Save time with easy one double-click form filling.
KeeForm is a popular extension for KeePass that can launch web sites, scan for user name and password fields, and fill in that information for you automatically.
In KeePass you can double-click the URL of an entry to launch a web site. Once you are there, clicking on an input field and firing off an AutoType sequence with a keyboard shortcut helps you fill in your username and password.
Wouldn't it be easier, though, if KeePass automatically filled in that information for you? This is exactly what KeeForm does. It automates the login process for you.
Here is a typical KeePass / KeeForm workflow
- user starts KeePass
- and double-clicks on the URL of a KeePass entry
- KeePass then passes the URL, username, and password to KeeForm
- KeeForm opens a new browser tab with the URL
- fills in the username and password field
- and optionally tries to submit the form
KeeForm is stateless, it doesn't remember any information about the logins you visit (that means you don't have to manage/backup any form data). Instead it uses a simple but 97% effective algorithm that finds login input fields and fills them. This approach only works on login pages that use the classical username and password combo. So multiple page logins or logins with more than two fields are not supported.
KeeForm never has access to your KeePass data. KeeForm is just a small application that "waits for a message" from KeePass (usually your username/password combo) and communicates with Firefox to orchestrate the login process. So you can rest assured your other secret passwords do not leak accidentally.
KeeForm development started 2005 in the AutoIt forum where it had been downloaded more than 411739 times.