KeePassX 0.3.1 released

This is primarily a bug fix release. Please keep on reporting bugs!


  • made key/password dialog more user friendly
  • added option for automatic database locking on inactivity
  • native file dialogs are used again under MacOS X and Windows
  • program accepts Qt command line switches like “-style” again
  • parameter “-cfg” now accepts relative paths (bug #1825446)
  • fixed invalid entries in .desktop file (bug #1906875)
  • fixed potential compilation problem in AES implementation (bug #1905810)
  • fixed crash when re-arranging groups (bug #1754998)
  • fixed size problems of some dialogs
  • files are not longer truncated when saving fails (bug #1648616)
  • improved seeding of the random number generator

The source code as well as MacOS X binaries are available in the download section now.
Updated Linux distribution packages as well as a portable Linux version will follow soon.

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31 Responses to “KeePassX 0.3.1 released”

  1. fReAk says:

    First – a great piece of software, good job, keep it up guys 🙂
    There’s just one feature I’m missing – I have copies of my password database on two computers and one USB drive to prevent data loss. Now sometimes single files get updated faster than I can copy them between the machines, so I would appreciate a database merging feature. The procedure could look like “if a password exists in only one file, copy it to the other”, “if there are two different passwords in two files, take the newer one / ask” and so on.

  2. Thomas says:

    “Woohoo! Thanks. KeepassX now remembers the window position (as maximized is how I want it to open.) That was driving me crazy. Awesome job. Keep up the great work.”

    THAT is driving me crazy currently. I switched of my external monitor and want to repopen a keepass database and the window is just disappeared. Searching on Google brings two results with that issue – both with keepass as subject. Please change that implemenation.

  3. Rick says:

    Thomas, ever figure out how to get the window back? i cant get mine to show either.

  4. Rick says:

    Got the window back. Had to move the menu bar in display arrangement back to the way it was when KeepassX was closed the last time. Other apps seem to adjust automatically, not this one. Just happy I am able to see my passwords again.

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