KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms.
KeePass supports the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES, Rijndael) and the Twofish algorithm to encrypt its password databases. Both of these ciphers are regarded as being very secure. AES e.g. became effective as a U.S. Federal government standard and is approved by the National Security Agency (NSA) for top secret information.
A password database consists of only one file that can be transferred from one computer to another easily.
KeePass uses the common CSV export format of various passwords safes like Password Keeper and Password Agent. Exports from these programs can be easily imported to your Kee Pass databases. The password list can be exported to various formats like TXT, HTML, XML and CSV.
KeePass is portable: it can be carried on an USB stick and runs on Windows systems without being installed.
KeePass All Features:
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).
Changes in KeePass 2.37 Professional:
- When creating a new database, KeePass now offers to print a KeePass emergency sheet (which can then be filled out and stored in a secure location, where only the user and possibly a few other people that the user trusts have access to); an emergency sheet can also be created via ‘Tools’ -> ‘Database Tools’ -> ‘Print Emergency Sheet’.
- Added database file information dialog that is displayed when creating a new database.
- Added function to search similar password clusters (‘Edit’ -> ‘Show Entries’ -> ‘Find Similar Passwords (Clusters)’).
- On Unix-like systems: if the library ‘libgcrypt.so.20‘ is available, KeePass uses it for AES-KDF transformations.
- Enhanced PrepMonoDev.sh script to upgrade a DTD processing definition.
- Added workaround for .NET/Windows column header drawing bug when switching to TAN-only entry list mode.
- Added workaround for Mono tab switching bug.
- Added workaround for Mono ‘}‘ character RTF encoding bug.
- TrlUtil: added support for .NET 4.*.
- Improved dialog for changing the master key (key file and user account are now expert options, added more information and links to help page sections).
- KeePass now directly offers to save the database after changing the master key, and it asks whether to print a new emergency sheet.
- Various improvements in the translation selection dialog (the selected translation can now be activated by pressing Return, the list view now uses the Explorer style, …).
- KeePass now refuses to attach files that are larger than 512 MB (as larger files can result in serialization problems).
- Increased default number of AES-KDF rounds.
- On Unix-like systems, KeePass now uses the CSP implementation of the AES algorithm for encrypting data, which is a bit faster.
- Improved tool strip checkmark rendering on Unix-like systems.
- Updated links (to the website, help pages, etc.).
- The MSI file is now built using Visual Studio 2017.
- Various code optimizations.
- Minor other improvements.
Size: 3.07 MB