KeePass Password Safe Classic Edition 1.32 Fileforum Pick

4.7 out of 5 stars 4.7 (400 votes)


Windows (All) / Open Source / 33,693 downloads

KeePass Password Safe is a free/open-source password safe or manager which 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. So you only have to remember one single master password or insert the key-disk to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish).

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    KeePass Password Safe

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  • Latest Changes

    - When trying to search using an invalid regular expression, an error message is displayed now

    - Context menus can now be displayed by pressing the Apps key or Shift+F10

    - Changed keyboard shortcut for closing KeePass to Ctrl+Q

    - During a drag&drop operation, KeePass now additionally provides the text in Unicode form

    - HTML export/printing: the notes and attachment data columns now are twice as wide as the other columns

    - The version information file (which the optional update check downloads to see if there exists a newer version) is now downloaded over HTTPS

  • Other Versions

    KeePass Password Safe Professional Edition

Reviews of KeePass Password Safe Classic Edition

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.27 (Apr 7, 2014)

    Any database can get corrupted, so make back-up copies of the KDB file regularly and you are safe. KeePass is perfect for me since I don't trust the cloud services.

  2. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.26 (Mar 12, 2014)

    pretty good

  3. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.26 (Sep 20, 2013)

    Had to stop using it although I liked it ... database sometimes gets corrupted and then I can't access it with password ... suppose that's a problem with these types of applications. Guess I'll have to depend on the cloud i.e. LastPass

    edit: I might make a copy in case it gets corrupted again. I found a copy and was able to get into an older database but, of course, lost quite a few entries.

  4. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.24 (Sep 4, 2012)

    Very good software for passwords! Can generate complex passwords for you, and it has great security features built within! A must have, period!

  5. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.19 (Apr 5, 2011)

    Best of its class.
    Avoid the version 2 like the plague. Slower and without extra functionality.
    In fact, .NET should be forbidden. Some exceptions ( one of them), products compiled in .NET are pathetic.
    This version is the one to choose.

  6. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.18 (Sep 2, 2010)

    Great. I despise version 2 for its .NET slowness and general crapitude, but this version is brilliance.

  7. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.17 (Apr 9, 2010)

    What about password i use LoginTrap.It’s prog can capture every login events by using iSight.It really good prog.

  8. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.17 (Dec 7, 2009)

    Still brilliant. Better than version 2 as this one is portable whereas version 2 requires the .NET framework. This together with Trucrypt and Antivir is all that's really required for most of my security needs.

  9. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.16 (Jul 16, 2009)

    A top piece of software, deeply impressive. Easy to use, very secure, a comprehensive range of security features, portable too...

    So yep, a real winner. Means you can use very strong passwords (which the app can generate for you ) without having to remember them all.

  10. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.15 (Mar 9, 2009)

    Works ok, though I prefer fsekrit. Mostly I'm just surprised that the author didn't realize that "Keep Ass" might not be the best name to use.

  11. 5 out of 5 stars
    Paul Skinner

    Reviewing 1.15 (Feb 13, 2009)

    Superb software. Really very, very good.

  12. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.15 (Feb 13, 2009)


    Couple of reasons why the db size grows.
    1. You store attachments with entries.
    2. You must not have cleared the backup folder.

    1. Please buy a USB drive to store your backups. Storing on GOOGLE is not a safe place. Your privacy is not guaranteed.

    2. Empty the backup category in Keepass.

  13. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.15 (Feb 13, 2009)

    Fantastic program! Very useful for storing of passwords and other important info. A must have software!

  14. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Dec 3, 2008)

    IMO a good way to preserve all kinds of important documents is to store them online. Like in Gmail inbox. Check out also this good guide:

    Take care.

  15. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Nov 25, 2008)

    My database has grown in size as well. Can anyone please suggest what is a good place to keep a backup? Because its quite important stuff. Thanks.

  16. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Oct 22, 2008)

    Using it for years and the best out there. nothing ever has come close. My database has long grown out of only passwords to everything I feel needs to be in one place

  17. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Oct 21, 2008)

    Excellent free password manager. I've been using this for a long time now. I make a bunch of backups of my password database file so I don't lose my passwords.

  18. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Oct 20, 2008)

    This software is outstanding. It is excellent, it is open source and none of the commercial equivalent I have tried can come close to it.

  19. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.14 (Oct 20, 2008)

    The best password keeper


  20. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.13 (Sep 11, 2008)

    working great!

