Latest version: 0.4.3
KeePassX 0.3.3 has been released.
This is a small update that fixes an error when opening twofish encrypted databases.
Thank you 4 your great work!
great tool,thanx a lot
Very good password manager, I love it!!
Thanks for the good program. I was able to open my KeePass database that I am using normally under Win XP.
What about opensuse 11?
Fantastic kind of app! Many, many thanks to you! Is there any Symbian based app which can import the kdb database file? Any mobile solution?
I LOVE this app!
Thanks for the effort, and all the incredible work.
what about a keepasx port for the iphone?
That would be Amazing. Id’pay for it, also. Think about it….
Best wishes Bernd.
This is really the coolest password safe ever. Thanks guy’s for your hard work
If it could use Keepass’s database, that’s would be great!
I’ll try it. Thank you.
How i can send galician translation? where?
I have translation for galician released.
Wanna test. Thanks.
For opensuse 11 add the following repository to yast
I’d love to get it to use KeePass’s database and key file, but I can’t even get it to go to my thumb drive where the database and keyfile is.
I use both Linux and Vista. I want to be able to have one database, one keyfile, to use on both.
What are the chances that the static build *-bin.tar.gz might be made available for > 0.3.1 ? We use this app on various different linux versions, some of which contain quite old QT, and the static builds were really handy there.
Thanks a lot!
Would LOVE the autotype feature for Mac OS X. The only thing I miss from the Windows version.
I’d like to be able to disable the autotype, I have had some passwords searched on google because of hitting ^v instead of ^c when coming from Firefox. Thanks!!
Thanks a bunch!
Is there any linux pre compiled version without installer like the old “KeePassX-0.3.1-bin.tar.gz” for those like me that don’t have permission to install .deb or .rpm packages ???
If yes, where? (full path)
Thanks for a great app. Especially bevause it works on Linux and Winblows.
A version for the iPhone is also on my X-mas list.
Hein de Vries
I started using KeePass on the windows platform and found I couldn’t live without it. Especially with it loaded on a usb thumbdrive as a take along “key” for my online apps on any computer. Now that I’ve migrated to Linux, I’m so glad I can use it here as well. This is the greatest password manager ever!
I use Keepass 2.05 and “pull” my KDBX file from a web site.
How can I configure (is it possible?) the Linux version do open the file from an ftp:// address?
Am I the only one having problem with this port on Mac OS 10.5/Leo? KeePass simply can’t open my prev. generated password database. I’m just getting ‘Hash test failed’ message. And believe me, I tried it now in slow motion to make sure that my master password is correct, key lock disabled etc etc.
What’s going on here?
Ok, forget about version 0.3.3 when on MacOS/Leopard 10.5.5. It is broken. If daunting, use 0.3.2, this version appears to work.