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I have read quite a bit about KEEPASS and how it encrypts passwords. However, the more I read about it, the more I find how it generates and stores passwords - the methodology provided as well as the documentation all point out to methods that KEEPASS uses to protect your passwords. However, there is nothing said about attachments - such as pictures, videos or documents. Is it all encrypted the same way? I suppose everything is done with AES-256, and the "key transformation constant work factor" that I've read about also just applies about the way password is passed on to keepass and applies to attached items too. Am I correct in these assertions? Any additional information would be much appreciated. Thank you so much !