  21. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.13 (Sep 10, 2008)

    No other password manager comes even close!!! (well, maybe except for Sticky Password)

  22. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.13 (Sep 10, 2008)

    the best ever...

    Recently I ran across another application called safepass..which looked exactly like keepass. the author had taken the source code and tried to pass it off as his own creation. Needless to say, he was caught...

    all in all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

    Keep up the good work.. using it for 2 years now...

  23. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.12 (Aug 15, 2008)

    Absolutely best password-storage software. I agree with reviews bellow and have only one right word for it - greatware! Full stars...

  24. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.12 (Aug 14, 2008)

    Hmmm i remember something like that:

    Many applications are shareware
    Many applications are shareware and have minimal functions
    Many applications are shareware, have minimal functions and calling home
    Many applications are shareware, have minimal functions, calling home and are bloated

    But one app is still ruling all: Keepass

    For free
    No bloatware
    No homecalling
    Maximal functions

    If you like to secure and store your passwords, documents, etc. - Keepass will rock your life!

  25. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.12 (Aug 14, 2008)

    This is an excellent program but the autotype focus problem in Internet Explorer still hasn't been fixed despite the info in the changelog. In IE 7 when I use autotype only part of my username for the website I'm using gets pasted into the username field.

  26. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.12 (Aug 14, 2008)

    Ahhh, simply flawless!!

  27. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.11 (Jun 21, 2008)

    this has been out since april and its awesome!

  28. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.11 (Jun 21, 2008)

    The 1.11 is out since few month now ?!
    Great tool & very stable : Never got any problem with that app. It fits perfectly my needs as i got many many datas to store.

  29. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.06 (Feb 2, 2007)

    AndyGo sounds like the developer of "the alternative software" .....

  30. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.06 (Jan 4, 2007)

    "freeware is limited to 20 passwords which should be sufficient for most user"

    Just like Bill Gates once said that "640KB of memory should be plenty enough for anybody". Right.

  31. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.06 (Dec 16, 2006)

    Looks like a clone of Password Depot :)

    Keepass leaves traces of the passwords in RAM, has no protection against keylogging and clipboard from spyware.

    I prefer Password Depot, which more stable and is also freeware (freeware is limited to 20 passwords which should be sufficient for most user).

  32. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.06 (Oct 17, 2006)


    hope it stays this way: small, fast and portable!

  33. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.05 (Sep 8, 2006)

    Small, lighweight, can be run directly from .exe.

    Very portable, but yet the author have thought about everything(?). This app defeat all "password revealers", clipboard hacks, process dumps etc. So far Keepass seems like a very good choice, even better than most (all?) commercial competitors.

    No bells and whistles, but that is EXACTLY what I want for this kind of app. It is well designed, has what you want, does what you need without clogging your system like so many other systems.

    Get it!

  34. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.05 (Jul 26, 2006)

    Works like a charm. Secure and portable. Free and light. Multilingual. Easy to use. Open Source. I can't ask for more.

  35. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.05 (Jun 17, 2006)

    This is a great program which shows some very nice promise, however, there are a few things that make this a little tedious to use.

    A. No ability to use the windows context menu key (WIN KEY) to bring up the right click context menu on various entries.

    B. No way to drag/drop categories that have subcategories in them (I.E., you make a category (Finances) with a subcategory of (Credit Cards) that has entries in it, you cant drag/drop the whole MAIN category to another folder, you have to move the subcategories by themselves AFTER you create the new main category again.

    C. No way to assign a DEFAULT ICON for new entries in a specific group.

    Like I said, this program shows promise, and for what it does now, it does well, but I cant rate it a 5 just yet. Hopefully soon.

    For a more detailed review of keepass, see this URL for a review I did for as well as a screencast I just posted for it demonstrating its functionality.

  36. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.05 (Jun 1, 2006)

    Nice program. Does what it's intended to do.

    "Babylon2x" you should back up the KeePAss data to some media other than the Hard drive, e.g. CD. If the HDD crashes, as backup stored there will do no good.

  37. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.05 (May 20, 2006)

    This program is the absolute best of it's type. Now if only they could fix the CSV importing..

  38. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Mar 25, 2006)

    Can't get better than KeePass as far as password managers go. Secure and very easy to use!

  39. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Mar 7, 2006)

    It's good, but it doesn't have the ability to create timed backups (say, every 5 minutes). Should your computer happen to reset, or you shutdown without explicitly saving first, you might end up losing some passwords you've inputted... Having an autosave feature is pretty simple, it's disapointing this product still doesn't have one.

