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Password Safe 3.41

By Rony Shapiro  (Open Source)
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Password Safe allows you to manage your old passwords and to easily and quickly generate, store, organize, retrieve, and use complex new passwords, using password policies that you control. Once stored, your user names and passwords are just a few clicks away.

Using Password Safe you can organize your passwords using your own customizable references - for example, by user ID, category, web site, or location. You can choose to store all your passwords in a single encrypted master password list (an encrypted password database), or use multiple databases to further organize your passwords (work and home, for example). And with its intuitive interface you will be up and running in minutes.

Title: Password Safe 3.41
Filename: pwsafe-3.41.0.exe
File size: 11.68MB (12,243,328 bytes)
Requirements: Windows 9x / 2000 / XP / XP 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Open Source
Date added: November 28, 2016
Author: Rony Shapiro
passwordsafe.sourceforge.net
MD5 Checksum: 7E3B90B41B91696BBE7C0E601033BC13

# Bugs fixed:
- Fix crash if Find active when applying a filter, e.g., show entries with expiry dates.
- Ensure shortcut is updated in GUI after editing.
- Text in the Find toolbar search edit control is now vertically centered to reduce character truncation.
- Clicking on a field's name copies the value to the clipboard when adding a new entry (and not only when editing).
- Update password history when Apply is clicked, not only when Edit window's closed.
- No longer show empty groups when the user filters for entries with expired passwords.
- Fix application crash if Add/Edit entry dialog is open when the database is locked e.g. via idle timer, workstation lock etc.
- An invalid or non-existent backup directory path can no longer be saved when exiting Options.
- The virtual keyboard no longer becomes unusable after clicking on the Randomize button.
- The Status bar now shows the correct number of entries when a database is unlocked.
- Fixed regression in command line arguments -h and -u support.
- Copying the unexpanded autotype string on Edit entry screen using Ctrl+click on Autotype label now works.
- Ctrl+F now switches focus back to Find toolbar if it is already open.
- Unnecessary tree view refreshes fixed.
- Empty groups no longer disappear when moving nested groups into them and do not leave duplicated empty groups in the database.
- Saved changes no longer prevent logoff or system shutdown.
# Changes to Existing Features:
- You can no longer change an alias's base entry's password from the alias entry. Instead, you should edit the base entry directly by selecting the alias entry and using the Edit or right-click context menu to select its base.
- The "Show Find Toolbar" has been removed from the View menu as it appears in the Edit menu. Ctrl+F still works as before to show the Find toolbar or transfer focus to it if already visible.
- The font used in the Find toolbar is now set to the user specified Add/Edit font instead of the Tree/List view font.
# New Features:
- New AutoType field '\#' toggles the use of the older mechanism to send keyboard input to other applications e.g. browsers.
- Add more Help to the Add/Edit Basic and Additional tabs.
- Empty groups added but not yet saved are now included when the user filters on unsaved changes.
- Empty groups, whose names satisfy a filter that include tests on group name values, are now included in the display when the filter is active.
- The database backup location now supports environmental variables e.g. %homedrive% and %homepath%. If used, the resulting path is shown.
- Clearing the recent database list now requires confirmation.
- When exporting a group to a new database, there is now an option to also export all filters stored in the database to the new database.
- Autotype has been extended to support the previous password, if present in the entry's password history, via the Autotype field '\q'. In addition, for Windows, a number of keyboard keys are supported by specifying the key between '\{' and '}'.

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