kdbx file on a server store and open.
kdbx the file (not dropbox, but to a private server) on a server store and open.
I use KeePass on many computers, only on my Android Use a missing url.
That would be worth a donation to me personally;-)
This feature would be REALLY useful and having a synchronized database on Android would be much more convenient.
I've been asking for the functionality to open a kdbx file via https for a long time. To me this functionality is much more important then being able to write kdbx files. Please let us know if you intend to ever provide this functionality.
Paul Bonham commented
I would donate money to help develop this.
My company policy will not allow access to could based drives.
I use the ftp/sftp updates on the windows applications and have to import this db to my phone weekly.
I host my KDBX files on an FTP server. It would be nice if your app could open them directly from the FTP URL like the desktop version does. (ftp://myurlhere.com/mykeepassdb.kdbx)
Same here! Well worth a donation.
Martin H. commented
I second all previous comments! I have similar situation and use Keepass all over the world on my business trips. Miss it in my Android machine a lot :'(
Heinrich Diebel commented
I store my keepass db file on my own server too. From all other machines Windows Linux I access the db by use of a SSL encrypted WebDAV session. Missing this with keepassdroid is bitter and prevents me from really using keypassdroid at the moment. I don't want different databases on different devices.
Ben Tyger commented
I have the same scenario. I use Linux machines, Windows machines, and an Android based phone with keepass. I have a workaround for this. I put the my keepass db file on Dropbox. For added security, I also encrypt my keepass DB file with a key. The key file never gets put on dropbox. I then put the key file on the trusted machines. This way if my dropbox account get hacked, my keepass DB is safe (excluding a database security bug).
I agree! The Windows version of Keepass supports the use of WebDAV to store a password database on a remote system (and supports the use of a SSL encrypted WebDAV session). Surely there are some existing open source webdav libraries you can use (i.e cadaver) to make your life easier.
please implement this!