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KeePass 1.16

By KeePass  (Open Source)
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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 currently known (AES and Twofish).

KeePass is really free, and more than that: it is open source (OSI certified). You can have a look at its full source and check whether the encryption algorithms are implemented correctly.

Title: KeePass 1.16
Filename: KeePass-1.16-Setup.exe
File size: 1.46MB (1,533,178 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Open Source
Date added: June 7, 2009
Author: KeePass
MD5 Checksum: C11F413EB9A24661D8C1C4D779BC358F

- Added option to use Windows' CNG/BCrypt API for key
transformations (about 50% faster than the KeePass built-in
key transformation code; by increasing the amount of rounds
by 50%, you'll get the same waiting time as in 1.15, but the
protection against dictionary and guessing attacks is raised
by a factor of 1.5; option enabled by default; only Windows
Vista and higher)
- Completely new update checking system that now also supports
checking for new plugin versions
- Added warning when trying to open a KDBX file created by
KeePass 2.x (with hint about how to migrate from 2.x to 1.x)
- Added 'KeeAutoNewDbBasePath' and 'KeeAutoNewDbBaseName'
configuration options (to specify the default location where
the database file will be stored in mini mode)
- Added advanced option to immediately delete TAN entries after
using them
- Added '-minimize' command line option
- Added '-registerfileext' and '-unregisterfileext' command
line options to register/unregister the KDB file association
- File association methods are now UAC aware
- Added check for reserved group names (like 'Backup')
- On Windows Vista and higher, core database manager error /
warning messages are displayed using modern task dialogs
- The number of days below which entries are treated as soon to
expire can now be configured (see help -> customize)
- Plugins: added new COM interface (IKpAPI2) for the main API
that allows querying whether the database is the one
initially specified on the command line
- Key provider plugin API: new key query method that supports
context information

- Image list handling improvements
- When auto-locking after the specified number of seconds of
inactivity, KeePass minimizes to taskbar or to tray,
depending on the 'Minimize to tray instead of taskbar' option
- Plugin versions are now displayed in a separate column in the
plugins dialog
- When trying to open a second master key dialog or auto-type
entry selection dialog for a window, KeePass brings itself to
the foreground instead of showing a second dialog
- Calculation of soon to expire entries is now more precise
- Various improvements to status bar messages
- Improved workspace locking toolbar button tooltips
- Installer: various minor improvements
- Various code optimizations
- Minor other improvements

- Newlines of the notes field are now encoded correctly in
exports when Unix mode is enabled
- New databases do not inherit file names of previous locked
databases anymore

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