QPasswordKeeper is an application for the Android platform. It stores a list of passwords in an encrypted list. The list is encrypted using the AES standard with a key length of 128 Bit. The list is stored in the application internal memory.
Aim of the application is to provide quick and easy access to a list of password. The list is accessed through a single master password.
The password screen lists all passwords.
Each entry has the following parameters:
A long click on the password list opens the context menu. The list may
be sorted by the password parameters.
The password screen has two modes. If "Show passwords" is enabled the passwords are shown for each entry. If disabled a password hint is shown if available. The password is only revealed when pressing the magnifier icon.
The following functions from the options menu are identical in both modes of operation.
Press the menu button for the following options:
4) Change PW:
The search screen is the same as the password screen with the following exceptions:
1) There is an additional search text field used to filter the password list. Only those password entries are shown that contain text that matches the text in the search text field.
2) The option dialog (menu button) and the context dialog (long press) is not available. Change to the password screen in order to access the option.
The edit screen allows all password parameters to be changed.
Select one of the predefined categories by either entering the number of the category in the top left text field or by selecting the corresponding icon.
Generate a new password by pressing the "new" button next to
Change the text by touching a text field and change the
The settings screen allows the following adjustments:
1) Case sensitive sort
2) Case sensitive search
3) Warn on delete
4) Show passwords
5) Allow password copy
6) Password settings
The Syncronise screen allows the encrypted passwords to be stored and loaded externally.
There are three options available:
1) Send an email to your email address
containing the encrypted password list. Do so by entering your email
address in the top most text field. Then press the "Send email"
button. Depending on your phone setup you can choose the email
client to be used.
The file name is: /mnt/sdcard/download/QKeeperDoc.pbk
Pressing the "Load from external storage" button loads the above file,
tries to decrypt it with the current password and if sucessfull, replaces
the current passwords with the passwords within this
The file on the SD Card can be copied onto a desktop client using tools such as Kies.
Both the data transfer via email or the storage on the SD Card provide means to move the encrypted list of passwords to an externally accessible medium.
QKeeperDump is a Java console application that decrypts the password
list and dumps it to the screen.
Start the QKeeperDump from the command line using the instruction below. The ">" is the command prompt and not part of the instruction.
>java -jar QKeeperDump.jar
Usage: QKeeperMain <Input Filename> <Password>
<Input Filename> is the name of the file containing the encrypted
password. This is the data that is exported via email
or by exporting the data to the external
<Password> is the password that was used to enrypt the data on the phone.
Attention: The tool dumps a list of the passwords in clear text.
QKeeperEditGui is a graphical viewer for the encrypted data. Also a Java application. The application does not need to be installed. Store anywhere on the computer and launch QKeeperEditGui via the command line:
>java -jar QKeeperEditGui.jar
You may also add the line above in a batch file so that is becomes accessible via single click from windows. Within the batch file make sure to cd to the folder the application is stored prior to starting it.
Select the file name using the eclipse button, the open button or select File->Open from the application menu. When prompted for the password enter the master password also used in the Android app.
The list of password is filtered by the text entered in the filter toolbar edit field. The filter is applied to all attributes in the list.
The URL is a hyperlink that follows to the URL when clicked.
Note: The application title is deceptive as it only allows viewing the passwords. Editing may be supported in later versions.
Attention: The tool displays the list of the passwords in clear text.
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