SafeKeep 1.4.4 was released Jul 9, 2016, containing the following main features:

RedHat Linux Red Hat / Fedora binary and source .rpms for RedHat EL, Cent OS, Fedora and compatible distributions. safekeep-1.4.4-1.src.rpm safekeep-common-1.4.4-1.noarch.rpm
Ubuntu Linux Ubuntu binary and source .debs for Ubuntu Precise through to Yakkety etc. safekeep-1.4.4.tar.gz safekeep-common_1.4.4_all.deb
Linux Source Linux source tarball for most distributions running Python 2.3 or newer safekeep-1.4.4.tar.gz N/A

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Current GPG Key

All binary packages from version 1.4.0 onward are signed with a secure GPG signature, which by default will have to be verified before installation. For more details regarding signing and verifying packages see your distribution documentation.

The key can be downloaded from the SourceForge as RPM-GPG-KEY-SafeKeep with a fingerprint of:

pub   1024D/4E1CD0E5 2012-02-17
      Key fingerprint = B051 E099 25D1 CE50 54DF  227D 96FC 24AC 4E1C D0E5
uid                  SafeKeep (Signing Key) <>
sub   1024g/6AA3270F 2012-02-17

GitHub (GIT)

The source code for SafeKeep is maintained in a GIT repository at github. For detailed information on how to checkout the SafeKeep source code using git, see our github Code page.

Here is a quick summary of the GIT information you need:

To check out the safekeep project read-only:
$ git clone
If you would like to contribute to this website, you can checkout the HTML code (still located on SourceForge):
$ svn co safekeep-website

Browse GIT Repository

If you just want to take a quick look at the code, you can directly browse the GIT repository over the web:


Our project is hosted at SourceForge: