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Keepass updates

#1 Post by Ennovy » Sat Oct 13, 2007 10:17 am

This is an update (1.09) with many new features and improvements. Also several bugfixes.
The complete list: http://keepass.info/news/n071012_1.09.html
Download the zip package here: http://keepass.info/download.html

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Keepass 1.12

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Keepass 1.13 -- .NET not required

#4 Post by webfork » Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:35 pm

Despite what was suggested in this thread...

http://portablefreeware.com/forums/view ... ht=keepass

... there do not appear to be .NET dependencies with the latest version. Additionally, the program has become very cross-platform (not XP and Vista only).

1.12
http://portablefreeware.com/?id=194

1.13
http://keepass.info/download.html
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#5 Post by bassiliin » Fri Oct 17, 2008 1:15 am

.net is required if you want to use version 2.x

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#6 Post by webfork » Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:20 pm

Bassiliin is right ...

http://keepass.info/devstatus.html#whynet_port

... however, it does look like the 2.0 code is at least 6 months to a year away and much of the development seems contingent upon .NET continuing to be cross-platform and portable. If he can package the .NET libraries into the software, no one here will notice or care.

And, if not, the 1.x series will continue to be supported even after that:

http://keepass.info/devstatus.html#status1x
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KeePass 1.15

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KeePass 1.22

#8 Post by joby_toss » Sat Jun 06, 2009 10:20 am

Changes:
09/06/06 - 1.16
  • - Added option to use Windows' CNG/BCrypt API for key
    transformations (about 50% faster than the KeePass built-in
    key transformation code; by increasing the amount of rounds
    by 50%, you'll get the same waiting time as in 1.15, but the
    protection against dictionary and guessing attacks is raised
    by a factor of 1.5; option enabled by default; only Windows
    Vista and higher)
    - Completely new update checking system that now also supports
    checking for new plugin versions
    - Added warning when trying to open a KDBX file created by
    KeePass 2.x (with hint about how to migrate from 2.x to 1.x)
    - Added 'KeeAutoNewDbBasePath' and 'KeeAutoNewDbBaseName'
    configuration options (to specify the default location where
    the database file will be stored in mini mode)
    - Added advanced option to immediately delete TAN entries after
    using them
    - Added '-minimize' command line option
    - Added '-registerfileext' and '-unregisterfileext' command
    line options to register/unregister the KDB file association
    - File association methods are now UAC aware
    - Added check for reserved group names (like 'Backup')
    - On Windows Vista and higher, core database manager error /
    warning messages are displayed using modern task dialogs
    - The number of days below which entries are treated as soon to
    expire can now be configured (see help -> customize)
    - Plugins: added new COM interface (IKpAPI2) for the main API
    that allows querying whether the database is the one
    initially specified on the command line
    - Key provider plugin API: new key query method that supports
    context information

    - Image list handling improvements
    - When auto-locking after the specified number of seconds of
    inactivity, KeePass minimizes to taskbar or to tray,
    depending on the 'Minimize to tray instead of taskbar' option
    - Plugin versions are now displayed in a separate column in the
    plugins dialog
    - When trying to open a second master key dialog or auto-type
    entry selection dialog for a window, KeePass brings itself to
    the foreground instead of showing a second dialog
    - Calculation of soon to expire entries is now more precise
    - Various improvements to status bar messages
    - Improved workspace locking toolbar button tooltips
    - Installer: various minor improvements
    - Various code optimizations
    - Minor other improvements

    - Newlines of the notes field are now encoded correctly in
    exports when Unix mode is enabled
    - New databases do not inherit file names of previous locked
    databases anymore
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfile ... _id=101217

http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=194
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Re: KeePass 1.16

#9 Post by the_watcher » Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:49 am

keepass was updated to version 1.20 yesterday. i can see it if i search for keepass. but why it's not showing up on the main page, if you click at the most recent?

sorry to post here, but i thought the question was not that important to open a new topic

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Re: KeePass 1.16

#10 Post by joby_toss » Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:57 am

I can see it on this page: http://keepass.info/
Changes from 1.19b to 1.20:

New Features:
Added option to specify a database color; by specifying a color, the main window icon and the tray icon are recolored.
When searching for a string containing a whitespace character, KeePass now splits the terms and reports all entries containing all of the terms (e.g. when you search for "Forum KeePass" without the quotes, all entries containing both "Forum" and "KeePass" are reported); the order of the terms is arbitrary; if you want to search for a term containing whitespace, enclose the term in quotes.
Added support for sending keystrokes (auto-type) to windows that are using different keyboard layouts.

