KeePass is a free open source password manager. It allows you to store all your passwords in a secure database which can be locked with a master key or key file, keeping your passwords safe and helping you manage them.
KeePass supports AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) and the Twofish algorithm to keep your data secure. Additionally, KeePass encrypts the whole database, rather than just the passwords it contains, making it even more secure.
For even more security, the passwords are hashed using SHA-256, one of the most secure hashing algorithms available.
KeePass also supports some other great features, making it one of the leading password managers for Mac. These include:
- Multiple database security options - password only, key file only, or both.
- Easy export to txt, csv, html, xml and other formats.
- Secure password generator.
- Intuitive searching and sorting of stored data.
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