    I'm aware you can automatically save on locking, but as it is just me using this computer, I don't need the hassle of locking KeePass all the time.

  40. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 12, 2006)

    Simply The BEST!

  41. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 4, 2006)

    Been using it for a while, never had issues with it. Have a huge db with all my account info and expanding fast. Best of its field, and costs nothing.

    As for the people complaining that its not as good as Roboform... they are meant for completely different tasks. Like comparing Video editing software to something like Photoshop, because they both deal with visual art :/

    Anyway, great app :)

  42. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 4, 2006)

    Roboform is far superior to this home grown wonder.
    If you were starting from scratch this might be ok. Tried to import a csv, crash and burn. Doesn't seem to have any way of importing Roboform but then it would probabaly just crash as well.

  43. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    In the previous version , the db got corrupted or something, & I couldn't open it & lost all the data entries. Luckily I still had my roboform data. In this version it still won't open up a url & now it won't even autofill. On top of that after I locked the db it would not reopen. paper & pencil is more secure than this.
    To say that this & roboform are no comparison is an understatement. They are both designed to do EXACTLY the same thing. roboform works 10x better though

  44. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    KeePass is the best PASSWORD MANAGER that I have used. There may be other programs that are available (for a cost) that also manage passwords as a side task to other things.

    For utility and simplicity this is the best. It is super small. It can be run from a USB drive and does not have to be "Installed" on a windows PC in order to be used. I keep it and all of my passwords on my keychain so I have the info anywhere I go. To top it all off... it is FREE.

  45. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    It may be 'better' but RoboForm isn't really compareable since it doesn't have the same goals and isn't free. Yes, you can download a free version, but it is limited to 10 passcards which is likely insufficient even for grandma. I have 136 at the moment and about 50 in KeePass, they serve different uses for me, so I use both programs.

  46. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    roboform is better

  47. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    keepass is amasing
    I believe it is the best prog even in compare with
    commercial ones

  48. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.04 (Jan 3, 2006)

    Very useful program. And it's "open source", which means it's free for private use.

  49. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Dec 16, 2005)

    Simply Excellent and Very Usefull!!!!

  50. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Dec 14, 2005)

    Excellent Program, very secure, love it! must try!

  51. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Dec 2, 2005)

    I have a few apps, five to be exact that is either shareware or freeware/open source/donation ware that I can not live without.

    This is one of them. Keepass totally rocks since it is more secure against normal lam3r tools than the commercial competitors. The author have done one check or another before coding...

    What can I say? There are no guides or complicted installations or management of the database. Keepass just works.

    5 stars :)

  52. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Sep 11, 2005)

    The program is truly amazing.
    What do I like especially? I can choose between AES and Twofish. I love Blowfish and Twofish, they are much faster than AES, and it shows when you use large databases.

  53. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Sep 10, 2005)

    The man is hard at work!

    Donate to this great project, if you can.

    And watch out for the KeePass Password Safe rip-offs!

  54. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.03 (Sep 10, 2005)

    Great Program, works well, and is at a great price too! ;-)

  55. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.02 (Sep 5, 2005)

    KeePass does exactly what it's supposed to do--stores all your passwords and sensitive information securely and in an easily accessible place.

    It allows for groups and sub-grouping of passwords, which is great if you tend to have a lot of different passwords for sites, shells, IMs, bank logins and whatnot.

    I have been using it for a few versions now and I am definately happy with the way KeePass works!

  56. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.01 (Aug 31, 2005)

    Finally, a version that works well enough for me to dump Password Agent. Bye-bye shareware.

    It's ironic, but lately it seems to me that many freeware/open-source developers care more and work harder than their shareware counterparts, and that shareware is getting much more expensive at the same time. (I'm speaking generally here.)

    This is why I've dumped BestCrypt for TrueCrypt; PocoMail for Thunderbird, Opera for Firefox, PGP for GnuPG/GPGshell, and now Password Agent for KeePass Password safe. And it's why I now take some of the money I would have spent on shareware upgrades, and donate it to the freeware authors instead. (By the way, click here to donate to the worthy KeePass project!)

    Now, who was it who accused me of being anti-freeware?

    In any case, KeePass Password Safe and TrueCrypt would seem to make for a very good combination.

  57. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.01 (Aug 18, 2005)

    Excellent Program!!!

    Small, nice protection, low memory, I'm Impressed, a must try!

