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What are the possible ways to copy your login/password data from Chrome to Keepass (2.14. if it matters) to an existing database (which probably already has some of those logins/passes).

The second thing, btw, you can disregard; I can always copy them from one database to another, I guess.

So, what would be the way to export from Chrome to Keepass?

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Use ChromePass to extract your passwords.

It is a portable application and does not require any installation. Before running ChromePass, close Google Chrome and run it and wait for 1-2 minutes. It will display all the user ids and passwords you have saved in Google Chrome. These files can be exported as txt and xml format. However in order to import this to KeePass select all the data in ChromePass and paste it in "Open Office" yes in "Open Office". The reason is Microsoft® Excel® by default does not enclose fields in quotes ("). It is recommended that you use OpenOffice Calc to create a correct CSV file or use the Generic CSV Importer of KeePass 2.x (import your CSV file into KeePass 2.x, then export the data to a KeePass 1.x KDB file), or fix the CSV file by manually adding the quotes using a text editor.

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Anyone else get a virus warning when downloading? – Steve Robbins Dec 15 '12 at 6:10
There's no source and no signature, /RUN ME IF YOU CAN/ – skrat Nov 15 '13 at 23:57

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