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I'm looking for a KeePass application for use on Mac OSX.

KeePassX and KyPass 3 but both lack support for synchronization of KeePass 2 (.kdbx) databases.

  • KeePassX will just plain overwrite the database.
  • KyPass 3 will do you the courtesy of alerting you of a potential data loss before overwriting a database.
  • KeePass is a third option, but I have't not been able to get the application to work, let alone test synchronization.

What Mac OS X apps support synchronization of the kdbx database that stores credentials in this open source format?

  • I got a message from the KyPass developer, telling me that synchronization support is "in the pipe :)" – Emil Rasmussen Apr 23 '14 at 6:13
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MacPass is an open-source KeePass client for OS X that is able to sync KDBX files. I came across this looking for an answer to this question myself, finding no real satisfactory answers elsewhere.

  • It supports sync, but only for local files - there is no built-in support for FTP, SFTP, FTPS, SCP etc – Cocowalla May 30 at 8:10
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The problem is the .kdbx-file. The solution is to download and install KeePass Classic 1.27 on your Windows machine, which still saves the database file in the older .kdb format. This .kdb file can be cross-opened in both Keepass Classic and KeePassX on your Mac.

To make them synced across devices I would recommed using Dropbox in which you save your .kdb database file. Obviously this is not a real-time syncing application so you cannot have the apps open on all devices at the same time and see the changes. It is a save-close-sync procedure inbetween. However it works flawlessly this way.

Equally, now this dropbox-synced .kdb-file now works on iOS through the excellent little PassDrop app :-)

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