Whizu { Kee } is a fun, simple and secure password manager. Built for business but great for { free } personal use as well. Click here to download and install Whizu { Kee } for Windows. If you are using Google Chrome, you should also install the Whizu { Kee } for Chrome browser extension.


Release notes

Version 2.3.2 | December 12, 2014

It is now possible to Enable/Disable the Ctrl-K HotKey from the Settings menu. The Ctrl-K HotKey is by default enabled and is used to minimize Kee to the Windows system tray of to restore Kee from the Windows system tray.

Version 2.3.1 | October 26, 2014

Additional logging statements were added to the debug logging facility.

Version 2.3.0 | August 23, 2014

Whizu { Kee } now includes a Firefox browser extension that is installed when Whizu { Kee } is started. The next time you restart Firefox, you will be asked to confirm or deny the installation of the Firefox addon. Also a lightweight debug logging facility has been implemented in this release. You can enable logging from within the Settings menu in Whizu { Kee }. A log file will be written to your Whizu { Kee } data directory. Logging will be disabled each time when Whizu { Kee } is restarted.

Version 2.2.1 | August 22, 2014

The keyboard/mouse hook for detecting and intercepting Ctrl-DoubleClick events is slightly improved. A native win32 function is now being used to evaluate the up/down state of the Ctrl key. This should prevent the Ctrl-DoubleClick trigger from occasionaly going off without the Ctrl key actually being pressed.

Version 2.2.0 | August 15, 2014

The newest version of Google Chrome no longer supports the Microsoft UI Automation API for getting the current url. Therefore a browser extension for Google Chrome has been developed and published to the Chrome Web Store. If you are using Chrome, you should download and install the Whizu { Kee } for Chrome browser extension. It's available for free in the Chrome Web Store. For Firefox we are still using the Microsoft UI Automation API. Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) has however been added as an additional means for getting the current url. As Mozilla has announced to discontinue the support for DDE in future versions of Firefox, a future version of Whizu { Kee } will also depend upon a browser add-on for Firefox.

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