keechallenge - Plugin for Keepass2 to add Yubikey challenge-response capability

Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Repository: openSUSE Mono all
Package name: keechallenge
Package version: 1.5
Package release: 1.108
Package architecture: noarch
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 70.32 KB
Download size: 34.05 KB
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This plugin leverages the open source yubikey libraries to implement the HMAC-SHA1 challenge-response functionality in Keepass2.



  • keechallenge = 1.5-1.108
  • mono(KeeChallenge) =


    Install Howto

    1. Add the openSUSE Mono repository:
      # zypper addrepo opensuse-mono
    2. Install keechallenge rpm package:
      # zypper install keechallenge


    • /usr/lib/keepass/KeeChallenge.dll
    • /usr/lib/keepass/KeeChallenge.dll.config
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/keechallenge/LICENSE
    • /usr/share/doc/packages/keechallenge/


    2016-05-19 - - Version 1.5 - Thanks to Robert Claypool for his numerous contributions to clean up and improve Keechallenge - Migrated to Github from Sourceforge. - Changed recovery mode to better support variable length challenges.

    2015-05-28 - - Version 1.4 - Added support for variable length challenges. To use it, a new composite master key must be created.

    2015-01-15 - v1.3 -Added OSX support. Thanks to Markku Roponen for figuring this out! -Updated Yubico libraries to v1.16.2 to support Yubikey Neo firmware 3.3.0 v1.2 -Bug fixes for dynamic 32/64 bit support -Added button for recovery mode and fixed a bug v1.1 -Changed release numbering scheme to major.minor -Added support for OpenURL function -Persisted slot choice -Provide support for 32 bit systems -Windows installs require XP SP1 or higher -Fixed null reference error on cancellation v1.0.2 -Added support for choosing Yubikey slot via Tools->KeeChallenge Settings. Default is slot 2 -Added plugin update checking -Don't start the 15 second countdown until the Yubikey is inserted v1.0.1 -Updated KeeEntry.cs and YubiWrapper.cs to properly initialize and clean up the native Yubico libraries