May 2nd, 2013Improved form matching:
· Forms no longer need a password field
· More multi-page logins work correctly
· New types of form field dealt with correctly (HTML5)
· The old "monitor each web page for new forms" feature has been upgraded to allow monitoring on only specific websites (if you used the old feature, you shouldn't notice any difference but I strongly recommend disabling this on all sites except for the occasional specific ones on which it is needed)
Per-site configuration allows:
· You to quickly get many previously problematic websites working correctly
· KeeFox developers to make most popular websites work for all users in a future KeeFox version
· New localisation module reduces work for translators (hopefully leading to new translators joining the team) and allows the "useful tips" and similar messages to be translated for the first time.
· A new configuration storage system within each KeePass entry is required to enable some of the features above so once you upgrade your KeePass database you won't be able to go back unless you revert to an earlier backup. The upgrade process has been tested (and applied to many databases with hundreds of entries) but please pay attention to the warning about making a backup.
· Login popups (e.g. HTTP Authentication and Thunderbird mail accounts) allow you to open your password database without cancelling the login popup
· Thunderbird login matching improved
January 25th, 2013
· Fixes problem for new users with Firefox 18: Initial setup process was unable to download KeePass and .NET due to a breaking change in Firefox 18.
· Existing users will be unaffected by the change.
December 13th, 2012
· PRIVACY: Passwords could sometimes be displayed in the "error console" (see http://keefox.org/2012/11/29/error-console-can-temporarily-display-passwords/)
October 8th, 2012Multiple database support. Seamlessly work with more than one KeePass database thanks to these improvements:
· Logins from all open (unlocked) databases are matched (and automatically filled / submitted depending on your configuration)
· Logins from all open databases are listed on the Logins toolbar button
· A new login can be saved into any open database
· Changing databases from within KeeFox is now reliable and predictable
· Improved form matching accuracy: when KeeFox knows how many form fields to expect for an entry it will now use that information to help select the correct form on a page
· Instant edit feature added: Review and edit every entry that KeeFox saves (disabled by default).
· Memory leak fixed: This will be a big improvement for heavy Firefox users who do not shutdown Firefox for days or weeks at a time
· Added option to require more accurate URL matching for specific entries (previously possible through a hidden KeePass "advanced string")
· Thunderbird support (in beta testing)
· Improvements to setup instructions, especially for non-admin users and Mono (Mac & Linux) users
· First-run improvements (e.g. automatic save of your first KeePass database and a link to information about importing existing passwords)
· Various other bug fixes and improvements
· Removed support for Firefox versions earlier than 4.0
· New KeePass installs now use version 2.20