KeePassB password manager for BlackBerry® 10

Built for BlackBerry

KeePassB is a native BlackBerry 10 implementation of the KeePass password manager. KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using AES-256, one of the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known.

(For the old Android-based KeePassB (Legacy) please look here.)


  • KeePassB Active Frame screenshot
  • KeePassB Unlock screen
  • KeePassB Group screenshot
  • KeePassB Entry screenshot
  • KeePassB Entry Extra screenshot
  • KeePassB Entry History screenshot
  • KeePassB menu screenshot
  • KeePassB Edit Entry screenshot
  • KeePassB Password Generator screenshot
  • KeePassB Search screenshot
  • KeePassB Search results screenshot
  • KeePassB Settings screenshot
  • KeePassB Quick Unlock screenshot


  • Create, view and edit KeePass v2 (.kdbx) databases (including custom entry fields, file attachments and history of entry changes)
  • View and edit KeePass v1 (.kdb) databases
  • Easy copying of all fields
  • Password generator
  • Quick Unlock function
  • Flexible settings
  • Automatic database backup
  • Integration with BlackBerry Work Drives, Dropbox, Box and other system-wide services
  • Native BlackBerry 10 interface


7 August 2015
Introducing KeePassB Try-and-Buy: all KeePassB features, free for 3 days.
25 June 2015
The new KeePassB 2.5.0 brings Multi-Copy - a magic-like way to copy usernames and passwords to other apps. See demo video.
5 May 2015
Version 2.4.3 released. It fixes compatibility with KeePassX, adds Quick Lock status display to the active frame, and adds Vietnamese translation.
29 April 2015
Version 2.4.2 released, with improved database saving procedure and fixes related to the quicker start-up introduced in the previous update.
24 April 2015
Version 2.4.1 released. Now with German and Russian translations and even quicker start-up time!
21 April 2015
Version 2.4 published on BlackBerry World, adding possibility to create new databases (kdbx). KeePassB is finally self-sufficient and does not need a pre-existing database!
11 April 2015
As the native app reached the functionality level of the Android port, KeePassB 2 drops the number and becomes simply KeePassB. The old Android-based KeePassB v1 is now discontinued (but remains availailable for existing users).
31 March 2015
Version 2.3 with v2(.kdbx) write support published on BlackBerry World.
23 October 2014
Version 2.2 with v1(.kdb) write support published on BlackBerry World.
5 September 2014
Version 2.1.1 with several improvements and bugfixes is now available on BlackBerry World.
26 August 2014
Version 2.1 with beta v1(.kdb) read support published on BlackBerry World.
19 August 2014
KeePassB 2 is now a certified Built for BlackBerry application.
2 August 2014
Version 2.0.1(beta) submitted for BB World review.
This version offers a 6x faster database opening, improved compatibility with databases with high key transformation rounds value, as well as several UI improvements.
31 July 2014
First version 2.0(beta) published on BlackBerry World.

Multi-user/volume license

Your company can purchase KeePassB license for its employees.

The users will simply install the free KeePassB Try-and-Buy app and insert the activation code purchased by the company. Future updates will be delivered automatically by BlackBerry World. This method suits both work and personal devices, with or without BES.

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KeePassB Try-and-Buy (3-day FREE trial)

KeePassB - Full version

Get it at BlackBerry World

Frequently asked questions

What about synchronization?
It works nicely! Dropbox, Box and OneDrive support is integrated into BlackBerry 10 system. Third-party apps enable sycnrhonization with other sources, such as FTP (SFTP), WebDAV, OwnCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive and more.
Can I use it with a database available via WebDAV/FTP/SFTP?
Sure. Here is a 1-minute video walkthrough: How to use KeePassB with FTP/WebDAV.
Does it work with BlackBerry Work Drives?
Yes, it does.
Cannot open the database, it says "Too many levels of symbolic links or prefixes"
This may happen when you are signed off from Dropbox (for example, after Dropbox update). Launch the "Connect to Dropbox" app and sign in.
The app is not what I wanted, can I get a refund?
No problem. Simply submit this form to BlackBerry.


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