This plugin stores passwords and other sensitive information encrypted behind a master password. You can assign a title, an name (or username) and a password to each entry.
If you forget the master password, the data is permanently lost (unless you break the encryption with a tool external to Rockbox. Don't ask for help on doing this.). You can use the keybox again by reseting it (see "Resetting keybox" section), which will delete all the data and ask you to input a new master password.
Additional information about the encryption algorithm:
Usage of keybox
The plugin can be found under
menu. After you launch
, you will see a menu with four options:
If this is the first time you're using the keybox, selecting Enter Keybox will bring a text input screen where you can enter the new master password. If it is not the first time you're using the plugin, then this option will prompt you to type the master password that has been previously set.
In case you forgot the master password, or someone used the plugin before (and doesn't want to use it again anymore, obviously), see "Resetting keybox" for information on how to reset the keybox to its defaults.
Preparing the Keybox for use for the first time
on the menu. A text input screen where you should input the new master password will appear. Input the password and accept the text entry; it will ask to confirm the new password.
When you're done, you will see an empty screen. Head over to "Adding an entry" section to start adding entries.
Adding an entry
To start adding entries, press and hold the action key for your player (usually Select). A menu will appear; select
Enter the title for the entry. This title will be shown on the list of entries of the keybox. Next, it asks for the "name". This name can be whatever you want to display along with the password when you select the entry on the entries list. The most obvious use of this field is to hold the username for your login combination ;). Finally, enter the password. It will be shown along with the "name" when you select the "title" of your entry on the list.
You will now see one more option on the entry list screen (the one that was blank before you added any entry). You can repeat these steps for each entry you want to add.
Viewing an entry
On the list of entries, select the entry you want to see. A splash will show the "name" for the entry and, after a space, the "password". The splash will disappear after you press a key (or move your finger on the clickwheel if your player has one).
Editing an entry
On the list of entries, move the selector to the entry you want to edit. Press and hold the Select key. A menu will appear.
if you want to edit the title of the entry. After you accept the text input, the entry will be saved and you will return to the list.
Edit user name
if you want to edit the "name" of the entry. After you accept the text input, the entry will be saved and you will return to the list.
if you want to edit the "password" of the entry. After you accept the text input, the entry will be saved and you will return to the list.
Deleting an entry
On the list of entries, move the selector to the entry you want to delete. Press and hold the Select key. A menu will appear.
to delete the entry without confirmation. You will return to the entry list, notice that the entry you deleted isn't there anymore.
Resetting the Keybox
Reset the keybox if you forgot the master password and want to use the Keybox again, or want to delete all the entries.
To reset the Keybox, launch the plugin. Select
on the menu. After a confirmation prompt, the keybox will be reset (unless you cancel the operation at the prompt).
The Keybox is now as new. Follow the instructions on "Usage of keybox - Preparing the Keybox for use for the first time" to use Keybox again.
: Stores passwords and other sensitive data [Recorder
, iPod 1G2G
, iPod 4G
, iPod Color
, iPod Mini
, iPod Nano
, iPod Video
, iAudio M5
, iAudio X5
, Sansa e200
, Sansa c200
, Sansa Fuze
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