The CVE-2023-32784 vulnerability, which made it possible to retrieve the master password in clear text from the client’s memory, has been fixed by KeePass. KeePass 2.X Master Password Dumper, a proof-of-concept programme that allows recovering the KeePass master password, was released by security researcher Vdohney in mid-May.
A free and open-source programme called KeePass is used to maintain passwords safely. It serves as a virtual “safe” where users may keep track of and organise their private data, such as passwords, credit card details, notes, and other sensitive data. KeePass uses a master key or master password to encrypt the data, which you must enter in order to access the data that is saved.