AutoFill Passwords in Safari on iPhone/iPad
If you are using iOS12 or later, you can use Strongbox as and AutoFill provider. This means when you are asked to enter a password or username, you will be presented with a button that allows you to open Strongbox and find your password from within whatever app you are using, be it Safari or anot...
AutoFill Passwords in Safari on Mac
With the release of MacOS Big Sur Apple now provides a fully integrated way to fill in your passwords on different sites and App, all inside that App or site. There’s no need to switch to your Password Manager and Copy/Paste. Strongbox (as of 1.14.0) now integrates with Apple’s Password AutoFill ...
Autofill Passwords in Chrome and Firefox on Mac
To AutoFill your passwords in Chrome and Firefox, simply install our official browser extension:
For Chrome (and many other Chromium based browsers)
Download the Strongbox Browser Extension/Add-On
On Mac (macOS)
There are browser plugins available for both Firefox and Chrome (and other Chromium based browsers) as well as native support in Safari.
Chrome (and Other Chromium Based Browsers)
You can find the Strongbox AutoFill plugin for Chrome on the Chrome Web Store here: https://chrome....
Can I Disable iCloud Keychain Without Disabling Strongbox?
Unfortunately at the moment Apple have not made it possible to disable Keychain without also disabling Strongbox's ability to use AutoFill in Safari.
One of our users has created a thread on Apple's support page about this issue. You can track and reply to it here: https://discussions.apple.com/...
Add Multiple URLs to an Entry
Adding multiple URLs to an entry means that autofill will across multiple different domains.
When editing an entry, there's only space for a single URL in the URL field. To add additional URLs:
1. Edit an entry
2. Create a new custom field
3. Name the "URL" followed by a number; for instance "UR...
AutoFill TOTP Codes
Once the username and password have been filled, Strongbox will automatically copy the TOTP to your device's clipboard. So you can just paste and go. Super easy!
The step-by-step instructions are:
Navigate to the website's login page in your browser
Select the entry you want to use from the dro...
Stop Autofill From Automatically Filling Fields
If you're using the Chrome or Firefox browser extension, you can change whether the extension automatically fills fields on websites or not.
To do this:
Unlock your Strongbox database
Go to your browser and open the Strongbox browser extension
Change the settings for:
Show Match ...
Make an Entry Appear at the Top of the List of Autofill Suggestions
When logging into a website for which you have multiple entries stored, AutoFill allows you to choose which log-in credentials you want to use. What if you frequently log into a site and you want a particular entry or entries to appear at the top of this list of credentials?
In order to do this,...
Remove Duplicate or Old Copies of Entries From Your Safari AutoFill Suggestions (QuickType)
This can happen if you use more than one AutoFill enabled database on iOS (or use Safari AutoFill on macOS). Due to a deficiency in the API provided by Apple we can only do one of the following when telling the AutoFill system about entries/suggestions:
Add an entry suggestion
Clear all entries
Does Strongbox work with Mullvad Browser?
Yes! It does, but at the moment you need to make a few tweaks. These will hopefully change in the future as Mullvad improves.
Install the Firefox Strongbox AutoFill extension in your Mullvad browser
Allow Strongbox to "Run in Private Windows" under Strongbox extension settings, from the Manage E...