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KeePass 2.33 released with Improved private mode browser detection

KeePass 2.33 Password Manager recently released, is an application for people with extremely high demands on secure personal data management. It has a light interface, and is cross platform. KeePass 2.31 mainly features integration and user interface enhancements, and various other minor new features and improvements. KeePass 2.33 Changelog New Features: Added commands in the group context menu (under ‘Rearrange’): ‘Expand Recursively’ and ‘Collapse Recursively’. Added option ‘When selecting an entry, automatically select its parent group, too’ (turned on by default).

KeePass 2.32 Password Manager released

KeePassX 2.32 Password Manager recently released, is an application for people with extremely high demands on secure personal data management. It has a light interface, and is cross platform. KeePass 2.31 mainly features integration and user interface enhancements, and various other minor new features and improvements. KeePassX 2.32 Changelog New Features: The quick search box (in the toolbar of the main window) now supports searching using a regular expression; in order to indicate that the search text is a regular expression, enclose it in ‘//’; for example, performing a quick search for ‘//Michael|Adam//’ shows all entries containing ‘Michael’ or ‘Adam’.

KeePassX 2.0 Password Manager released

KeePassX 2.0 Password Manager recently released, is an application for people with extremely high demands on secure personal data management. It has a light interface, and is cross platform. This release is the first stable release of the KeePassX 2 series after several years of development. KeePassX 2.0 Highlights: KeePassX 2.0 is using the new .kdbx (same as KeePass 2) database format. You can import your .kdb database from 0.

KeeFarce fools KeyPass password manager into exporting its internal passwords database to CSV file

Denis Andzakovic, a security researcher for Security Assessment has released a tool that fools KeyPass password manager into exporting its internal passwords database to CSV file, using DLL injection. KeeFarce is also described as an in-memory looter for KeePass 2.x databases. See tool in GitHub. KeeFarce leverages DLL injection to export the information (including usernames and passwords) of a running and unlocked KeePass Database into a cleartext CSV file. Source code and prebuilt executables.