KeePassX 2.0.3 released

We’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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164 Responses to “KeePassX 2.0.3 released”

  1. fs987 says:

    Nice work, very useful

  2. Vn Fernandes says:

    Great Work!!

    Thank you!

  3. David says:

    STILL no XML or CSV import for the Mac version, making this effort somewhat useless.

    • Rex says:

      My goodness, the things you have to put up with.

      Know what?

      You should demand a refund.

      Seriously, you should totally demand and refund and refuse to take “no” for an answer.

      I have the number of a good lawyer if your’e interested.

      If these Keepass people know what’s good for them, they’ll get your feature request in, and pronto!

      Hear that guys, you’ve been put on notice! Now get to work!

      There you go, David, I’m pretty sure they’re on it now. Sometimes you gotta get a little firm with these free software developers or they start getting it in their heads that their paying “jobs” come before your needs.

      What can I tell you, they’re selfish bastards, David. Some people just come out of their mother’s babymaker kind of wrong, you know?

      Hang in there, my friend, your perseverance will be rewarded.

      • Macharia says:

        You win the day! I am sure David will not be complaining anytime soon!Not even a thank you for those who freely give their time and effort. Sure, some people do have a sense of entitlement or is it ungratefulness?

    • Fernie says:

      david there is another fork of this project: keepassxc

  4. HardwareBob says:

    Hi, when is YubiKey support coming for OTP?

  5. Rafael says:

    Very nice and useful app. Congratulations and thanks to developers and contributors.

  6. Alfonso says:

    Hi, I have a problem downloading the libqt4-core library, it seems not to be available.

  7. Anonymous says:


  8. vantuz says:

    With the high resolution screen 4K 2160*3840 px of the program window is very small
    Scaling menus and headers – 2X
    ubuntu 16.04 / 16.10

    There will be improvements made to whether the normal zoom

  9. Gilles says:

    Does anybody can tell me if a firefox’s plugin exist to autofill fields ? something like keepasshttp ?

  10. Greg says:

    Finally! Thank you. Can open my KeePass database from my PC and Mac now. Been looking for this for days!

  11. Bhagt says:

    Great Job!!!! Very nice tool!

  12. Alex says:

    Does it job very nicely, highly recommend to others!

  13. Humanoid says:

    I deleted my previous blog but if someone needs a compiled keepassxreboot binary for macOS Sierra, you can download it here:

    keepassxreboot 2.10 is released two days ago. I’ll link binary for that release when I’ve compiled it.

  14. Rex says:

    Awesome! Thank you so much for maintaining this program. I use it all day, every day, and I truly appreciate your hard work and efforts. I know that maintaining an application used by many thousands of demanding “gimme gimme it’s all about me” users can be very unrewarding and demoralizing, but there are people who realize the sacrifice you make to give us quality, 100% free software, that is frankly more than any of us deserve or have a right to expect.

    In a world gone made with narcissism and users who routinely complain about products they pay absolutely nothing for, I’m so glad that there are still people willing to put up with it, and are still willing to push out new versions for our benefit.

    This is a great piece of software and I appreciate the new version very much.

  15. joan montserrat says:

    Gracias, good work!

  16. Robert says:

    I use this program every day. In addition to keeping track of passwords it allows me to convert all web passwords to randomly generated keys for all my accounts.

    I’m also experimenting using it as a bookmark manager. I’m moving away from cloud reliant applications and this is a great help to do so. Very happy you continue to develop.

  17. RoDi says:

    I use for years and has never disappointed.
    KeePass + dropbox across multiple devices.

  18. Rondo says:

    Thank you so much for updating this program! Love it!!

  19. Ler says:

    I appreciate the work you put in to KeePassX and providing it to the public for free. I love this program and have been using it for years on all my Ubuntu and Windows running computers. One of the first programs I install when I get a new computer. I use it everyday and really appreciate its ease of use. Thank you.

  20. Steve says:

    THANK YOU so much to each and everyone of you who contributes to this. I am forever grateful!

  21. Ba Software should disappear says:

    Thank you very much for the KEEPASSXC hint – I was so sick wih this version of a Keepass Port missing the most simple features… it is great to see that a competent community is working on a good fork, thanks!

  22. yardenn says:

    Thank’s my friends