KeePass 1.05

KeePass is a free 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-disk. So you only have to remember one single master password or insert the key-disk to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish).

Release Highlights:
* Implemented C-style interface for plugins
* Workspace is now locked automatically if Windows is locked or
the user switches to a different account (Windows XP only)
* Improved single-instance behaviour
* Improved support of paths with mixed directory separators
* Improved command-line handling (thanks to Bill Rubin)
* Changed command-line parameter handling for plugin parameters
* Improved plugin handling (DLLs are checked for interface
methods; improved KeePass startup performance)
* Added update checking feature (automatically and manually;
the ChkForUpd plugin project is discontinued)
* Password list is refreshed after auto-typing a TAN number
* Fixed a bug that caused the group focus to jump to the first
group after saving the database (when having the entry-backup
and the delete-backups-before-save options enabled)
* Handle to plugin manager window is passed to plugins in
KPM_DIRECT_CONFIG and KPM_PLUGIN_INFO messages
* When performing ‘save-as’ the lock files are updated now (the
one of previously opened file is deleted, a new one is
created for the new database)
* Tray menu items are now disabled when KeePass displays a
modal dialog
* Added advanced option to disable the ‘save’ button if the
database hasn’t been modified
* Renamed default file menu items (new, open, save, …)
* Improved {CLEARFIELD} behaviour
* Other improvements and bugfixes

Homepage – KeePass

Size: 680 KB

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