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KeePass Password App Releases Version 1.2 Beta

keepassbeta Tashanna let me know about this small update to the popular KeePass application. In case you don’t know KeePass is a free open source password vault for your BlackBerry. Originally it was just ported to the BlackBerry from their J2ME version. The new user interface and synchronization were written from scratch to take advantage of BlackBerry-unique features. It also allows you to synchronize your information with a desktop version of KeePass.

The biggest upgrade is that the keyfiles are no longer stored in the BlackBerry database making them hard to access. They are now put in the devices file system. You can also use what they call Key Files now as a digital token required to open your key database.

You should read this help file for more information and how to install and setup.

Otherwise:

via BBforums thread

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  1. Having trouble following the upgrade instructions.

    Has anyone else figured out how it’s done.

  2. I was able to save the database file to system memory and delete the legacy database (wherever that was located), but it wasn’t easy. It’s a great program, for sure. I’m sure it will become more user friendly to upgrade in future releases.

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