In KeePass 2.x before 2.54, it is possible to recover the cleartext master password from a memory dump, even when a workspace is locked or no longer running. The memory dump can be a KeePass process dump, swap file (pagefile.sys), hibernation file (hiberfil.sys), or RAM dump of the entire system. The first character cannot be recovered. In 2.54, there is different API usage and/or random string insertion for mitigation.
Max CVSS
7.5
Published
2023-05-15
Updated
2023-05-26
EPSS
0.10%
** DISPUTED ** KeePass through 2.53 (in a default installation) allows an attacker, who has write access to the XML configuration file, to obtain the cleartext passwords by adding an export trigger. NOTE: the vendor's position is that the password database is not intended to be secure against an attacker who has that level of access to the local PC.
Max CVSS
5.5
Published
2023-01-22
Updated
2023-08-29
EPSS
0.05%
A flaw was found in keepass. The vulnerability occurs due to logging the plain text passwords in system log and leads to an Information Exposure vulnerability. This flaw allows an attacker to interact and read sensitive passwords and logs.
Max CVSS
7.5
Published
2022-03-10
Updated
2022-10-28
EPSS
0.15%
KeePass 2.4.1 allows CSV injection in the title field of a CSV export.
Max CVSS
7.8
Published
2020-01-09
Updated
2020-11-17
EPSS
0.06%
The entry details view function in KeePass version 1.32 inadvertently decrypts certain database entries into memory, which may result in the disclosure of sensitive information.
Max CVSS
7.5
Published
2017-07-17
Updated
2019-10-03
EPSS
0.17%
The automatic update feature in KeePass 2.33 and earlier allows man-in-the-middle attackers to execute arbitrary code by spoofing the version check response and supplying a crafted update.
Max CVSS
7.5
Published
2017-01-23
Updated
2017-01-24
EPSS
0.19%
Untrusted search path vulnerability in KeePass Password Safe before 1.18 allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan horse DLL in the current working directory, as demonstrated by a directory that contains a .kdb file. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
Max CVSS
6.9
Published
2012-09-06
Updated
2012-09-13
EPSS
0.04%
Untrusted search path vulnerability in KeePass Password Safe before 2.13 allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan horse DwmApi.dll file in the current working directory, as demonstrated by a directory that contains a .kdbx file. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
Max CVSS
6.9
Published
2012-09-06
Updated
2012-09-06
EPSS
0.04%
8 vulnerabilities found
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