16 Aug 2014 @ 2:10 PM 

plockb75I’ve been using KeePass for a 5 or 6 years now and it makes generating secure passwords and retaining them safely very simple.  Additionally it stores the web pages they may refer to as hyper-links.  You can also run it from a USB memory stick and have all you details encrypted and to hand on the road.

I was after a simple method of importing my numerous internet passwords and ClockWork’s Firefox to KeePass Importer plugin covers this task nicely.  If you have a lot of saved PW, and you use the import favicon option this takes a little time.

One other top tip, combine this with Dropbox and you have a truly mobile synchronised Database accessible from the Android version of Keepass too! (or your iPhone for that matter)…

Lots of changes in the latest version.

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 03 Nov 2012 @ 2:04 PM 

I’ve been using KeePass for a couple of years now and it makes generating secure passwords and retaining them safely very simple.  Additionally it stores the web pages they may refer to as hyper-links.  You can also run it from a USB memory stick and have all you details encrypted and to hand on the road.

I was after a simple method of importing my numerous internet passwords and ClockWork’s Firefox to KeePass Importer plugin covers this task nicely.  If you have a lot of saved PW, and you use the import favicon option this takes a little time.  One other top tip, combine this with Dropbox and you have a truly mobile synchronised Database accessible from the Android version of Keepass too! (or your iPhone for that matter)…

Lots of changes in the latest version.

Downloads

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Last Edit: 03 Nov 2012 @ 02:06 PM

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 28 Oct 2012 @ 12:05 PM 

If yours is on this list, best you revisit your setting and fix them pronto…

Your password should be a unique string of characters that only you know and should also be a non-dictionary term (random letters as opposed to the name of your pet). Because we put so much information on the Internet, a strong password is all but necessary.

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Last Edit: 28 Oct 2012 @ 12:05 PM

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 12 May 2011 @ 9:14 AM 

How do gotchas like this get past testing…

The risks stem from the fact that most graphics cards and drivers have not been written with security in mind so that the interface (API) they expose assumes that the applications are trusted

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 06 Mar 2010 @ 7:33 AM 

I’ve been using KeePass for a couple of years now and it makes generating secure passwords and retaining them safely very simple.  Additionally it stores the web pages they may refer to as hyper-links.  You can also run it from a USB memory stick and have all you details encrypted and to hand on the road.

Lots of improvements in the new version, which I heartily recommend.

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