Add (.kdbx) to whitelist of file types #58

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opened 3 years ago by wolfkin · 2 comments
wolfkin commented 3 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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The .kdbx extension is used by KeePass to label their database files. Completely non malicious.

https://keepass.info/index.html

The `.kdbx` extension is used by KeePass to label their database files. Completely non malicious. https://keepass.info/index.html
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Feel free to add that to your own instance, tbh I dont think that filetype is banned on uguu.se.

However I wouldn’t recommend uploading things related to your password safe on a public file sharing service.

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The .kdbx extension is used by KeePass to label their database files. Completely non malicious.

https://keepass.info/index.html


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Feel free to add that to your own instance, tbh I dont think that filetype is banned on uguu.se. However I wouldn’t recommend uploading things related to your password safe on a public file sharing service. Skickat från min iPhone > 17 okt. 2019 kl. 22:57 skrev julian <notifications@github.com>: > >  > The .kdbx extension is used by KeePass to label their database files. Completely non malicious. > > https://keepass.info/index.html > > — > You are receiving this because you are subscribed to this thread. > Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or unsubscribe.
wolfkin commented 3 years ago (Migrated from github.com)
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I have other protections built into the DB but it seems whatever the issue is it's resolved now.

I have other protections built into the DB but it seems whatever the issue is it's resolved now.
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