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Password Safe 3.19

Por 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.

Título: Password Safe 3.19
Nombre de fichero: pwsafe-3.19.exe
Tamaño de fichero: 4.41MB (4,627,701 bytes)
Requisitos: Windows 9x / 2000 / XP / XP 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Idiomas: Múltiples idiomas
Licencia: Open Source
Fecha añadida: 29 de septiembre de 2009
Autor: Rony Shapiro
Página de inicio: passwordsafe.sourceforge.net
MD5 Checksum: 7825DA415E32225E1CD29CDF2F41A194

Bugs fixed in 3.19
[2865116] Status-Bar message now correctly states "Password Copied" when doing a "Run Command".
[2865116] Status-Bar message now updated when using the keyboard arrows to transverse entries in Tree and List views.
[2856750] The Password Policy now correctly displayed in List View, when selected.
[2856051] Changes to database preferences are no longer lost upon minimize.
[2856410] The "Run Command" menu entry is no longer greyed out for Shortcuts to base entries with a Run Command.
[2851848] Mouse double-click interval removed from Virtual Keyboard to allow multiple virtual keys to be entered quickly.
[2850907] Password field no longer cleared after focus change.
[2842700] No longer crashes when using a French keyboard.
[2192490, 2840534] Multiple desktops now handled correctly for Windows XP and later system.
[2836569] Correct password data now copied from Edit dialog using 'Smart Labels'
[2832991] Double-click action display in the Status Bar now shows correct value for entries that have overriden the current default.
[2820260] Fix password expiry interval processing during Edit.
[2818653] Password expiry interval now correctly exported to XML and displayed during Edit, if present.
[2813295] 'Browse + Autotype' system tray menu items fixed - thanks to Vasily for reporting and sending the patches for this.
[2085058] Old (1.x) format databases now closed correctly.
[] Fixed problem with viewing a shortcut in read-only mode - thanks to gillum for reporting and helping track this down.
[] Fix crash when using External Editor on Notes field.
[] Password verification field not set when editing/viewing an alias entry and the password is hidden.
[] Enter key works again in initial dialog if browse button used to select a database.
[] AutoType by an alias now has correct password and its own notes data rather than '[Alias]' and its base's notes data, respectively.
[] Run command no longer truncates the first field if it is within double quotes.
[] Duplicate entry now duplicates double-click action of original as well.
[] Double-click on a shortcut entry now executes the action of its base.
[] Drag & Drop of entries with explicit double-click action values between different databases now works.
[] Browse to URL from an Alias entry now puts the correct password in the clipboard.
[] Text import no longer overwrites entry's RunCommand with double-click action value.
[] Tidy up item order in Edit menu and right-click context menu.

New Features for 3.19
[2832983] The Edit/View dialog now shows the details of the entry being edited/viewed in its title caption (This is updated when saving the entry).
[2832810] A new email field has been added, supporting email headers 'to', 'subject', 'cc', 'bcc' and 'body' (per RFC 2368 - see online help for details). If this field is not empty, it is used instead of the URL field even if that contains an email address.
Note: whereas the URL field had to have the 'mailto:' prefix to denote an email address rather than a URL, the email field must not contain this prefix.
[] PasswordSafe now handles Vista (and later) logoff, shutdown & restart more gracefully, giving the user now has more time to save a modified database.
[] Add new AutoType special fields '\wnnn' and '\Wnnn'. Unlike '\d', which sets the delay between sending each subsequent character, '\w' & '\W' introduces a one-time delay where they appear. For '\w', the value 'nnn' is in milli-seconds. For '\W', this specifies seconds.
Note: Max. value is 999s (16m 39s), during which time PasswordSafe will be unresponsive while it waits the specified time. Also supported via the Run Command $a command.
[] Add menu item to copy the Run Command to the clipboard.
[] Support Run Command and Double-Click Action (and email) fields in Filters.

Changes to Existing Features in 3.19
[] Changing the Security option to lock Password Safe when the workstation is locked, no longer requires a restart of Password Safe to come into effect.
[] Due to the French keyboard not supporting the key '-' in an accelerator, the shortcut for "Password Subset" has been changed from "Ctrl + -" to "Ctrl + B". Please do not allocate "Ctrl + -" to any shortcut if you will be using a French keyboard.
[] If a dialog is open (e.g. Add, Edit, Options etc.) and Password Safe is minimized, the Close and Exit options are no longer in the System Tray context menu. The user must first Restore the application and close the dialog before being able to close the database or exit the program.
[] If preferences stored in the database are changed, the user will be asked if they want to save them in the database when closing the database or application even if none of the entries have been changed.
[] The preference to Lock the Database after a certain amount of idle time has changed from being a global parameter affecting all databases opened by the user to be specific to each database.