How can I print my passwords?

Scholar

How can I print my passwords?

I exported them to a file. It has the type of fsk. I don't know how to open it?

Is there another way to print passwords?

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Superuser

Re: How can I print my passwords?

Hello,

 

Sorry for my reply. I am only an F-Secure user.

 

Did you mean psychical print? There was a discussion about subject with related sound:


In general, you can to open ".fsk" file via any text editor (like Notepad).

For example, to open "Notepad" (any text-file) and drag and drop '.fsk' file into text area. Exported file should be opened on Notepad.

Or via choosing how to open ".fsk" (need to use any text editor. Notepad is good enough).

 

"fsk" file is likely JSON-formatted plain text.

But view is not so 'sensible' for common use as printed list.

{"data":{"hash_of_added_entry":{"rev":4,"service":"SERVICE","url":"URL","username":"USERNAME","password":"PASSWORD","notes":"NOTES","color":"#00CCFF","style":"iddata","type":1,"passwordList":[]},......_another_entries_.....}}

at least, it was like that.

 

Thanks!

Scholar

Re: How can I print my passwords?

Opening .fsk file with notepad is NOT readable.
Superuser

Re: How can I print my passwords?


@jeffreyk wrote:
Opening .fsk file with notepad is NOT readable.

Probably, yes.

You mean that data with view like under my previous reply?

{"data":{"hash_of_added_entry":{"rev":4,"service":"SERVICE","url":"URL","username":"USERNAME","password":"PASSWORD","notes":"NOTES","color":"#00CCFF","style":"iddata","type":1,"passwordList":[]},......_another_entries_.....}}

like this^ ? 

 

Looks like a JSON (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON) format type. In general, it is possible to beautify this by some tools or somehow else - but I am not sure if there is a reliable option to do so.

For example,

{
  "data": {
    "hash_of_added_entry": {
      "rev": 4,
      "service": "SERVICE",
      "url": "URL",
      "username": "USERNAME",
      "password": "PASSWORD",
      "notes": "NOTES",
      "color": "#00CCFF",
      "style": "iddata",
      "type": 1,
      "passwordList": []
    }
  }
}

I am not sure if there is any default software or tool on Windows for that (to show 'json'-based formatted file with more beauty view).

 

@jeffreyk wrote:
Opening .fsk file with notepad is NOT readable.

Or "is NOT readable" is about another point?

 

// added: actually, exported file is for further "import" (and kind of backup).