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  2. Hi there, since Nextcloud version 26.0.1 i get a sync problem with enpass: it shows "wrong password" when connecting. The same Problem appears if i try to connect to the Nextcloud server via WebDAV too. The Nextcloud server runs on debian 11.7. the Nextcloud version is 26.0.1 (and now 26.0.2) Enpass shows the same error on: OSX (version: 6.8.6) Linux PopOS (version: 6.8.5) IOS (Version 6.8.7) Hope there is a Fix on the horizon! Thank you so much!
  3. That worked Abhishek - infact, I had to uninstall and reinstall during steps 2 and 3. Now I see my desktop instance updating the dropbox vault. Thank you so much for your help.
  4. Yesterday
  5. It's interesting that you used to be able to sync the two OneDrive vaults without any problems before. To better understand the situation, could you please provide more details about the specific sync errors you're encountering?
  6. I hope that the major update is imminent and it brings features like passkeys. In the meantime I had to switch to another password manager because the latest versions of Enpass are buggy, but happy to use Enpass as a backup if the new update is good.
  7. It is Pop OS 22.04 LTS, which should be equivalent to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The OS is using the kernal Linux 6.2.6-76060206-generic x86_64.
  8. That works! Many thanks, looking forward to the next update.
  9. I would like to add a warning about windows hello setup. The link you proviced mentioned that Window Hello uses TPM to securely store key values. On older devices without tpm, that is not the case. When you enable windows hello, you are required to create a pin. If you have a Windows computer without TPM, the PIN value are stored in a secure location. The problem is that many of these machine probably also do not have disk encryption. You can buy an utility to bruteforce your pin. https://blog.elcomsoft.com/2022/08/windows-hello-no-tpm-no-security/ I believe Enpass smartly forces you to enter the master password on startup if you don't have a TPM, so fortunately hacking the PIN will not allow them into the vault, but it would allow them to acquire the PIN to login. There are two things you can do to mitigate. 1. Encrypt your drive, which should prevent access to the secure element. 2. Make a really long pin simialar to a good password using letter, numbers, and special characters. Most people don't know that you can use keys other than numbers. If you are using fingerprint, you would not need to enter the pin often.
  10. Ar there any news to this topic in the meantime?
  11. Thank you for the clarification. I would like to add that despite its lack of use caes for portable usage. It's extremely useful as a backup verification. I like to make backup of the vault, but I also like to test that the backup works. One easy way to do this is to setup Enpass Portable and restore the vault and check if all of the entires are in place.
  12. Hi @SRR You can enable the 'Always run Assistant in docked mode' setting from Enpass app Settings -> General. That way, Enpass Assistant will stay sticky on the screen and won't disappear when you click outside it. #SI-3365
  13. Hi @MasonHaley Enpass is an offline password manager and saves your data locally on your device, and in any case, we do not take any of your personal data. But yes, Enpass does connect to the internet with the sole purpose of giving the best user experience. So if you have seen a network activity for Enpass, it could be due to many reasons. Please refer to this link for more information about it.
  14. Hi @Suresh Bala On the devices on which you are facing this concern (your Desktop device), please try the below steps - Take a backup of the Enpass Data on your device from Enpass Settings → Vaults → Select the Vault → Backup. Uninstall the Enpass app from Enpass Settings → Advanced → Erase everything. Reinstall the app and restore using the backup file. Sync the Vault with the cloud service of your choice (Dropbox in this case). The above steps should synchronize your Desktop device with rest of your devices via Dropbox.
  15. Hi @all Our development team is aware of this bug and it will be fixed in our upcoming major update. In the meantime, you can create the backup of Enpass data using these simple steps: Open Enpass app. Go to Settings → Vaults → Select the vault which data you want to backup. Click on three dot options → Backup #SI-3351
  16. Hi @paulsiu Please share the exact version of the Linux OS you are using and I will gladly get this investigated for you.
  17. Hi @paulsiu For security reasons, we recommend using the Enpass app on devices which you trust and not on public computers even though your Enpass data is fully encrypted by 256-bit AES encryption with 100,000 rounds of PBKDF2-HMAC-SHA512 using the peer-reviewed and open-source encryption engine SQLCipher. The main benefit of Enpass portable is that unlike traditional Enpass desktop apps, the portable version does not require installation. You can put it on a USB drive and move between your computers while taking your app and settings with you. To learn more about Enpass Portable, kindly check this link.
  18. This makes me question the viability of the enpass portable product. The only safe way to use it is to use it on a computer you know to be safe but can't install enpass on it for some reason. What would such a use case be? I am thinking that if there is access on the go, one should just stick to a mobile device.
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  20. It is NOT a good idea to enter your user/password (even protected by 2FA/MFA) to any site/service on some public/untrusted computer. You never know what runs on such machine, so you should assume it is compromised and risky. Thus, Enpass should not be needed there. If there is some special one-time emergency case and you have to login somewhere using not your own machine, you should setup 2FA/MFA first on such site/service, simply manually read your password from Enpass (on your mobile for example) and type it in manually. After that, change your password to this site/service ASAP when you are back home.
  21. I was wondering if you have any guideline to use enpass portable. If I setup enpass portable on a USB drive, what can I do to best secure it. I have two concerns. There is a copy of the vault on the drive. The vault is encrypted, so I supposed even if they get the vault they can't easily decrypt the file. What are the likelyhood that the copmputer I use it on contains a keylogger and logs my master password? I am wondering about the use caes of the portable enpass. Is it supposed to be used on public computers?
  22. I was able to use the windows version (also version 6.61) of enpass portable to import the backup. Once the backup is retored to a new vault. We can use the linux version of enpass to access the vault, so in the end the issue is that linux version of enpass portable is unable to restore from backup.
  23. Unable to back up to local device either ("couldn't save document"). A problem with backups ("null files") was fixed in the update of 01/02/23. It would appear that the update of 03/05/23 broke it again.
  24. I have exactly the same problem. In addition, the backup no longer even works with Wifi, and I can no longer find the automatic backup function. In summary, the backup is KO. Please try to solve it. Thank you.
  25. I Install Enpass Portable to my USB drive and then created a new vault, then I made a backup of the vault from enpass desktop, then proceed to restore backup to the new vault on the Enpass Portable. I get the error Internal error -995. What could be the problem here. Note: Linux desktop version: 6.8.5 Linux Portable version: 6.6.1
  26. Can Enpass Desktop version window be made 'sticky', so it stays on top of other windows..?
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