Software Update: KeePassXC 2.7.1

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Version 2.7.1 of the open source password manager KeePassXC has been released. The program is a derivative of KeePass Password Safe and is being developed in C++ with Qt for the graphical part with which it offers a suitable appearance on Linux, macOS and Windows. KeePassXC allows accounts to be saved with all associated data such as username, password and URL. All data is stored securely in an aes, twofish or ChaCha20 encrypted database. Furthermore, the program can automatically generate passwords and import and export lists. More information can be found at this page† The changelog for this release looks like this:


  • Show when tags are changed in entry history [#7638]
  • Improve tags editing and allow spaces in tags [#7708]
  • Improve layout of entry preview panel [#7767]
  • Incorporate patches to support Flatpak distribution [#7728]
  • Add expiration presets for 12 and 24 hours [#7738]


  • Fix crash when building history change list [#7638]
  • Fix hiding password on database unlock [#7725]
  • Fix AES KDF slow transform speed [#7755]
  • Auto-Type: Correct timing issue on macOS and Linux that prevented typing [#7588]
  • Auto-Type: Fix use of Ctrl/Alt/Shift/Win modifiers on Windows [#7629]
  • Auto-Type: Reduce/eliminate delay when searching for entries [#7598]
  • Auto-Type: Map ASCII dead keys on Linux for international keyboards [#7614]
  • CLI: Fix detection of hardware keys (YubiKey) [#7593]
  • CLI: Add missing parameter -c to add/edit entries command [#7594]
  • Secret Service: Fix crash when multiple prompts are shown [#7786]
  • SSH Agent: Fix default agent selection on Windows [#7764]
  • Fix database unlock dialog not being the top window on Linux [#7771]
  • Fix drag/drop entries between tabs on Wayland [#7628]
  • Fix compiling with minizip-ng [#7638]

Version number 2.7.1
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Website KeePassXC
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License type GPL
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