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KeePassX

KeePassX

KeePassX is a multi-platform port of KeePass, an open source and cross-platform password manager. This utility helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key-disk. This lets users only need to remember one single master password or insert the key-disk to unlock the whole database.

The databases are encrypted using the algorithms AES (alias Rijndael) or Twofish using a 256 bit key.

KeePassX currently uses same the database file format as the KeePass 1.x (Classic) password manager software for Windows.

 KeePassX 0.4.3

Price
Free to download

Size
1.3MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
KeePassX Tram

Website
www.keepassx.org

System Requirements
Qt library 4.3 or higher
libXtst
X11 with XRandR, Xinerama, and XTest extensions
glibc 2.4

Support:
FAQ, Forum, SourceForge Project Page, Launchpad, KeePass Password Safe

Selected Reviews:
Softpedia

Features include:

  • Extensive management- title for each entry for better identification:
    • Determine different expiration dates
    • Insertion of attachments
    • User-defined symbols for groups and entries
    • Fast entry duplication
    • Sorting entries in groups
  • Search function: in specific groups or in the complete database
  • Auto-Type, a feature that allows you to e.g. log in to a web page by pressing a single key combination. KeePassX does the rest of the typing for you. Auto-Type reads the title of currently active window on your screen and matches it to the configured database entries
  • Database security with access to the KeePassX database being granted either with a password, a key-file (e.g. a CD or a memory-stick) or both
  • Automatic generation of secure passwords
  • Precaution features, quality indicator for chosen passwords hiding all passwords behind asterisks
  • Encryption- either the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) or the Twofish algorithm are used, with encryption of the database in 256 bit sized increments
  • Import and export of entries. Import from PwManager (*.pwm) and KWallet (*.xml) files, Export as textfile (*.txt)

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