KeePass Password Safe 2.45

  • Last update: 9 May 2020
  • License: Freeware
  • Size: 3.08MB
  • Downloads: 51878

KeePass Password Safe – In today’s world, one average computer user should keep in mind all sorts of passwords - for Windows, email, facebook, twitter, forums, online banking, etc.

Sometimes you forgot it when you most need it. This is why a password manager might be useful.

It stores securely every password you are using and you should only keep in mind a master-password to unlock the program.

Your passwords are kept in a secure database using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish). You can automatically fill password fields with drag-n-drop or using a global hotkey. You can organize and sort your passwords and even put them in groups.

If you think your passwords are too easy for hackers, KeePass has an option to randomly generate strong passwords for you. KeePass is open source and portable and very easy to use.

What's New in KeePass Password Safe 2.45:

- Auto-Type: improved compatibility with VMware Horizon Client and Kaseya Live Connect.
- Enhanced detection of Microsoft Edge.
- The 'Open with ...' commands in the 'URL(s)' menu are sorted now.
- Improved performance of the entry templates menu; removed limitation to 30 templates.
- Database descriptions are now displayed in file tab tooltips.
- When editing an attachment directly from the main window, a history entry is created now.
- UUIDs in the group and entry editing dialogs are now displayed both in hexadecimal and base 64 form.
- Improved Bitwarden import module to support JSON files without groups.
- If the trigger system is disabled using an enforced configuration file, most controls in the triggers dialog are disabled now, too.
- Plugins: an I/O access event is now raised when checking the existence of a local database file.
- In texts that are about to be displayed in a rich text box, U+FFFC characters are now replaced by question marks (in order to avoid the text being cut off at this point).
- When running on Mono 5.10 or higher, a monospaced font is used in password text boxes by default again, as the Mono bug 5795 has been fixed.
- Various code optimizations.
- Minor other improvements.
- See full changelog here.

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