I'm trying to integrate KeePass and Chrome/Chromium after installing ChromIPass when I try to connect to KeePass, It gives the following error:

ChromeIPass has been disconnected from KeePassHttp.
Association was unsuccessful
Press the reconnect button to establish a new connection.

How can I connect ChromeIPass with KeePass?

  • Does opening localhost:19455 in chrome show a page? Does your host file still have associated with localhost? Did you install security related software? – Rinzwind May 3 '12 at 9:12
  • Thanks for the reply Rinzwind. I am not a geek. I can follow simple user friendly instructions and installation. – abvyas May 3 '12 at 9:38
  • You need not be a geek to answer all 3. The 1st is opening a wegpage and the 3rd is a question about software you recently installed. Even the middle one is just a more /etc/hosts from commandline to check if it is has a line stating localhost in it. Nothing geek about it :+ – Rinzwind May 3 '12 at 9:43

Follow these steps for installing KeePass 2

Install KeePass:

Press Alt+Ctrl+T to start terminal and run following commands one by one.

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jtaylor/keepass
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install keepass2 mono-complete

Install KeePassHttp:

Go to this link and download "KeePassHttp.dll" and "Newtonsoft.Json.dll"


Press Alt+F2 and run gksu nautilus to open Nautilus as root.


Copy both files to: /usr/lib/keepass2

Install ChromeIPass:

Open Chrome/Chromium and install ChromeIPass


Open KeePass, and visit any login page in Chrome/Chromium i.e gmail.com.

Click the KeePass icon in the URL bar and click the "Connect" button.


You should see this dialog box


Enter any name for your browser here and save it. That's It.

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