Improvements:
Improved version formatting in update dialog.
On Windows Vista and higher, the restart dialog after changing the language is now shown as modern task dialog.
KeePassLibC can now be compiled in debug x64 and release Unicode x64 mode.
Various code optimizations.
Minor other improvements.

Bugfixes:
(None).

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Re: KeePass 1.16

#11 Post by ashghost » Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:26 am

joby_toss, I'm pretty sure that the_watcher was talking about being able to find it on TPFC.

the_watcher, what you're noticing is not a bug, but a restriction on the number of times an app can get pushed to the top of the "recent updates" listing on the front page in a short period of time. Last fall, a couple of apps got really out of hand, publishing updates every couple of days, which didn't seem fair, since they would get exposed more often to casual visitors to PortableFreeware.com.

Here are the relevant discussion threads from last fall: http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... =18&t=6134 and http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... =18&t=6960

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Re: KeePass 1.16

#12 Post by the_watcher » Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:49 am

yes, i was talking about tpfc. i didn't describe it very well [sorry joby_toss]

thank you for explaining this, ashghost.

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Re: KeePass 1.16

#13 Post by joby_toss » Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:17 pm

Ah, sorry!

Yes, this is because it was previously updated on the 22nd by Magibon ... and TPFC's "anti-abuse" system works. :)

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Re: KeePass 1.16

#14 Post by joby_toss » Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:31 am

Changes from 1.21 to 1.22:

New Features:
Auto-Type window definitions in custom window-sequence pairs are now Spr-compiled (i.e. placeholders, environment variables, field references, etc. can be used).
Auto-Type: entry titles are now Spr-compiled before being compared with the target window title.
Added support for 's' HTML tag in the notes field (in the entry view of the main window the marked text is striked out).
Supported HTML tags (b, i, u, s) are now removed from notes before showing them in the main entry list.
Regular expression replacements can now be applied to the notes before showing them in the main entry list (the KeeNotesRegex# items in the configuration file specify the regular expressions and KeeNotesFormat# the replacements).
Added option to select a different font for notes ('Tools' -> 'Options' -> tab 'Interface' -> button 'Select Notes Font').
Ensuring same keyboard layouts during auto-type is now optional (option enabled by default).
Added regular expression support in x64 builds.
Master key transformations are now computed in two threads in x64 builds, too; on dual/multi core processors this results in almost twice the performance as before (by doubling the amount of rounds you'll get the same waiting time as in 1.21, but the protection against dictionary and guessing attacks is doubled).

Improvements:
Improved key transformation delay calculation.
The program options are now also accessible while the database is locked.
Column headers in a search results list are now unclickable (search results cannot be sorted anyway).
Improved string translation in task dialogs.
Improved dialog display state handling.
Added '@' and '`' to the printable 7-bit ASCII character set.
Merged simple and extended special character spaces to one special character space.
Reduced control character space from 60 to 32.
Upgraded to Boost libraries version 1.49.0.
Various code optimizations.
Minor other improvements.

Bugfixes:
The 'Add Entry' tray context menu command is now disabled when a dialog is displayed.
The toolbar state is now updated after clicking a group link in the entry details view.

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KeePass 1.25

#15 Post by LeonardB » Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:20 am

http://keepass.info/news/n130120_1.25.html

Changes from 1.24 to 1.25:

New Features:

Added option to show the tray icon only if the main window has been sent to the tray.
The caret position in a secure edit control is now preserved when unhiding and hiding the content.
When starting KeePass for the first time, it asks whether to enable the automatic update check or not (if not enabled already).
KeePass now shows an error message when the user accidentally attempts to use a database file as key file.
When holding Alt while double-clicking onto a notes field in the main entry list, KeePass now copies the displayed cell text instead of the raw notes to the clipboard.

Improvements:

{GOOGLECHROME} placeholder: updated detection code to also support the latest versions of Chrome.
Enhanced user switch detection.
Moved quick search options to a separate category.
Improved update check.
The 'No updates available' message is not shown in the status bar anymore (updates and errors are shown).
Unified clipboard methods.
Changed naming of translation files.
Upgraded installer.
Upgraded to Boost libraries version 1.52.0.
Various code optimizations.
Minor other improvements.

Bugfixes:

(None).

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