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If a virus is on your computer at the time any program handles sensitive data, you're hosed. KeePass does as much as it can to protect your passwords from malware, but no solution can be bulletproof; once malware is running on your computer, the machine cannot be trusted. Let's look at some of the security features: Database encryption. Without your ...


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I regularly use KeePass under mono on MacOS. I have just upgraded from KeePass 2.30 to 2.31 and found the same thing. KeePass 2.30 works correctly for me. I think we both need to bring this up in the KeePass forums. EDIT: The issue has already been raised in the forums, I didn't find it the first time I looked. I'm blaming the terrible search on ...


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Using a revision control system will probably work fine, until two users try to concurrently edit the file. git will have no idea how to merge the conflicts, so you'll be reduced to picking just one which is messy. However, keepass keeps some internal revision history in the kdbx file, and it has support for synchronising changes with another (possibly ...



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