Without a doubt the most advanced state-of-the-art password manager. Anything you can think of or not think of this small-footprint application can do: - fully portable - small-footprint in size space and memory - password generator with customizations - ability to open programs with integrated cmd shell - match login data by URL field, title - regex matching - secure database for storing not only login data but also other sensitive information
Very useful project!
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.
I was looking forward to using KeePass Password Safe and thought it would be useful because I could add custom fields. However, if I select the fields for one group or file, I can't select a different set of fields for another group or file. That makes the program useless for my requirements. If the developer would build that functionality into the program, my rating would change to 5 stars.