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Firefox addon for kwallet

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Firefox addon for kwallet
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7396
Submitted:  Dec 11 2009
Updated:  Jan 13 2014

Description:

Firefox stores its passwords internaly, optionally protected by a master password. KDE has its own password manager called KWallet. KWallet stores every password in the KDE system, and protects access by a master password. With this extension you are able to use KWallet instead of the default Firefox password manager. It allows tighter integration of Firefox inside KDE.

It seems that the crashes experienced by the users are related to the new Javascript JIT Compiler Called ION Baseline. Disabling it seems to solve the problem. You can disable it by setting javascript.options.baselinejit.* in about:config to false




Changelog:

Version 2.2:

* Change in API, added isLoggedIn()

Version 2.1:

* Corrected a memory leak
* Use nsIPrefBranch instead of nsIPrefBranch2
* Correct problem saving UTF8 passwords

Version 2.0:

* New API, based on js-ctypes
* Select wallet folder based on App name, thanks to Mociej Sitarz




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 Agradecimento

 
 by mxjoao on: Feb 6 2012
 
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Obrigado pela tradução Tulio !


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 Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 19 2013
 
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Hi Gmolina.
I'm a long time user of your KWallet Firefox plugin on KDE. It's a very usefull piece of software, thank you for making that possible.
With Firefox 26 the plugin seems to be broken. When starting Firefox with activated Kwallet plugin, Firefox crashes right after starting with Signal Segmentation Fault (11). Even with a clean KDE user profile, when activating KWallet plugin, Firefox still crashes. When I disable the plugin, everthing works fine.
Is there s.th special with Firefox 26 or do you plan to release an updated plugin? I'm using openSUSE 13.1/KDE 4.11+4.12/Kwallet plugin v2.1.
Thank you, bb.


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 Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 19 2013
 
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After reinstalling Firefox 26 from the OBS repos and cleaning the cache files again, it seems to work now. No more segmentation faults anymore.
So the Kwallet plugin has no problems with Firefox 26. I have to say sorry for the wrong alarm.


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 Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by rafl on: Dec 20 2013
 
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It's strange that the problem got solved for you. The Kwallet plugin started crashing here (2 different machines, OpenSUSE 13.1 and Tumbleweed) when Firefox got upgraded to v26. All my fiddling (installing the OBS version, clearing cache and cookies, starting with an empty .mozilla folder) has so far amounted to nothing. It's 100% reproducible here, but I don't know where to send the traceback. Is the developer still on board?


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 Re: Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 20 2013
 
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No, my seg faults with Firefox 26 are back again. A fresh Firefox setup (clean profile, no add ons) works fine. Then I added some add-ons one by one. The KWallet plugin makes no problems at the first view. Then I added some other addons, which I have been using for a long time. Today Firefox is crashing again but I don't really know, which of my installed add-ons is the reason for the seg faults. I will go on testing with a fresh setup and only with the KWallet add-on for a while.


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 Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by rafl on: Dec 20 2013
 
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In any case, it seems to me that the most useful piece of information about the crashes is the following (when starting firefox via the command line):

'FirefoxKwalletPlugin(3994)/kdevplatform: Memory buffer and count differ'


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 Re: Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plugin

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 20 2013
 
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Oh, I didn't tried that. Will see if I can reproduce.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet plu

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 21 2013
 
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With a clean Firefox setup (no AddOns, clean profile, clean cache) Firefox 26 doesn't crash on my opensUSE 13.1. After adding KWallet plugin to Firefox 26 it started crashing again with segmentation fault (ony KWallet plugin, no other ones). So KWallet 2.1 plugin seems to be buggy with Firefox 26.
For now I have to remove the plugin. Hope to get an update soon :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Firefox 26 crahes with KWallet

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 22 2013
 
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Application: Firefox KWallet Plugin (firefox), signal: Segmentation fault
Using host libthread_db library "/lib64/libthread_db.so.1".
[Current thread is 1 (Thread 0x7fe219a55740 (LWP 4046))]
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Thread 1 (Thread 0x7fe219a55740 (LWP 4046)):
[KCrash Handler]
#5 0x00007fe216dd1d93 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/firefox/libxul.so
#6 0x00007fe216e8ec96 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/firefox/libxul.so
#7 0x00007fe1ff24625c in ?? ()
#8 0x00007fe1e4f2a500 in ?? ()
#9 0x00007fff743ade98 in ?? ()
#10 0x00007fe1fd613128 in ?? ()
#11 0x00007fe2181bc480 in ?? () from /usr/lib64/firefox/libxul.so
#12 0x00007fe1e6413d00 in ?? ()
#13 0x00007fe1fc2e26b0 in ?? ()
#14 0x0000000000000601 in ?? ()
#15 0x0000000000000028 in ?? ()
#16 0x00007fff743adf10 in ?? ()
#17 0x00007fff743ae200 in ?? ()
#18 0x00007fe1e734f8b0 in ?? ()
#19 0x0000000000000050 in ?? ()
#20 0x0000000000000000 in ?? ()


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 I will try to reproduce the problem

 
 by gmolina on: Dec 23 2013
 
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I don't use firefox any more, but I will try to make the plugin work again


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 Re: I will try to reproduce the problem

 
 by gmolina on: Dec 23 2013
 
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Try version 2.2


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 Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the problem

 
 by borisdigital on: Dec 24 2013
 
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Thank you for your time and work!
Happy X-Mas!