  58. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.01 (Aug 16, 2005)

    Great program. I have been using it for a while and it has never failed me. I use it on a pen drive and it works perfectly.

    I prefer my security software be open source (does not have to be free though, just open source) as you have no idea what back doors a closed source application may have. While I do not have the knowledge to review all of the KeePass source code myself I know that if someone who does finds a security problem it will spread like wildfire on the net.

  59. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.01 (Aug 16, 2005)

    Good News, everything requested is in the "plug-ins" section of their website! yippie!

    Great Program!

  60. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.01 (Aug 16, 2005)

    This superb app keeps getting better and better.
    Has many options you won't find even in some paid software.

  61. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.00 (Jul 12, 2005)

    Excellent open source password manager software.

    Do not look down on it just because it is not a Shareware product.

    It beats the shareware ones flat.

  62. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 1.00 (Jun 6, 2005)

    KeePass is one of the best, IMHO. However, there are two things that are preventing me from switching over: there needs to be more options for converting from other programs (ie. eWallet) and an ability to customize the names of column headers. (ie. Account #) For those starting to build their password database, without a doubt start with KeePass!

  63. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 23, 2005)

    Great tool and totally free, too, but just to be safe I use commercial encryption software for the most sensitive data, like Cryptainer.

  64. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 16, 2005)

    I have been using this small, great and handy program for a while.
    I do highly recommend KeePass to everybody.
    It is coming with all features but I wish it could provide an on-screen keyboard to combat keylogging software to bypass actual keyboard when entering passwords and other private information.
    Still it's the best :)

  65. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 15, 2005)

    Don't look at version number, just try it if you're tired of remembering all your passwords.

    Do his job perfectly. Very nice soft.

  66. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 15, 2005)

    Nice prog, been using it for a while but I wish these Open Source projects would get over the obsession with 0.99999 version numbers. It's like they're worried somebody will find a glaring hole (even after many, heavily scrutinized releases) and they want to be able to use the "pre-1.0" excuse if they need to. C'mon, if you expect to be taken seriously, call the next release 1.0, not 0.99d or 0.999zzz.

  67. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 14, 2005)

    I recommend KeePass to all... easy to use and to understand, all the features I need including the password generator. I really like the convenience of the high-quality, secure password generator.

  68. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 14, 2005)

    httpd.confused: may be you can do like I did. I spent a few hours to re-input manually all my previous passwords from another password manager. Time well spent, I'm glad I did because KeePass is really awesome.

  69. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 14, 2005)

    Works great and I like the ctrl+alt+a shortcut!
    very usefull.

  70. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99c (May 14, 2005)

    05/05/14 - 0.99c
    - Added new secure edit controls (if enabled, no password edit control spies can read out the text of the control; the password isn't even visible in the process memory of KeePass)

    I tested this, and it seems to work as designed. This finally quells my complaints (and those of others) regarding sensitive information being stored in memory.

    I do still find many things about the interface and general operation quite clunky, and sometimes downright inconvenient. For example:

    * Ctrl+F opens a search dialog sometimes, and other times does not--depending on what part of the main window has focus.

    * There is no accelerator key to jump to the toolbar's "quick search" text box. And once you're there, you have no easy way to jump to the entries below. (I do not consider hitting Tab more than once "easy", given how often I do this. I like the way Password Agent lets you simply press Enter one time.)

    * KeePass Password Safe has no capability to send IDs and passwords to the window with focus; rather, it forces you to enter title bar search strings in the Notes field (or use the default, which is *title*). This is ideal sometimes, but not always, since (1) It's inconvenient to set up; (2) It doesn't work with simple server authentication, and (3) Of course, web site titles can change at any time.

    * There seems to be no hotkey to send just the password--you either send the preconfigured auto-type stuff, or you send nothing. Password Agent has one hotkey to perform whatever auto-type function is configured, and another hotkey to auto-type just the password. This is very convenient with sites that store your user ID after the first visit.

    * Unless you have one all-encompassing group, with all of your entries in it, there is no way to view all entries at once. Even if you create a "Root" group, and make other groups a subgroup of that, selecting "Root" will not show the entries in the subgroups.

    * KeePass Password Safe will not save the database automatically, except when closed. Windows being what it is, I'd really like to see it save the database after every change, or on a timed interval.

    * There is no built-in backup function, either automatic or manual.

  71. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99b (Apr 3, 2005)

    Another excellent freeware program. It works well for me, and has strong encryption.

