Although the latest version of KeePass is a minor build, the application integrates plenty of new features. Improvements are also on the list of modifications.
Most of the new stuff available in KeePass
2.20 will pass unnoticed by the average user. However, among the most important modifications is that the header data in the KDBX file, which holds all the records, is now authenticated, in order to prevent silent data corruption attacks.
Improvements range from better checking for file existence in FTP locations or enhancements regarding high DPI UI to password not being repeated when trying to reveal it or code optimization.
Repairs in this revision refer to new line sequences in text that are displayed in a standard multi-line text box, which are now converted to Windows format.
You can check the entire changelog on this page
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