GNOME Password Safe – free and open source password manager that uses the KeePass v.4 format
- Creating and importing KeePass V. 4 databases;
- Integration with the GNOME desktop;
- Password, file key, or combination key authentication;
- Creating and editing groups and entries;
- Moving and deleting groups and entries;
- Sort the groups and entries: A-z, z-A, recently added;
- There is a cryptographically reliable password and passphrase generator;
- Light or dark theme support;
- You can change the database password or file key;
- There is an on/off option automatically save each change;
- There is a possibility to configure the automatic database lock;
- You can configure how long it takes to clear the clipboard;
- There is a search with a local, global, and full-text filter;
- Responsive user interface for both desktop and mobile devices;
- The program supports encryption algorithms: AES 256-bit, Twofish 256-bit, ChaCha20 256-bit;
- Support for keyboard shortcuts.
Creating and editing an entry:
- User name;
- Assign a color and icon to an entry;
- Adding an attachment;
- Attributes: key and value.
The software GNOME Password Safe is available for installation on Linux.
|Flatpak||Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, CentOS, KDE Neon, openSUSE, elementary OS, Manjaro, Red Hat Enterprise Linux|
*Ubuntu (GNOME), Kubuntu (KDE), Xubuntu (XFCE), Lubuntu (LXDE)
Install Software via Flatpak package
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.PasswordSafe
|Language Interface:||English, Russian, Deutsch, Spanish, French and others|
|Developer:||Falk Alexander Seidl and other|
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