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Software Update: 2:34 KeePass Password Safe
Dominik Reichl has released version 2.34 of KeePass Password Safe. With this open source password manager can store accounts, including the associated data, such as username, password and URL. All data is securely stored in the Rijndael algorithm encrypted database. Furthermore, the program can automatically generate passwords and lists import and export. By adding this language file , the program can also be used in the Dutch.
Of KeePass Password Safe are two different versions that are developed both active. Version 1.x is not dependent on other software and works only on Windows. Version 2 is internally using XML and further requires at least version 2.0 of the .NET Framework, or if the program on Linux, OS X and FreeBSD is used version 2.6 of Mono or higher. A complete overview of the differences between version 1 and 2 on this page to find. Below is the changelog of this publication.
The version information file (All which the optional update check downloads to see if there exists a newer version) is now digitally signed (using RSA-4096 / SHA-512); Further more, it has been downloaded over HTTPS.
Added option ‘Lock workspace When Minimizing main window to tray.
Added option ‘Esc minimizes to tray Instead of locking the workspace.
Added Ctrl + Q shortcut for closing KeePass (as alternative to Alt + F4 ).
Added UIFlags bit for disabling the ‘Check for Updates’ menu item.
The installers (Regular and MSI) now create an empty “plugins” directory in the application directory, and the portable package now contains usefull Such a leaflet.
Plugins: added support for digitally signed version information files .
Plugins are now loaded only directly from the application directory and from any subdirectories of the “plugins” directory in the application directory.
Improved startup performance (by filtering plugin candidates).
When closing a database, KeePass now searches and deletes any temporary files That May have been created and forgotten by MSHTML when printing failed.
CHM help file: improved high DPI support.
Various code optimizations.
Minor other improvements.
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