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News KeePass Password Safe 2.1.1

KeePass is a free open source password manager which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way.

New Features:
  • Added entry tags (you can assign tags to entries in the entry editing window or by using the 'Selected Entries' context menu; to list all entries having a specific tag, choose the tag either in the 'Edit' main menu or in the 'Show Entries' toolbar drop-down button).
  • Completely new entry list column engine; the columns are dynamic now, custom entry strings can be shown in the list, to configure go 'View' -> 'Configure Columns...'; the column engine is also extensible now, i.e. plugins can provide new columns.
  • Added 'Size' entry list column (shows the approximate memory required for the entry).
  • Added 'History (Count)' entry list column (double-clicking a cell of this column opens the entry editing window and automatically switches to the 'History' tab).
  • Added 'Expiry Time (Date Only)' entry list column.
  • Added options to specify the number of days until the master key of a database is recommended to and/or must be changed.
  • Added support for exporting selected entries to KDB.
  • Added 'FileSaveAsDirectory' configuration key to specify the default directory for 'Save As' database file dialogs.
  • Double-clicking a history entry in the entry editing dialog now opens/views the entry.
  • It's now possible to tab from menus and toolbars to dialog controls.
  • Added option to turn off hiding in-memory protected custom strings using asterisks in the entry view.
  • Added workaround for FTP servers sending a 550 error after opening and closing a file without downloading data.
  • Added 'Unhide Passwords' application policy flag.
  • Password Depot importer: some icons are converted now.
  • {GOOGLECHROME} placeholder: updated detection code to also support the latest versions of Chrome.
  • The main window now uses the shell font by default.
  • On Windows Vista and higher, Explorer-themed tree and list views are now used in the main window.
  • On Windows 7 and higher, the main window peek preview is now disabled when the KeePass workspace is locked.
  • Installer: added option to optimize the on-demand start-up performance of KeePass.
  • TrlUtil: added 3 dots string validation.
Improvements / Changes:
  • Improved entry list item selection performance (defer UI state update on selection change burst).
  • Improved special key code conversion in KDB importer.
  • Icon picker dialog now has a 'Close' button.
  • When sorting is enabled, the entry list view now doesn't get destroyed anymore when trying to move entries.
  • Main window is now brought to the foreground when untraying.
  • Removed grid lines option.
  • Reduced size of MSI file.
  • Various performance improvements.
  • Various code optimizations.
  • Minor other improvements.
Bugfixes:
  • No file path is requested anymore when double-clicking an import source that doesn't require a file.
:source: Source and download: KeePass.info
 
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#2
I used to love KeePass.. still a very solid program. Of late, I've found myself using LastPass more often now though..

Although KeePass over dropbox is a very good combination as well..
 
#3
I was just going to post here about LastPass fitz.

I used KeePass for years, and loved it. But for the last 9 months at least I have moved over to LastPass, it's the same thing but built into your browser. Awesome.
 
#4
I used to love KeePass.. still a very solid program. Of late, I've found myself using LastPass more often now though..

Although KeePass over dropbox is a very good combination as well..


I was just going to post here about LastPass fitz.

I used KeePass for years, and loved it. But for the last 9 months at least I have moved over to LastPass, it's the same thing but built into your browser. Awesome.
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Ep, glad to see you come back and tidy up...did want to ask a one day favor, I want to enhance my resume , was hoping you could make me administrator for a day, if so, take me right off since I won't be here to do anything, and don't know the slightest about the board, but it would be nice putting "served administrator osnn", if can do, THANKS

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All good still mate?
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