KeePassX 0.4.1 released

KeePassX 0.4.1 has been released.

This is mainly a bugfix update though it also contains three new feature:

  • An inital documentation by Jussi Sainio
  • Ability to drag’n’drop fields (username, password, …) to other applications (Linux only)
  • An option to show the application window always on top (Linux only)

Full changelog

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48 Responses to “KeePassX 0.4.1 released”

  1. takumi kojima says:


  2. w says:

    Any chance of having one entry with multiple url’s for autotype? Like there’s active directory authentication for web based email, calendar and wiki, all on different urls – i.e., and So I’d create one entry with my AD login&password and put all the different URLs so I can use auto-type for all of them… ?


  3. Anonymous says:


  4. Anonymous says:

    Thank you!

  5. Devis says:

    Are these features planned for the future ?

    – kwallet emulation
    – print passwords group
    – double password: one for read-only (without lock) and one for read-write

    Thank you!

  6. mart says:

    downloaded KeePassX 0.4.1 with mixed results. Using Ubuntu 9.04
    Drag-n-Drop works fine.
    But Global-Auto-Type and plain Auto-Type do not work anymore.
    In TOOLS, Customizing Sequence does not work either.

    Any suggestions?

  7. Patrick says:

    Problem when trying to open database on a remote share. Same issue on many computer. Ubuntu 9.04

    The application close after entering master key. If I retry to open it, a message say the database is locked. Even if I try to re-open it, the application close. After many try the database open. But I don’t know why because I always do the same steps.

  8. Ivan says:

    In Ubuntu 9.04 Global-Auto-Type does not work.
    Auto-Type does not work either.
    I guess, I’m going back to 0.4.0 till this is resolved

  9. SniperBeamer says:

    The comments are *not* a bug tracker.
    Please add a bug ticket at:
    and provide as much information as possible (e.g. keyboard layout).

  10. mart says:

    sorry about my remark at #7 above.
    KeePassX works very well…
    Thank you for the good work

  11. Scrupule says:

    Thank you, this program is great !

  12. Mike says:

    When will keepassX for Mac have the features that are present only for Linux? Thanks for a great program I use it at home and work.

  13. Alex says:

    Thank you 🙂

  14. Any chance KeePassX will soon support the new .kdbx file types that are being used in the most recent version for the PC platform? I unfortunately starting using KeePass v2 for PC prior to realizing there wasn’t a supported option for my Mac… and I don’t believe there is any way to convert my database to the 1.0 standard.

    Any ideas on a timeframe for .kdbx support?

  15. ivanzoid says:

    Changelog: # Removed “Close to Tray” option

    Why? I miss it…
    BTW good program 🙂

  16. ivanzoid says:

    inconspicuous – use keepass 2 on pc to convert kdbx to kdb 🙂

  17. hiflyer says:

    I also miss Close to Tray option. I am always closing when I mean to go to tray.
    I use Ubuntu 9.04 and Keepassx 4.1 does not want to open the first time. It will open the second time after telling me it is locked. Works fine after that false start.

    Good program otherwise

  18. remoty says:

    Using keepass(x) on windows xp, mac osx tiger and debian – and I love it!

    ~ ~ ~
    A really important feature I miss is the option to use the app without a gui
    – like passwordsafe for example
    ~ ~ ~

    most important functions:
    * list all entries
    * view password & username for an given entry

    also nice to have:
    * create new entry/group & save

    elsewise great app – keep on coding!!

  19. Paul says:

    Removed “Close to Tray” option


    That explains why I’ve lately been finding that KeePassX is never there when I need it. Can you bring back that option? It was incredibly useful.

  20. Bob Claborne says:

    Have you considered a synchronizing feature?

  21. Johnny says:

    I agree with Paul. I’ll be using 0.4.0 until this is fixed. Close to Tray is more useful than drag and drop to me.

  22. Michael Andrews says:

    Thanks for the continued support for a great product. You guys are appreciated.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I hope that this would work on Maemo Linux too, so that I would get my passwords synced to my phone. kbdx support would be great too, because then I could use the same unconverted password file on all operating systems (using syncing folders).

  24. Anonymous says:

    Porting might be quite simple: Maemo = Debian + GTK+ + Hildon. As a benefit, I guess KeepassX would then be usable on Ubuntu MObile too 🙂