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Acknowledgements / Credits

Thanks to various people for contributions and/or work.

At this place I want to thank a lot of people very much for their help, source code, suggestions and other contributions (in no particular order).


Donation Acknowledgements

Developing high-quality applications takes much time and resources. Donations make it possible to keep up the current development standard. Therefore, thanks a lot to all who donated to the project.

More information about donations and a list of people who donated can be found here: KeePass Donations.


Source Code Acknowledgements

KeePass uses some classes and libraries written by different people and given away for free. Here I want to thank them for writing these classes and libraries.

AuthorClass / Library
Szymon Stefanek C++ implementation of the AES/Rijndael encryption algorithm.
Niels Ferguson C implementation of the Twofish encryption algorithm.
Brian Gladman C implementation of the SHA-2 (256/384/512) hashing algorithms.
Alvaro Mendez MFC class for validating edit controls (CAMSEdit).
Brent Corkum MFC class for XP-style menu (BCMenu).
Davide Calabro MFC class for buttons with icons (CButtonST).
Zorglab, Chris Maunder, Alexander Bischofberger, James White, Descartes Systems Sciences Inc. MFC class for color pickers (CColourPickerXP).
Peter Mares MFC class for window side banners (CKCSideBannerWnd).
Chris Maunder MFC class for system tray icons (CSystemTray).
Hans Dietrich, Chris Maunder MFC class for hyperlinks in dialogs (XHyperLink).
Lallous Class for sending simulated keystrokes to other applications (CSendKeys).
PJ Naughter MFC classes for checking for single instance (CSingleInstance) and version information (CVersionInfo).
Bill Rubin Command line C++ classes.
Boost Developers Boost C++ libraries.
Daniel Dinu, Dmitry Khovratovich, Jean-Philippe Aumasson, Samuel Neves, Thomas Pornin C implementation of the Argon2 password hashing function.

AuthorResource
Mark Burnett List of 10000 Top Passwords, which KeePass uses in its password quality estimation algorithm.


Icon Acknowledgements

Thanks a lot to Christopher Bolin for creating the main KeePass icon (see top left on this page) and its variations. Many thanks to Victor Andreyenkov for refining the application icons.

Many thanks to David Vignoni for creating the nice 'Nuvola' icon theme. Most of the icons used in KeePass and on its website are icons of this theme. You can find the original images on the website of the author, and the license below.

Furthermore, thanks to the authors of the following icons that KeePass uses:


Translation Acknowledgements

Thanks a lot to all people who created translations for KeePass.


Plugin Acknowledgements

Many thanks to all people who wrote plugins for KeePass. Without you, KeePass would be a lot less powerful and useful!


Tools Acknowledgements

Thanks to Jordan Russell for creating Inno Setup. This tool is used to create the KeePass installation program.

Thanks to Dimitri van Heesch for the Doxygen utility, which is used to compile the source code documentation.


Hosting/Distribution Acknowledgements


SourceForge Thanks to SourceForge for hosting the KeePass downloads / translations / plugins and for providing the project support platform (forums, feature requests / bug trackers, ...) for free.
domain)FACTORY Thanks to domain)FACTORY for hosting the KeePass website.
Datensysteme Lenk Thanks to datensysteme-lenk for hosting the German KeePass support forum in the past.


Suggestions and Forum Support Acknowledgements

Thanks to all the people answering questions of others in the KeePass forums! A product is only as good as its support is, and I alone could never provide such an excellent individual help platform.

A few persons should be mentioned here, because of an extraordinary amount of suggestions (features, bug reports, ...) and helping others in the forums: Paul Tannard, Wellread1 and Michael Scheer.


Special Acknowledgements

Thanks to Daniel Turini for suggesting "KeePass" as the name of the project.

An especially big thanks to Bill Rubin. He not only contributed a lot of source code to KeePass, he also had an enormous amount of feature and improvement suggestions, helped people in the KeePass forums, and wrote a KeePass plugin for backing up databases. He's also the reason why many of the sections in the KeePass Help are very precise, helpful, clear and easy to understand. In our countless hours long IM chats, we not only discussed much about the design of KeePass, Bill also told me a lot about C++ and other stuff. Thanks!


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Nuvola Icon Theme

Usage of the icons is allowed under the terms of the LGPL license (which you can find here: GNU Lesser General Public License), plus an addition.

TITLE:  NUVOLA ICON THEME for KDE 3.x
AUTHOR: David Vignoni | ICON KING
SITE:   http://www.icon-king.com
MAILING LIST: http://mail.icon-king.com/mailman/listinfo/nuvola_icon-king.com

Copyright (c)  2003-2004  David Vignoni.

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The GNU Lesser General Public License or LGPL is written for software libraries
in the first place. The LGPL has to be considered valid for this artwork
library too.
Nuvola icon theme for KDE 3.x is a special kind of software library, it is an
artwork library, it's elements can be used in a Graphical User Interface, or
GUI.
Source code, for this library means:
 - raster png image* .
The LGPL in some sections obliges you to make the files carry
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With this library a notice is placed at a prominent place in the directory
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dave [at] icon-king.com

Date:       15 october 2004
Version:    1.0

DESCRIPTION:

Icon theme for KDE 3.x.
Icons where designed using Adobe Illustrator, and then exported to PNG format.
Icons shadows and minor corrections were done using Adobe Photoshop.
Kiconedit was used to correct some 16x16 and 22x22 icons.

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Look at the license.txt file.

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SendKeys (sndkeys32.pas) routine for 32-bit Delphi.
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