Would versioning a file make it less secure?

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I'm using KeePassX as a password manager, and I've stored a KDB file in a Sparkleshare folder to back it up / sync with other devices.

But just as a question (with the file being encrypted) if someone stole the file, they would several different versions of the file with minor variations. Would that reduce the security of the file?

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  • TomLiotta
    There should be no good reason for it to be a problem unless the content was known. And if that was so, encrypting it wouldn't be helpful. -- Tom
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