Getting up and running with KeyStore Explorer is quick and easy. There are packages for all common operating systems.

Latest Release

Platform File Checksum Details
Windows kse-551-setup.exe SHA-256 Windows installer (InnoSetup), all possible command line parameters (e.g. for silent or non-administrative install) are listed here: Setup Command Line Parameters. Includes a custom Java runtime.
Windows kse-551-setup-no-jre.exe SHA-256 Same as above, but you have to download and install a Java runtime environment (minimum is Java 8) yourself.
macOS kse-551.dmg SHA-256 Double-click the disk image to mount it, then drag KeyStore Explorer to the Applications folder. The application bundle contains a custom Java runtime.
Linux kse_5.5.1_all.deb SHA-256 DEB for Ubuntu/Debian/Mint etc.
Linux kse-5.5.1-1.noarch.rpm SHA-256 RPM for CentOS/RHEL/Fedora etc.
All kse-551.zip SHA-256 ZIP with kse.exe for Windows and kse.sh for Linux/macOS, see included readme.txt for more infos. Requires a Java runtime environment (minimum is Java 8).

Older Releases and Source Code

The source code of KeyStore Explorer and older releases since v5.0 are available here: KSE Releases on GitHub

3rd Party Packages

Besides the official KSE downloads here on this website or on the GitHub release page, KSE is also packaged by volunteers for package management software like Chocolatey, Pacman or Homebrew.

The website Repology tracks updates in those software repositories and gives a good overview of the available 3rd-party packages for KSE and their status:

https://repology.org/project/keystore-explorer/versions