I have a problem. It looks like the keypass database I use has corrupted. We have a feeling that this has happened by a new employee joining the company writing to the database with a newer version of the software (2.07). I have version 2.06. Whenever I try to open the database all of the passwords are jibberish. I have tried opening with both 2.06, and 2.07 with the same result.
And best of all I have no backup! (Dont ask)
Any ideas on how to resolve this issue? Is the database repairable?
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