KeePassXC Blog

KeePassXC 2.3.2 released

Today we announce the second 2.3 maintenance release KeePassXC 2.3.2.

This release focuses on refining the favorite icon downloader, SSH Agent, and browser integration feature. A complimenting update to the browser plugin is also being released to increase reliability and usability.

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KeePassXC 2.3.1 released

A week has gone by since our last big feature release and today we announce the first 2.3 maintenance release KeePassXC 2.3.1.

KeePassXC 2.3 came with a lot of new features and, not unexpectedly, also quite a few new bugs, which we address in this new release.

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KeePassXC 2.3.0 released

After a short beta phase, we are proud to release KeePassXC 2.3.0.

With this release, we reach another major milestone on our journey to providing you with the best and most secure cross-platform password management tool. KeePassXC 2.3 comes with a lot of new features and bug fixes which our users have been waiting for long enough.

Among the highlights of the release are KDBX 4.0, Argon2 as a new key derivation function, SSH agent integration, a new entry preview panel and an all-new browser plugin, called KeePassXC-Browser, which replaces the old KeePassHTTP-based plugins.

Thanks to our active community, KeePassXC also received a great number of new and updated translations and is now available in 32 languages, with even more being under development on Transifex!

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The Pwned buzz and why you really don't need this database

If you watched your social media channels over the last few days, you probably haven’t missed the media buzz about the launch of the new Pwned V2 Passwords database, not least because of our popular competitor 1Password integrating it as a service for you, so you can check if your beloved passwords have been compromised.

The database contains the SHA-1 hashes of half a billion leaked passwords. So if you want a new and secure password, you can now easily check it against a fairly large collection of known bad and compromised passwords. Neat, right?

Well…, we do appreciate the ’;–have i been pwned? service to check if one of your accounts has been stolen immensely, but let me explain why you really don’t need a database of bad passwords.

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KeePassXC 2.3.0-beta1 released

Today we release a first beta preview of KeePassXC 2.3.0.

The release is marked as experimental and allows you to test all the new features that will be coming in 2.3 before the final release. You can find the proper package for your operating system on our GitHub downloads page

Ubuntu PPA users can install the keepassxc-beta package in parallel with their stable keepassxc package.

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KeePassXC 2.3: Translators needed

The next big KeePassXC release is only weeks away and we are getting very anxious about releasing a first public beta version as soon as possible.

The new 2.3 release will bring a lot of new and long-awaited features to you. But lots of new features also mean lots of new and updated strings waiting to be translated and this is where we need you!

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KeePassXC 2.2.4 released

Today we announce the release of KeePassXC 2.2.4.

This release is purely a stability release. Most importantly, we corrected a critical issue, where database corruption could occur under specific circumstances and also fixed several minor deployment issues and violations of the freedesktop specification for our Linux releases.

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KeePassXC Ubuntu PPA Launched

With our AppImage and Snap release, KeePassXC runs on almost any desktop Linux platform today. While especially the AppImage is extremely versatile and portable, we fully understand if users prefer a package that integrates better with their desktop system.

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KeePassXC 2.2.2 released

Today we announce with KeePassXC 2.2.2 the second patch release for KeePassXC 2.2.x. This release contains mostly fixes for our AppImage and Snap packages, but als numerous other bug fixes.

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KeePassXC 2.2.1 released

After a little delay, we are very proud to announce the release of KeePassXC 2.2.1. This release comes with lots of bug fixes for the previous major release.

The team worked hard to fix any bugs reported by the community and managed to resolve 59 issues.

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