In light of all the recent hackings on the news, I no longer trust the cloud. Theoretically, if I use a cloud-based password manager (like LastPass or Dashlane), someone could hack into that service's database and would have access all of my saved login credentials.
I want to use a free password manager that will encrypt my passwords in a locally stored location; that way the only way that someone could have access to my passwords is to physically take my computer and and attempt to decrypt its contents.
Looks like KeePass offers that functionality (since it doesn't have any cloud functionality at all). Is there another one?