also added Touch ID key deletion when it's disabled
Free cross-platform password manager compatible with KeePass
This webapp is a browser and desktop password manager compatible with KeePass databases. It doesn't require any server or additional resources. The app can run either in browser, or as a desktop app.
The app is quite stable now. Basic stuff, as well as more advanced operations, should be rather reliable.
Everything you need to host this app on your server is any static file server. The app is a single HTML file + a service worker (optionally; for offline access). You can download the latest distribution files from gh-pages branch.
If you are using Docker:
- put your dh.pem, cert.pem, key.pem to /etc/nginx/external/
- run this script:
docker run --name keeweb -d -p 443:443 -p 80:80 -v $EXT_DIR:/etc/nginx/external/ antelle/keeweb
To make Dropbox work in your self-hosted app, go to this Wiki page.
The easiest way to clone all KeeWeb repos is:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/keeweb/keeweb/develop/dev-env.sh | bash -
The app can be built with grunt:
grunt (html files will be in
Desktop apps are built with
grunt desktop. This requires some magic and currently works only on CI,
you can find more details in the GitHub Actions workflow.
To run the desktop (electron) app without building an installer, build the app with
grunt and start it this way:
npm run dev npm run electron
For debug build:
npm run dev
To build desktop apps, use these goals, the result can be found in
npm run dev-desktop-macos npm run dev-desktop-windows npm run dev-desktop-linux
Other ways of contribution can be found on this page.
Important notes for pull requests
- please branch from
- don't edit translation files except base.json, they will be replaced
You can also sponsor the developer directly on GitHub.
Please note: donation does not imply any type of service contract.
Notable contributions to KeeWeb:
- Florian Reuschel (@Loilo): German translation
- Dennis Ploeger (@dploeger): auto-type improvements
- Hackmanit (hackmanit.de): penetration test
- Peter Bittner (@bittner): Wikipedia article