KeePass Password Manager for Linux Ubuntu. Install KeePass 2.35 stable release on Ubuntu 16.10 and Ubuntu 16.04 Systems. KeePass 2.35 is recommended to upgrade from any previous 2.x version to 2.35.
KeePass 2.35 mainly features a new database file format, user interface enhancements, and various other minor new features and improvements. Hash sums and OpenPGP signatures for integrity checking are available, and program binaries are digitally signed (Authenticode). New translations are available, too. With this release, Plugins can provide other key derivation functions now and Plugins can now store custom data in groups and entries.
KeePass 2.35: Features
- New KDBX 4 file format, which supports various new features (listed below; e.g. Argon2).
- Added Argon2 key derivation function (it can be activated in the database settings dialog).
- Improved header and data authentication in KDBX 4 files (using HMAC-SHA-256, Encrypt-then-MAC scheme).
- Added ChaCha20 (RFC 7539) encryption algorithm (it can be activated as KDBX file encryption algorithm in the database settings dialog; furthermore, it supersedes Salsa20 as default for generating the inner random stream of KDBX 4 files).
- Added support for opening entry URLs with Firefox or Opera in private mode via the context menu -> ‘URL(s)’ -> ‘Open with … (Private)’.
- Added URL override suggestions for Firefox and Opera in private mode in the URL override suggestions drop-down list in the entry dialog.
- Added optional built-in global URL overrides for opening HTTP/HTTPS URLs with Firefox or Opera in private mode.
- Added option ‘Hide “Close Database” toolbar button when at most one database is opened’ (turned on by default).
- Added option ‘Show additional auto-type menu commands’, which can be turned on to show menu commands for performing entry auto-type with some specific sequences.
- Added menu commands in ‘Edit’ -> ‘Show Entries’ to show entries that expire in a specific number of days (1, 2, 3) or weeks (1, 2, 4, 8) or in the future.
- Added configuration option that specifies the number of days within which entries are considered to expire ‘soon’ (the default is 7).
- Added option for changing the alternate item background color.
- When the option ‘Remember key sources’ is enabled, KeePass now also remembers whether a master password has been used.
- Added option ‘Force changing the master key the next time (once)’ (in ‘File’ -> ‘Database Settings’ -> tab ‘Advanced’).
- Added parameters ‘Window style’ and ‘Verb’ for the ‘Execute command line / URL’ trigger action.
- Added support for importing mSecure 3.5.5 CSV files.
- Added support for importing Password Saver 4.1.2 XML files.
- Added support for importing Enpass 126.96.36.199 TXT files.
- Enhanced SplashID CSV import (added support for the old version 3.4, added mappings for types of the latest version, groups are now created only for categories, and types are imported as tags).
- LastPass import: added support for CSV files exported by the LastPass Chrome extension, which encodes some special characters as XML entities.
- Added ‘KeePass KDBX (2.34, Old Format)’ export module.
Install KeePass 2.35
Run the following commands in terminal to install KeePass Password Manager on Linux Ubuntu Systems:
sudo apt-get update
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jtaylor/keepass
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install keepass2
Once installed, open the KeePass 2.35 from Ubuntu Dash.