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Installation[edit]

Recommended to be installed inside an offline VM (vault). [1] When you want to keepassxc as replacement for Google Authenticator (actually TTOP, Time based One Time Password) Two Factor Authentication (2FA)) then a Debian based VM is more suitable than a Whonix-Workstation ™ based VM. [2]

Packages yubikey-personalization yubikey-personalization-gui are YubiKey related. Users not using YubiKey can skip installation of these packages and install keepassxc only.

Install keepassxc yubikey-personalization yubikey-personalization-gui.

1. Update the package lists.

sudo apt-get update

2. Upgrade the system.

sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

3. Install the keepassxc yubikey-personalization yubikey-personalization-gui package.

Using apt-get command line parameter --no-install-recommends is in most cases optional.

sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends keepassxc yubikey-personalization yubikey-personalization-gui

The procedure of installing keepassxc yubikey-personalization yubikey-personalization-gui is complete.

[3]

Autostart[edit]

Optional. If you like to autostart keepassxc.

Create folder ~/.config/autostart/.

mkdir -p  ~/.config/autostart/

Open ~/.config/autostart/keepassxc.desktop in an editor as a regular, non-root user.

If you are using a graphical environment, run.

mousepad ~/.config/autostart/keepassxc.desktop

If you are using a terminal, run.

nano ~/.config/autostart/keepassxc.desktop

Paste the following content.

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Name=keepassxc
Exec=keepassxc

Save.

The process is now complete.

Usage[edit]

To start.

keepassxc

First run question: either answer is ok.

Create a new database.

Default file name Passwords.kdbx is ok.

If you are using Full Disk Encryption you might want to use a very easy password. Up to you.

Left click one time on root

Then go to menu → entries → Add new entry → any name name as test → ok

right click on test → time based on time password → set up TOTP → Default → paste 2FA code → ok

right click on test again → time based on time password → show TOTP

Time Fix[edit]

2FA TTOP code changes every 30 seconds. So clock needs to be reasonable correct.

Troubleshoting only. If code does not match.

Set timezone to UTC for simplicity.

sudo cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/Etc/UTC /etc/localtime

Go to https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/timezone/utc [archive] or any other similar source to find out the time in UTC.

Fix the click. Change the date and time accordingly!

sudo date -s "26 SEPT 2018 11:54:25"

Check if the clock is correct now.

date

Getting the Browser Extension To Work[edit]

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Install the browser addon from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/keepassxc-browser/ [archive]

(OPTIONAL) Install a more recent version of keepassxc (See https://backports.debian.org/Instructions/ [archive])

Create the following symlink to get the proxy to work:

cd ~/.tb/tor-browser/Browser/TorBrowser/Data/Browser/.mozilla

ln -s /home/user/.mozilla/native-messaging-hosts native-messaging-hosts

Notes: If the .mozilla folder does not exist, create it.

Also take a look at https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc-browser/wiki/Troubleshooting-guide [archive]

Footnotes[edit]

    • In Qubes, apt-get package installation could be done in TemplateVM.
    • In Qubes, download and verification could be done in a temporary TemplateBased AppVM, ideally Qubes/DisposableVM. Then move to offline vault VM.
    • In Non-Qubes-Whonix ™: install first, then disconnect internet and never re-enable internet access. TODO document
  1. Because accurate time required for TTOP and due to Boot Clock Randomization and sdwdate anonymizing time.
  2. https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/passifox/ [archive]


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