KeePass Vulnerability Imperils Master Passwords


Dark Reading reports KeePass Vulnerability Imperils Master Passwords.

For the second time in recent months a security researcher has discovered a vulnerability in the widely used KeePass open source password manager.This one affects KeePass 2.X versions for Windows, Linux, and macOS, and gives attackers a way to retrieve a target’s master password in cleartext from a memory dump — even when the user’s workspace is closed.

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