The best password manager denies that its entire database can be stolen

The open-source password manager KeePass has debunked claims that it has a serious vulnerability allowing unauthorized access to users’ password vaults.

KeePass is primarily intended for individual use, not as a business password manager. It differs from many popular password managers in that it does not store its database on cloud servers; instead, it stores them locally on the user’s device.

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