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Firefox addon for kwallet KDE4


KDE Improvement

Score 90%
Firefox addon for kwallet KDE4

Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  8549
Submitted:  Dec 11 2009
Updated:  Oct 17 2014


Firefox stores its passwords internally, optionally protected by a master password. KDE has its own password manager called KWallet. KWallet stores every password in the KDE system, and protects access by a master password. With this extension you are able to use KWallet instead of the default Firefox password manager. It allows tighter integration of Firefox inside KDE.

IMPORTANT: This version works ONLY with KDE4, for the KDE5 version use: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=173994

It seems that the crashes experienced by the users are related to the new Javascript JIT Compiler Called ION Baseline. Disabling it seems to solve the problem. You can disable it by setting javascript.options.baselinejit.* in about:config to false


Version 2.4:

* Fixed LDAP password managaement, thanks to Aliaksandr Stelmachonak
* Fixed FF32 crashes due to changes in Add-on Manager, thanks helper987654321 on kde-look.org
* Implemented modify instead of remove/add

Version 2.3:

* Added timestamp support (Fix sync bug?)
* Added entries for timestamp in kwallet
* Added storage version numbering (for upgrades)
* Fixed crash bug, thanks to nemo from Bugzilla@Mozilla

Version 2.2:

* Change in API, added isLoggedIn()

Version 2.1:

* Corrected a memory leak
* Use nsIPrefBranch instead of nsIPrefBranch2
* Correct problem saving UTF8 passwords

Version 2.0:

* New API, based on js-ctypes
* Select wallet folder based on App name, thanks to Mociej Sitarz

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 i sent a report to mozilla

 by promeneur on: Feb 9 2014
Score 63%

is sent a report to mozilla on 2014-01-17

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 Re: i sent a report to mozilla

 by mreeves87 on: Jun 21 2014
Score 50%

Just installed 2.3 on firefox 30 all it did for me was make it imposible to tell why Firefox was refusing to start if I didn't know all ready. For some reason the firefox crash reporter is turned off in kubuntu. So I now get no report and no way to send one to anyone. setting javascript.options.baselinejit=false works around it. 2.2 gives me a stack trace indicating a crash in baseline.

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 .options.baselinejit.* or .options.ion.content?

 by janet on: Feb 13 2014
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Which one is the better option?

To set javascript.options.baselinejit.* in about:config to false

or to set

javascript.options.ion.content to false?

Both seem to work...

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 Firefox event for password added/updated signal

 by Murz on: May 5 2014
Score 50%

Seems that problem with broken passwords sync is in missed event/signal after adding/updating password to storage, this is detaily described in comment http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=116886&forumpage=4#c464368

Can anybody investigate the problem and find event that must be sent to Firefox after password is added/updated?

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 Current version crashes with firefox 29.0.1

 by torotil on: Jun 10 2014
Score 70%

I've just updated my debian testing installation and since that my firefox crashes randomly with the kwallet addon enabled. It doesn't crash when I disable the addon.

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 Re: Current version crashes with firefox 29.0.1

 by demon68 on: Jun 14 2014
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I get the same error since the Firefox update.

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 please contribute

 by promeneur on: Jun 23 2014
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please everybody

contribute to this report



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 Issue with ldap password saving

 by ava1ar on: Jul 1 2014
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Thanks for the great extension - I am using it along with Thunderbird (v24.6.0 on Arch Linux).
Saving password to wallet works fine for me for imap and smtp, but I am experiencing issue with ldap credentials (I am using ldap to access corporate address book on Exchange server). When I am performing look-up in address book, Thunderbird asks for a password, and saves it after entering to the kwallet. But after I reopen Thunderbird, it keeps asking me for a password, even if it exists in the wallet (and visible through Thunderbird passwords window). If I disable kwallet integration, password saving works find and I am not getting re-prompts after saving the password for a first time.
I believe the issue is related to a specifics of ldap entry - it doesn't contain username - only password, so the entry in wallet looks like this:


but all other are starting with user name. So, if you have an idea why it is not working, please let me know - I will help with troubleshooting this issue. Thanks in advance! Let me know if you need more details.

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 Re: Issue with ldap password saving

 by ava1ar on: Jul 3 2014
Score 50%

Answering my own question :) After some investigation I found reason of my issue: in case of empty username, addon sends to thunderbird null as a username, while thunderbird expecting empty string. Here is simple patch that solves the problem: http://pastebin.com/t6eYhd7W
Would be great if you include this in upstream.

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 Re: Re: Issue with ldap password saving

 by gmolina on: Jul 4 2014
Score 63%

Thank you very much, I've added the change to (future) version 2.4

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 Re: Re: Re: Issue with ldap password saving

 by ava1ar on: Jul 4 2014
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U r welcome! Thank you for the great extension!

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