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KeePass

KeePass is a light-weight and easy-to-use password manager that removes the need for you to remember many different passwords and makes it more feasible to use different passwords for each account. It manages your passwords in a secure database encrypted with AES and Twofish, which is locked with one master key or a key file.

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  •  22 Jul 2013 21:53

    Release Notes: This is a stable release. It is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.23. This release mainly features a new password quality estimation algorithm, user interface enhancements (new toolbar buttons, context menu commands, etc.), and various other minor new features and improvements.

    •  20 Feb 2013 00:37

      Release Notes: This is a stable release. It is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.21. KeePass 2.21 mainly features auto-type enhancements, support for more character encodings in various areas, many user interface improvements, and various other minor new features and improvements. If you are using KeePass together with a port of KeePass and the port has problems with opening database files saved by KeePass 2.21, please read the page KeePass 1.24 and 2.20 Header Authentication.

      •  09 Oct 2012 19:36

        Release Notes: KeePass 2.20.1 is a stable maintenance release. It is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.20.1.

        •  09 Sep 2012 21:06

          Release Notes: This is a stable release. It is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.20. KeePass 2.20 mainly features a KDBX file security enhancement, usability and integration improvements, and various other minor new features and improvements.

          •  22 Aug 2011 00:44

            Release Notes: When searching for a string containing a whitespace character, KeePass now splits the terms and reports all entries containing all of the terms (e.g. when you search for "Forum KeePass" without the quotes, all entries containing both "Forum" and "KeePass" are reported). The order of the terms is arbitrary; if you want to search for a term containing whitespace, enclose the term in quotes.

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