Hi,

This is to announce the release of PasswordSafe version 3.32 for Windows, as well as a new Beta release, 0.92, for Linux. This is a minor release, fixing a few minor issues, adding a few features, as described below. Thanks to Saurav, DK and Andrey for their help in this release, and to pm_kan, Karlo, Francois, and Bjorne, for updating the Russian,  German, French, and Swedish translations. 

New Features for 3.32
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  • Support Yubico's YubiKey authentication token. Previously this product was supported in a separate branch.
  • [705] User can choose not to let PasswordSafe record which virtual keyboard was used.
  • [703] Changing a database opened in read-only mode to read/write will revert when the database is locked.
  • [695] Allow a keyboard shortcut to be associated with selecting an entry. Please see Help entry for more details.

Changes to Existing Features in 3.32
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  • Add validation of entry field XML characters to ensure resulting file can be imported.  Note: any field containing an invalid character will not be exported and a comment added to the export file and the report.
  • [718] The Run command can now accept $e or $email and will expand this to the entry's e-mail.

Bugs fixed in 3.32
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  • [1124] Copying the username of a shortcut entry now works correctly.
  • [1122] -d dialog no longer needs password verification.
  • [1121] Help now displays correctly for Import XML settings.
  • [1113] Filters now handle empty fields correctly.
  • [1108] Manage Password Policy lists and Edit Entry's Notes fonts are set to same as for main list/tree, user-configurable.
  • [1101] Autotype email and url now works with shortcut.
  • [Prevent Alt+Enter or Ctrl+Enter when setting the Application Hotkey in PasswordSafe options dialog closing the dialog and saving an invalid Hotkey.
  • Support wrap scrolling in the ListView using up and down arrow keys.


The PasswordSafe2Go version will be updated soon and available from
http://www.shareit.com/product.html?cart=1&productid=300597408&stylefrom=300597408
(Owners of previous releases are invited to contact me for an update)


The Windows release may be downloaded from
https://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/ (Newest Files):
http://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/passwordsafe/3.32/pwsafe-3.32.exe/download (installer)
http://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/passwordsafe/3.32/pwsafe-3.32-bin.zip/download (zip file with binaries, for those who don't like installers)
http://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/passwordsafe/3.32/pwsafe-3.32.msi/download (Microsoft installer)
http://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/passwordsafe/3.32/pwsafe-3.32-src.zip/download (source code)

SHA-1 checksums:
c3410ed4f6a2ee2680811bc1c62c46ff36d8ba47 *pwsafe-3.32.exe
c6260df437bcd69ebf99ae27355314950bbc97d1 *pwsafe-3.32.msi
8e0b948347d8bf8dce3d66b59ac49aa3163655ec *pwsafe-3.32-bin.zip
e94ee8dac235289b2cba28ec75faea9b5ccac22d *pwsafe-3.32-src.zip

Linux packages may be found under
https://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/files/Linux-BETA/0.92/
There are currently deb packages for current Debian and Ubuntu distros (32 and 64 bit) as well as Fedora 32bit RPMs:
SHA-1 checksums:

a3aaba92c5fd4a90ff8ce3df737bdae08667f415 *passwordsafe-debian-0.92BETA.amd64.deb
60a79d825ee0a5df7f56d4f89e95e9f140deefba *passwordsafe-debian-0.92BETA.i686.deb
fed17b38134095e58c81e4d15cfcbac58f54c79f *passwordsafe-ubuntu-0.92BETA.amd64.deb
55cf0c3aaa5ad035754cb46f399c343acec0fef9 *passwordsafe-ubuntu-0.92BETA.i686.deb

d6048dc5f2fc626aa4a0d8d9c87d0b1b0bd69d6c *pwsafe-0.92BETA-2.i386.rpm
9e6b60cdba691db5b5a50aa71fe87d6df8657750 *pwsafe-0.92BETA-2.src.rpm

Note that this release also includes PGP/GPG signature files of the respective packages. These were signed with my new SourceForge account key, keyid 5CCF8BB3, key fingerprint = A703 C132 8EAB C7B2 0175  3BA3 9194 6451 5CCF 8BB3, available from a PGP keyserver near you (such as http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x5CCF8BB3).


Enjoy,

  Rony