I got a weird spam/ransom email claiming that I've been compromised by the leak of a password that I definitely recognize as one that I have used (it is an 8 character random string, so they didn't just guess correctly).
The actual ransom note is not that compelling -- "I have used your password,
abc123 to hack your computer and now I have all your dirty photos which I will publish if you do not transfer US $819 into my bitcoin wallet immediately. I will also tell everyone about the piquant (you know what I mean) sites you have been visiting." -- but I'd like to double check that I'm not still using the password anywhere.
It has been a few years since I finally switched over to a password manager -- first KeePass, now KeePassXC -- and started using long, unique passwords and I'm reasonably confident this particular password is not still in use, but I'd like to be sure.
It looks like KeePass included a way to search for a password: Search KeePass for Password but I don't see anything comparable in KeePassXC.
I could export the whole password database to a csv but that seems excessive and potentially dangerous. Can I search my KeePassXC database for a particular password?