Software update: KeePass Password Safe 2.39.1


Dominik Reichl has issued an update for version 2.39 of KeePass Password Safe. With this open source password manager accounts can be saved, including the associated data, such as username, password and url. All data is stored securely in a database encrypted with the Rijndael algorithm. Furthermore, the program can automatically generate passwords and import and export lists.
There are two different versions of KeePass Password Safe that are both actively developed. Version 1.x does not depend on other software and only works under Windows. Version 2 uses xml internally and requires at least version 2.0 of the .Net Framework or, if the program is used under Linux, macOS or FreeBSD, from Mono version 2.6 or higher. A complete overview of the differences between version 1 and 2 can be found on this page . Below is the changelog of this issue.

Changes from 2.39 to 2.39.1:

  • File transactions: improved access control list (ACL) restoration.
  • File transactions: improved access control list (ACL) restoration. file that does not exist yet (to ensure a correct default ACL)
  • The option to minimize the main window after performing auto-type is now ignored while displaying a subdialog.
  • Plugins can now implement classes derived from KeePass custom rich text boxes.


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