The creation of a new password database is straightforward but it requires more user interaction and offers more options than the creation of a new account for an online password manager: Most of the preferences that Kee Pass provides are optional.You only need to select a name, location and master password if you want but if you are an advanced user, you can customize the database to better suite your needs.
Attackers need the master password and the keyfile to break the password database successfully.
Users may install browser extensions to improve the core functionality and use desktop programs or applications for that as well.
Password managers can be divided into three groups: online, local, or mixed.
Kee Pass Password Safe is a free open source password manager for Windows ; ports of the password manager are available for Linux, Mac OS X, Android, i OS, and other systems as well.
The review focuses on the Windows version of Kee Pass, and here in particular version 2.x as it offers more features.