KeePass 2.14 erschienen

Der freie Passwortsafe KeePass ist nun in der Version 2.14 erschienen. Dieser bringt einiges an Neuerungen und Fixes mit sich:


  • Added option to lock after some time of global user inactivity.
  • Added option to lock when the remote control status changes.
  • Auto-type on Unix-like systems: added special key code support (translation to X KeySyms) and support for {DELAY X} and {DELAY=X}.
  • *]Added window activation support on Unix-like systems.
  • Auto-type on Windows: added {VKEY X} special key code (sends virtual key X).
  • Added support for importing DataVault 4.7 CSV files.
  • Added support for importing Revelation 0.4 XML files.
  • Added ‘Auto-Type - Without Context’ application policy to disable the ‘Perform Auto-Type’ command (Ctrl+V), but still leave global auto-type available.
  • Added option to collapse newly-created recycle bin tree nodes.
  • Added ‘Size’ column in the history list of the entry dialog.
  • Added trigger action to remove custom toolbar buttons.
  • Added kdbx:// URL scheme overrides (for Windows and Unix-like systems; disabled by default).
  • Added KeePass.exe.config file to redirect old assemblies to the latest one, and explicitly declare .NET 4.0 runtime support.
  • Added documentation for the ‘-pw-enc’ command line parameter, the {PASSWORD_ENC} placeholder and URL overrides.
  • Added workaround for ^/& .NET SendKeys issue.


  • New locking timer (using a timeout instead of a countdown).
  • Improved locking when the Windows session is being ended or switched.
  • Improved multi-database locking.
  • Separated the options for locking when the computer is locked and the computer is about to be suspended.
  • {FIREFOX} placeholder: added support for registry-redirected 32-bit Firefox installations on 64-bit Windows systems.
  • File transactions: the NTFS/EFS encryption flag is now also preserved when the containing directory isn’t encrypted.
  • The IPC channel name on Unix-like systems is now dependent on the current user and machine name.
  • KeePass now selects the parent group after deleting a group.
  • Entries are now marked as modified when mass-changing their colors or icons.
  • Key states are now queried on interrupt level.
  • A {DELAY=X} global delay now affects all characters of a keystroke sequence when TCATO is enabled, too.
  • Improved dialog closing when exiting automatically.
  • Plugin-provided entry list columns can now be right-aligned at KeePass startup already.
  • Removed KDBX DOM code.
  • Installer: the KeePass start menu shortcut is now created directly in the programs folder; the other shortcuts have been removed (use the Control Panel for uninstalling and the ‘Help’ menu in KeePass to access the help).
  • Various code optimizations.
  • Minor other improvements.


  • Quotes in parameters for the ‘Execute command line / URL’ trigger action are now escaped correctly.
  • Auto-type on Unix-like systems: window filters without wildcards now match correctly.

KeePass kann unter folgender URL kostenlos heruntergeladen werden (für Linux muss Mono installiert sein): KeePass Password Safe


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Läuft bislang sehr gut. Unter Linux habe ich allerdings nur das Manko, dass ich die Makro Funktion nicht verwenden kann. Also dass beim Drücken von STRG+V der Username und das Passwort übernommen wird. Das geht unter Windows sauber. Wer Windows / Linux parallel nutzt kann auch auf den gleichen Passwortsafe zugreifen. Dieser sollte dann unter Windows auf einer Partition liegen und man sich unter Linux einen Schreibzugriff auf das NTFS legen. Alternativ geht der Passwortsafe auch im Netzwerk (FTP oder so).