Nowadays, we have to keep in mind of various passwords. Password for email account, Windows network logon, website FTP password, online passwords, website member account, etc. Frankly, the list is endless and you may end up using different passwords for each of the accounts you have.
Now if you just use one password for each of the account, then hackers may get access to this password and you may end up having a serious problem. It would be unimaginable to see what such hackers would do to your account. The KeePass is an open source free password managing software that helps in managing the password in a safe manner. In this software, you can input all the passwords in a single database which is locked with one key file or master key.
So, what happens is that you only need to keep in mind of one password or you could simply choose the key file and unlock the entire database. These databases will be encrypted using the most secure and the efficient encryption algorithms which are currently known like Twofish and AES.
|KeePass Password Safe 2.43 Sep 10, 2019||
Added tooltips for certain character set options in the password generator dialog.
Added option 'Remember password hiding setting in the main window' (in 'Tools' ? 'Options' ? tab 'Advanced'; the option is turned on by default).
Added yellow intermediate step in password quality progress bars.
|KeePass Password Safe 2.42 May 3, 2019||
Added main menu items 'Group', 'Entry' and 'Find', which contain all commands related to groups and entries (supersets of context menus); removed 'Edit' main menu item, because all of its commands are included in the three new main menu items.
Added support for a system-wide hot key to auto-type only the password of a matching entry; by default, the hot key is Ctrl+Alt+Shift+A, changeable in the options dialog.
When double-clicking the URL cell of an entry in the main entry list while holding down the Shift key, KeePass now copies the URL to the clipboard (a double-click without Shift continues to open the URL; the option 'Copy URLs to clipboard instead of opening them' reverses this behavior).
|KeePass Password Safe 2.41 May 15, 2018||
Added option 'Do not store data in the Windows clipboard history and the cloud clipboard' (the option is turned on by default; for entry clipboard commands in the main window).
Added option 'Esc keypress in main window' (in 'Tools' ? 'Options' ? tab 'Interface'), which allows to specify the action of the Esc key (ignore, lock workspace, minimize, minimize to tray, exit).
Added option 'Ignore search settings of groups' in the 'Find' dialog.
Internal data viewer: added support for zooming images using the OEM + and - keys with Ctrl.
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