PasswordSafe 3.25 released

Password Safe is a password database utility. Users can keep their passwords securely encrypted on their computers. A single Safe Combination unlocks them all.

This release has a couple of nice new features, as described below, some bug fixes, as well as support for:
Chinese (full), Dutch (partial), French (full), German (full), Korean (partial), Russian (full), Swedish (full), Danish (partial), Polish (partial), and Spanish (full).
(If you're interested in supporting your language, please let me know.)

Thanks to:
- Bert, Bjorn, Francois, Fred, freedoctor, Jose, Karlo, Kees, pm_kan, poserpro and Seunggyun for their translation efforts and feedback on this release,
- The PasswordSafe testers for vetting this release,
- DK for his work and patience,
- Sauravg and pm_kan for their work on the Linux beta,
- All the users who provide feedback, bug reports, suggestions and the occasional donation...

The release may be downloaded from (Newest Files): (installer) (zip file with binaries, for those who don't like installers) (Microsoft installer) (source code)

SHA-1 checksums:
3d3a096f9f9df6723759f00dadd3f43f1f894331 pwsafe-3.25.exe

Note that this release also includes PGP/GPG signature files of the respective packages. These were signed with my SourceForge account key, keyid FA175557, key fingerprint = FF77 379D D46D DAA6 6182 B452 1D79 5A91 FA17 5557, available from a PGP keyserver near you (such as

Folks interested in the Linux version of PasswordSafe are invited to subscribe to the passwordsafe-linux mailing list ( Annoucements of Linux version releases will be made to this list.



P.S. If you're interested in helping out by testing pre-release versions of PasswordSafe, we've created a mailing list expressly for that purpose. Please join it at

Posted by Rony Shapiro 2011-03-18

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