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 Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the problem

 
 by borisdigital on: Dec 26 2013
 
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Hm, looks like it's still crashing FF26 from time to time ;(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the proble

 
 by gmolina on: Dec 27 2013
 
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Can you give me kdebug output and/or firefox console output?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the pr

 
 by borisdigital on: Dec 27 2013
 
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I uploaded the output files here
-> http://boris64.net/files/linux/kwallet-addon/


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce th

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 1 2014
 
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I am sorry, but with these logs don't give me much, the crash seems to be pointing at some weerd "epoll_wait: Bad file descriptor" error, there is no single line refering to the plugin's library (libkdewallet_x86.so or libkdewallet_x86_64.so). I use Ubuntu 13.10 32b/64b to compile, and it doesn't seem to crash here, but as I said before I use firefox just for testing the plugin, I don't use it all the time and with many other extensions. I will try to compare my plugin to others, in order to see if there are api errors, but there are not many others xul-kde-qt pluggins out there.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce th

 
 by rafl on: Jan 5 2014
 
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I can also confirm FF26 is still crashing.

And even with all debug symbols installed here the crash handler still says the info collected is not useful.

I've also started firefox with an empty profile and added only this add-on, but it still crashes (for example, in the Humble Store page -- but not in the main Humble Bundle or Weekly Bundle pages). If you want me to run tests, just ask.

And many thanks for the plugin. Really quite handy.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the proble

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 28 2013
 
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Confirmed, still crashing with FF 26....


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the pr

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 13 2014
 
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It seems that the crashes experienced by the users are related to the new Javascript JIT Compiler Called ION Baseline. Disabling it seems to solve the problem. You can disable it by setting javascript.options.baselinejit.* in about:config to false


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce th

 
 by rafl on: Jan 13 2014
 
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Many thanks, this workaround works for me.

Any chance that you'll release a new version compatible with this ION baseline?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce the pr

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 14 2014
 
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I think is more a bug in the JIT compiler than a compatibility issue. I've tracked the segfault to that module of firefox using its debug info, in order to see what is causing it to segfault I would need far more knowledge of its internals than the knwoledge I have. Sorry about that.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: I will try to reproduce th

 
 by rwman on: Jan 16 2014
 
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actually you can just turn off ion by setting javascript.options.ion.content to "false". This fixes crashes for me.

unrealted trick i discovered: setting javascript.options.ion.chrome to "true" seems to speedup all the browser interface responsiveness! (and it does not cause any crashes for me)



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 Light version of KDE Wallet password integration

 
 by Murz on: Jan 27 2014
 
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Hello gmolina!

Thanks for useful extension! But current version still have issues with password sync (not all passwords are synced).
Seems that this is not easy to solve, so maybe you can do a light version of KDE Wallet password integration extension, that stores in KWallet only master password from Firefox password storage?

This is the way how work Chrome with KWallet - it store only key in kwallet and encrypt the data with it.

Can you tell me, is it techincally possible to get master key password from KWallet and unlock automatically firefox password storage?


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 Re: Light version of KDE Wallet password integrati

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 28 2014
 
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The master firefox is part of the firefox's subsystem, if you add your own subsystem you have to implement it by yourself, Chrome DO save its passwords in kwallet. It's not necessary to crypt them, all other programs don't do that.


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 Re: Re: Light version of KDE Wallet password integ

 
 by Murz on: Jan 28 2014
 
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Oh, sorry, yes - Chrome save passwords in Kwallet via Binary Data for each site, and this works out-of-the-box.

If auto-fill master password from KDE Wallet is not possible in firefox - it's bad, so one way is like in current extension.


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 Firefox KDE Wallet extension and Sync passwords

 
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When I use Firefox KDE Wallet extension, i see that passwords sync is works (I can't tell that it not work at all), but in result I often see, that not all passwords are synced:
Very often when I store new password in work computer, it missed in home computer, and vice versa.

Is any other extension users see this problem too, or this problem is only on my configuration?

If yes, maybe you find direct situations in which sync is not working?


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 Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extension and Sync password

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 28 2014
 
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I also noticed sync problems. The passwords storage and the sync subsystems are separate and independent. The storage subsystem is asked to read its passwords (when synchronizing to the net) and compare/write passwords (when synchronizing from the net). There is no problems there (at least the logs say so), my guess is that the sync subsystem is buggy.


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 Re: Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extension and Sync pass

 
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If sync subsystem is buggy, why it works so stable with integrated password storage?

Maybe the problem is with detecting last changes in sync process?

I see that KWallet didn't show last update timestamp for passwords, and maybe it is not stored.

So maybe when Sync function try to understand which passwords are changed and need to be synced, it receives empty list. And if new item is created, it is synced with separate process "new record". In result wie got new records synced normally, byt old+updated records - not synced.

This is only my guess, but maybe problem is somewhere near :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extension and Sync

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 28 2014
 
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Ok, lets try that


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extension and S

 
 by gmolina on: Jan 29 2014
 
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WARNING: BACKUP KWALLET FIRST!!!!!!!!
and try: http://www.guillermomolina.com.ar/archivos/category/1-firefox-kwallet-extension?download=27:firefox-kwallet-extension-version-2-3-beta&start=20

It saves timestamps, but I can not be sure if it solves the problem.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extension a

 
 by borisdigital on: Feb 14 2014
 
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Seems to work for me. At least no crashes yet for about a week


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Firefox KDE Wallet extensi

 
 by gmolina on: Feb 16 2014
 
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Ok, but what about the sync problem? the crashes are still being produced by the ion jit compiler



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 FF 27 kwallett crash pb still there

 
 by promeneur on: Feb 9 2014
 
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i made experiment

i set to "true"
javascript.options.baselinejit.*
then
ff 27 crashed

pb still there with FF 27


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