  72. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99b (Apr 2, 2005)


    good free programm. I think since 9/11 it is a good idea not to produce perfect encryption software. Also some hardware stores key strokes (typically such with a tab between). Keep in mind that also the swap file always contains such things like passwords.

    But I trust in government. They protect us. I love it!

  73. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99b (Apr 2, 2005)

    I still use password agent. Storing passwords in clear text is unforgivable.

  74. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99b (Apr 1, 2005)

    definitely an awesome program! i don't have a lot of experience with this particular type (password managers) but this does everything i want and more.

    - the 'plaintext' bug that keeps coming up in reviews and has yet to be fixed... I would hate to see this go 1.0 with such a glaring bug that has been brought to the developer's attention numerous times still existing.
    Please fix it!!!
    Otherwise, 5 stars for sure!

  75. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99a (Mar 29, 2005)

    What does price have to do with security? I agree that often times, you get only what you pay for, but also a lot of times, you don't.

    KeePass is open source, and open-source security products are generally preferable to closed-source security products. But open source isn't magic pixie dust. I haven't reviewed the code for KeePass, so I have no reason to trust it any more than I do anything else. I'll maintain this position until either I review it personally (ain't gonna happen), or until a reputable party like Bruce Schneier reviews it (also ain't gonna happen).

    Want to know something ironic, given the post by rijp below? (Note: The post I was originally referring to was subsequently deleted.) I found a bug in RoboForm not too long ago, in which the master password was stored in plaintext in memory--where it could easily be written to disk, or grabbed by malware. (Password Agent had the same bug, at the same time, coincidentally.) When I reported these bugs, the author of Password Agent fixed it immediately, but the RoboForm people initially told me "big deal".

    They eventually claimed to fix the bug, but by then, I had dumped their product... And their lousy attitude.

    Incidentally, judging only by the release notes for this version of KeePass, the security hole I mentioned below still exists. It's not a very major issue, though, and I still trust KeePass nearly as much as anything else. Overall, it is very well designed, and superior to even Password Agent in several respects.

    [P.S. Daze, I hope you weren't referring to me with your comment.]

  76. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99a (Mar 29, 2005)

    easily the best password manager i've ever used -- and its free as well! best to ignore the jerks that post "reviews" about KeePass just to promote their inferior (and pricey) password managers.

  77. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.99a (Mar 29, 2005)

    Why do people always post comments and advertise another application. It is blatently obvious the previous poster works for the product he is trying to promote. He mentions the name in EVERY paragraph and forces himself to say it.


  78. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98b (Mar 5, 2005)

    Nice, great feature set and design, but it still retains plaintext user IDs and even passwords in memory under some circumstances, whereas Password Agent does not.

    Having sensitive information in memory, in plaintext, makes it possible for it to be written to the page file or hibernation file, where it may reside indefinitely. It may even be (potentially) obtained remotely by way of a remote-access trojan.

    Sorry, I'm not talking about KeePass using the clipboard; I'm talking about simply having the "Add entry" or "Edit entry" dialog open, and KeePass retaining sensitive information in its own memory, in plain view. Test it with WinHex, and see for yourself. (If you can't duplicate it, you aren't doing it right.)

    Note: I did see the "In-memory passwords protection" blurb on the home page, but that's not accurate information. I proved it by looking at the KeePass process memory with my own eyes, not just by taking the author's word for it. Passwords do exist, in plaintext, under at least some circumstances while KeePass is running.

    Sorry, but Password Agent still seems more secure to me. Don't ever trust a security application at face value. Don't ever trust it blindly, even if it's open source. It took me seconds to find this security hole, which may not be critical, but certainly isn't "nothing".

    So, what was that other reviewer saying about being a "security conscious user"?

  79. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98b (Feb 28, 2005)

    Very nice program, and has quite a lot of features. And, you can't beat the price of $0.00.

  80. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98b (Feb 28, 2005)

    This the best password manager I've ever used. It's just plain great. It deserves 5 out of 5, and that's what I'm giving it.


  81. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98a (Dec 24, 2004)

    An excellent password manager ( I have tried plenty of them )

    clean interface, password generators, and an option to copy passwords to the clipboard for a set amount of time (eg: 10 seconds).

    Best of all, it is completley free with no limitations!

    If you are looking for a password manager, then this is the one to download.

  82. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98a (Nov 22, 2004)

    This is an awesome product. As a security conscious user, I downloaded the source, checked it and then compiled my own builds.

    It has all the features I'm looking + it's free.

