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  • Excelent application with many add-ons to do all you need with your passwords

  • Really the best. Once you set it up with Google Drive it is a safe and secure solution that will work on all your devices. Source Forge made me change my password to write this review, and it didn't annoy me nearly as much as it would have without KeePass!

  • Excellent, far superior to insecure alternatives like 1Password because KeePass is free, open source and has been independently verified by experts. It has a number of advanced options yet is easy to use, regularly updated and offers the most features. You also get to choose where you store your data - on your computer or in the cloud.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • EXCELLENT

  • 用了好多年,一直没换过,非常好用!

  • I've KeePass user for many years, and I haven't found anything that suits be better than this one, or that inspires more confidence.

  • Well, MOS8651 if you absolutely must complicate this superbly simple open source program then may I recommend you download a selection from the large store of available plugins, several of which knock down your wish list.

  • Excellent tool!

  • it works fine

  • Super programm. Nice job, guys!

  • Keepass has SO much potential to be a really great password manager and more, but unfortunately, it lacks a lot of key functions that are present on other managers. For instance, integrated two factor authentication, no integrated browser/mobile connection, and lacks a proper ability to store form and identity data (credit card info, for instance). The real advantages that Keepass has going for it is: open-source, good password generator, and good encryption. I really think that the developers should start charging for the service so we can get some of these key features going. I would gladly pay, as I think many would. What we need is a full open-source password manager that has the abilities of managers like 1password or LastPass.

  • Small and usefull;

  • This program makes my life a LOT easier. All I have to do is remember one password to remember them all. Every single one of my passwords is in a database I created with KeePass. I love how dependable it is and how easy it is to set up a database. Additionally, if for whatever reason you don't prefer AES encryption, you can install a plugin for a different algorithm (such as Serpent or Twofish, though I personally prefer Serpent).

  • best

  • I like the idea - but it's for the more advanced user. It has it's pros and cons.

  • Excelent way to save passwords

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • 1.x branch is most useful, the DotNet one... not for me thanks

  • Excelent

  • Best password manager out there! Use at work and even got my 79 year old father to use it!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • One of the best password manager out there and it's open source.

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Brilliant!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • After I had 3 pages with passwords, I tried some database. Important for me are 2 things : Easy handling, simple import. Import in text form is used since about 1990 and simple to do. Easy handling, I just started, if necessary I read the info and that worked great. Finding some entry is also wonderfull, typing the name and there you go. The best thing is you can use it portable. I use the portable version on my computers. I can now just copy the new version and the base is not touched. In the mean time I learned this database is also practical in storing technical computer info, IP numbers . one of the very nice things is the TAN. Since I get those tans on paper, I scan them and then copy and past them in the base. Works almost perfect (You must control!). The copy function is also very good. I tried some other bases also commercial but was not comvinced. I want my passwords under my control and that is important. Your team has done a very good job. I'm using my computers since 1980, I did some programming and your programm is top ten. Also the frequent updates gives me a lot of confidence in your work.

  • After I had 3 pages with passwords, I tried some database. Important for me are 2 things : Easy handling, simple import. Import in text form is used since about 1990 and simple to do. Easy handling, I just started, if necessary I read the info and that worked great. Finding some entry is also wonderfull, typing the name and there you go. The best thing is you can use it portable. I use the portable version on my computers. I can now just copy the new version and the base is not touched. In the mean time I learned this database is also practical in storing technical computer info, IP numbers . one of the very nice things is the TAN. Since I get those tans on paper, I scan them and then copy and past them in the base. Works almost perfect (You must control!). The copy function is also very good. I tried some other bases also commercial but was not comvinced. I want my passwords under my control and that is important. Your team has done a very good job. I'm using my computers since 1980, I did some programming and your programm is top ten. Also the frequent updates gives me a lot of confidence in your work.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Excellent! I've been using this program a long time!

    2 users found this review helpful.
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