Passwordstate 4.3 Released

Hi Everyone,

Available immediately is version 4.3 of Passwordstate, which includes the following changes:

  • New –  Added the feature whereby you can show/hide the passwords in the grid view simply by clicking on them (Ref 43.01)
  • Fix –  Fixed issue where storing the value of password in the Password field caused a duplicate Control ID when editing the record (Ref 43.02)
  • Fix –  Fixed Unhandled Exceptions error when accessing User Accounts area (Ref 43.03)
  • Fix –  Fixed issue where long password fields where bleeding into other grid columns – they now wrap correctly (Ref 43.04)
  • Fix –  Fixed issue where password strength was not always displayed correctly (Ref 43.05)

For customers wishing to upgrade, please follow these instructions:

1. Backup your Passwordstate4 database
2. Download the latest copy of Passwordstate from here –
3. Take a copy of the web.config file
4. Uninstall Passwordstate from Control Panel (please note your database will not be touched during the uninstall)
5. Once uninstalled, reinstall Passwordstate
6. Replace the web.config file from step 3
7. Restart the Windows Service ‘Passwordstate Service’
8. If you have modified the standard ‘passwordstate4’ cname DNS entry for the web site, or configured the web site to use a SSL certificate, you will need to redo these steps

We hope you enjoy the new version of Passwordstate, and we thank you for your kind support. Now back to developing version 5.0 – don’t forget to follow our progress on our blog 🙂

Mark Sandford


  1. olivier BERTRAND says:

    Thanks for this new release.
    Can you tell me if in the next release there will be an option for the administrator to export all passwords stored on “shared passwords”‘ intead of export only passwords from each “Shared Password List”?
    Thanks in advance for your answer.
    Sincerely yours

  2. clickstudios says:

    Hi Olivier,

    The option to export all passwords is available in the current version. As long as you have the option enabled under ‘System Settings’, simply go to ‘Reporting’ and you will see an option to export all shared passwords.

    I hope this helps Olivier.


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