  83. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.98a (Nov 22, 2004)

    KeePass is definately getting to the point where I'd consider switching from eWallet. There are two related, major features that I find lacking from .98a. First, KeePass does not save column views independently for each category. Secondly, it does not allow me to create new columns for data which doesn't fall under the pre-created ones.

    Once/if these two features are implemented I'll switch over. At which point, I hope the author also includes a nice import utility to convert an eWallet database. ;)

  84. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97c (Oct 14, 2004)

    Great software. I was using PINs for long time as many paople i know, but... this is the best and its still beta....

  85. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97c (Oct 12, 2004)

    Nice piece of software. Have been using PINs for quite a while, Oubliette before that, and KeePass seems to combine all the key elements required in this type of software. Still in beta but interface is very slick/presentable and the options for securing the data, ie, strong passwords, user definable locking, etc., are there. Recommended.

  86. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97c (Oct 12, 2004)

    Very impressive. I will give it a 5-star rating when it supports hotkeys or some other automation method (and the author does say that 0.98a will have such a feature).

  87. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97c (Oct 9, 2004)

    A verry nice program. And I like when it generates a password, you can choose how many good the password is.. for instance- with characters like ╥yf©
    and how when it is generating the password you can move your mouse around, and it generates it by your mouse movements. Just a verry cool, and save program, the best of it's kind.

    ONE MORE THING, and possibly the BEST thing about it. For those of you that havn't tried it, let me explain... KeePass is goin to be used to store ALL, or ALL the PASSWORDS that you WANT IN IT... ok
    Now, The actual program is guarded by a password right? WELL, if you have a thumb drive (those little hard drives about the size of your thumb) you can set it so IT is your KEY TO THE PROGRAM. When you bring up KeePass, you pick your data base, and when it asks for the password, you plug your THUMB DRIVE in... and that is it. A key that you can take with you. If you do that, make a backup copy on floppy and put it in a locked box, or under the rug or something. It is VERRY COOL. You can also store the master password on a floppy (that is what I do), or on a CD-R, of just type it in if you know what it is. But if you set the encription high enough, I doubt you will be able to type the password in.

  88. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97a (Sep 14, 2004)

    Bugs fixed, full backward compatibility, 1 kb bigger than 0.96b, open source ...
    I can't rate it anything else than 5/5

  89. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.97a (Sep 13, 2004)

    a neat little program the author has obviously put a lot of time and effort into. just look at the list of changes in this release - he is obviously very committed to producing a high class product,

  90. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96b Beta (Aug 4, 2004)

    I think this is the best program of its kind. The developer listens to requests (at least my request seems to be the reason for v0.96b), which is great. If this program doesn't do want you want, maybe you could look at the freeware/shareware program AI Roboform at, which also has some nice features and is quite different from this prorgram.
    If you are just looking for a password safe, look no further, this is creme-de-la-creme

  91. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96b Beta (Aug 3, 2004)

    Review update: I've finished converting (manually) my PasswordSafe DB to KeePass. I'm glad I made the switch. KeePass is in the category of freeware that is (very?) superior to the comparable shareware/commercial products.

  92. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96b Beta (Aug 3, 2004)

    Wow! This app is really cool! My friends think the same! I do hope that, in the future. I can expect plugins for PDAs :-).

  93. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96a (Jul 18, 2004)

    absolutely awesome password keeper program and its free too!

  94. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96a (Jul 17, 2004)

    Unbelivable how nice this freeware is! I used PasswordSafe since 2 years and was missing all the features KeePass gives me now. Explorer like treeview, lots of import and export options,
    password quality analysis and more. A really great tool with commercial quality. Too bad for the password safe team, but since the last year the development goes to the wrong direction... And now KeePass is there.

  95. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.96a (Jul 16, 2004)

    Excellent quality, Open Source, Smart design. I've also tried several pwd managers. Was settled on the freeware version of Bagusoft PwdSafe last year. KeePass offers almost the same functionnalities, with better GUI. I'll go for it because it is Open Source. Even if I need to retype all my pwd list.

  96. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.95b (Jun 9, 2004)

    Simply the best. And i've been through quite a few shareware/non- open source password-keeping solutions. This software beats them all.
    Main features I appreciate: searchable db, ability to group entries, set expiry dates on your passwords, choose which encryption algorithm to use, and many more.

  97. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 0.95b (Jun 9, 2004)

    Its portable, its open source, its updated quite often without breaking backwards compatibility, its working ... the best password store I could find.

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