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KeePass 2.20.1 released

Screenshot KeePass 2.20.1 has been released today!

You can get it here: Download KeePass 2.20.1.

This is a stable release. It is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.20.1.

KeePass 2.20.1 is a maintenance release.

If you are using KeePass together with a port of KeePass and the port has problems with opening database files saved by KeePass 2.20.1, please read the page KeePass 1.24 and 2.20 Header Authentication.

Hash sums and OpenPGP signatures for integrity checking are available. The .NET assemblies are signed, public keys for verifying are available.

Translations do not need to be updated, because no texts have changed since 2.20.

For a comparison of the current KeePass 1.24 and 2.20.1, see: Editions Comparison.

If you like KeePass, please don't forget to donate.

Changes from 2.20 to 2.20.1:

  • Improved support for images with DPI resolutions different from the DPI resolution of the display device.
  • {GOOGLECHROME} placeholder: updated detection code to also support the latest versions of Chrome.
  • The option to lock on remote control mode changes now additionally watches for remote connects and disconnects.
  • Improved Windows registry accesses.
  • Improved behavior when the user deletes the system temporary directory.
  • On Unix-like systems, KeePass now stores most of its temporary files in a private temporary directory (preferably in $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR).
  • Added detection support for the following web browsers on Unix-like systems: Rekonq, Midori and Dooble.
  • KeePass does not try to set the WM_CLASS property on MacOS systems anymore.
  • Modified some icons to work around unsupported PNG transparency keys in Mono.
  • Various code optimizations.
  • Minor other improvements.