KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords and stores them in encrypted form. In fact, KeePass encrypts the whole database, i.e. not only your passwords, but also your user names, URLs, notes, etc.
That encrypted database can only be opened with the master password. You absolutely do not want an attacker to get hold of your master password, since that is basically the key to your kingdom—aka “all your passwords are belong to us.”
However, a researcher has worked out a way to recover a master password, and has posted KeePass 2.X Master Password Dumper on GitHub.
The description of the vulnerability (CVE-2023-32784)
Bron: https://www.malwarebytes.com/blog/news/ ... ZQVOjq3PQY
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