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  1. Currently, the extension doesn't fully support filling in all six individual 2FA fields. However, it can automatically populate most of the six-digit TOTP fields because the website handles that internally. The extension intelligently guesses the single TOTP field based on common keywords and tries to autofill it. Then, the website distributes the filled TOTP contents across the six fields. This behavior is also seen in PayPal.
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  2. Thank you :-) That solved my problem....
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  3. I would suppose you use a different service for that feature, as a password manager is not for storing large data.
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  4. Thank you for reaching out and providing your valuable feedback. I've forwarded your request to our development team for their consideration. We greatly appreciate your input as it helps us improve our product and better meet the needs of our users. #SI-3821
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  5. We've received your request via support@enpass.io, and we've already responded to it there. Please continue the conversation via email to avoid duplication.
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  6. This is happening on my Google Pixel 7 Pro: Android - Version 14 Build AP1A.240405.002 Microsoft Edge for Android browser - 123.0.2420.102 Enpass - 6.10.1.982 Works fine on my Windows 11 desktop running Edge Browser. This just started happening a couple of days ago and I can't trace back a specific update.
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  7. Every URL is broken. I'm having the same issue and sent a support request via email. I wish there could be at least a plan to get it fixed, website autofill is really important, I cannot use a password manager that couldn't do it.
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  8. I wanted to share a quick update, that I found a workaround. It seems, for now, that the problem didn't happen anymore since I use that, and I thought others might like to try this as well to mitigate the problem until a fix is implemented from the enpass team. Here's what I've done (Note that I'm not native english, so some of the descriptions of apps/menu items/buttons are likely not exactly the same, as I translated them from my non-english UI ): Disable 'Open Automatically at system startup’ option under General Settings of Enpass. Launch 'Shortcuts' app on your mac. Create a new shortcut with 2 actions: Action: wait for 20 seconds (you can try more or less, but 20 worked well for me without annoying me, because it was not too long) Action: Launch application enpass close the shortcut In the overview of all shortcuts in the shortcut app, right click on your newly created shortcut and select "add to dock". (can be removed from the dock later) This will not only create an icon in your dock, but also an app in your users applications folder (e.g. /Users/johndoe/Applications) You can add this new app to you "Login Items", so it's launched after you login. (optinally: remove the shortcut from the dock again, the app in your users application folder will stay) That's it. Now every time you login, after a delay of 20 seconds, enpass is launched automatically. Whatever causes the initial bug why I opened this thread seems to not happen if enpass is lanched this way. Some links if you struggle with the steps I described: (edit: had to remove the links to the apple support pages, as the anti-spam feature of the forum wasn't allowing me to post with the links. It's not too hard to find with google or similar though.) Hope that helps
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  9. I just started using Enpass within the week and really like it. But having perused the forums it doesn't look like the product is being actively maintained. An example is a request for Yubikey support that 3 years ago was said to be under development, but never delivered. The announcements forum hasn't been updated since 2016 (IIRC). So, can we hope for Enpass to be released to the open source community for maintenance/updates? I'd hate to see the project die, because as previously stated, I really like what I see.
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  10. Just came to bump this issue... Enpass in Vivaldi — desktop and mobile — seems to be much less reliable than with other browsers.
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  11. Solved, I think (correct me if I’m wrong). Leaving it up for people with a similar issue. For some reason, if you forget to switch the pre-selected category of "password" in the according drop-down to "PIN", a short numerical PIN is instantly flagged as compromised. Switching to "PIN" category removed the warning. A bit confusing, as the displayed warning does not indicate this scenario as part of the security check or potential cause for the warning, but rather only points to "online exposed passwords".
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