KeePassX 2.0.3 released

Weโ€™re happy to announce the latest bugfix release of KeePassX.

Full changelog:

  • Improved error reporting when reading / writing databases fails. [#450, #462]
  • Display an error message when opening a custom icon fails.
  • Detect custom icon format based on contents instead of the filename. [#512]
  • Keep symlink intact when saving databases. [#442].
  • Fix a crash when deleting parent group of recycle bin. [#520]
  • Display a confirm dialog before moving an entry to the recycle bin. [#447]
  • Repair UUIDs of inconsistent history items. [#130]
  • Only include top-level windows in auto-type window list when using gnome-shell.
  • Update translations.
  • You can fetch the new release from the downloads page.

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134 Responses to “KeePassX 2.0.3 released”

  1. Gopi says:

    I am not able to install on MacOS Sierra. Was able to install on Yosemite.

  2. Charles Dale Johnson says:

    I have migrated my KeePassX database to a new computer and would like to install 2.0.3. Previous version was 0.0.4

    I have download the files but not I am not familiar with how to install. I am using RHEL 6.8 and could use some more specific instructions.

    Thanks for your help!

  3. mike says:

    Thank you for your work on KeePass. It’s appreciated.

  4. juanbretti says:

    Thank you for the update!

  5. Niko says:

    Thanks for the great work. The one feature that it most requested I think is browser integration. What to the team need for this feature to be added?

  6. KKTK says:

    Thanks for efforts!

  7. brihx says:

    Thank you for your work on KeePassX.

    Any news for auto-type feature with MacOS Sierra?

  8. gabriel says:

    Please add feature from keepassx 0.4 – close to tray

  9. Axel says:

    Hello guys,

    I’am using keepass for a while now, and thank you for the great work you are doing.

    I mainly work under Linux, so I was wondering if there is coming a version for this OS to use the new kbdx format.

  10. Oskar Karhu says:

    Thank you very much for KeePassX, you guys are great!

  11. Shawn says:

    Are there any plans on updating the Ubuntu PPA?

  12. Robert says:

    Still no auto-type for Mac ๐Ÿ™

  13. Voronov Semyon says:

    When migrating to QT5?

  14. James says:

    As mentioned by Shawn earlier – any idea when you guys update the PPA or push the 2.0.3 to/ through the repos? And if hindered by slow turning wheels – an updated PPA or .deb would be helpful indeed…

  15. Humanoid says:

    Here’s a precompiled binary of KeePassX Reboot for macOS Sierra. This also enables keepasshttp support with PassIFox and chromeIPass browser plugins.

  16. Inga says:

    Great work! Everything works fine! Stay tuned developing this usefull software !!!

  17. Jay says:

    Thanks for the work. This tool is one of the best – does the job, and does it well!

  18. Beeronaut says:

    thank you very much! thats work so much better then Keepass2 for Linux AND! it comes with german language, great! :3

  19. Hoiwan says:

    After trying serval contributes yours works well. Thank you for your work.
    Save my day.

  20. justaman says:

    The best implementation of KeePass, thank you for your work!

  21. skip says:

    why i can’t see the keepassx icon in the top bar? I remember i can see it in previous version.

  22. phil says:

    I love KeePassX โค๏ธ
    Works like a charm!

  23. venice says:

    Great program, thank you!

  24. networkc says:

    Cheers! Keep up the good work!

  25. shadyyx says:

    Maybe a stupid question, sorry for that in such case, but have you considered a mobile (preferably Android) application as well? I’d like to keep on using KeePassX but also need a mobile app.

    The only option now is start using some “competitor” and migrate my password manually one by one…

    Or is it possible to contribute somehow to the project with Android app?

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