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  1. The shown in foreground issue is finally fixed in the recent update - v6.7.3 (888) MAS. Yey for that There's still a visible flash from Enpass on the screen everytime I log in, but at least it's no longer necessesary to close the unlock window An entirely invisible (background) startup would be nice and hopefully implemented soon Mac mini | macOS Big Sur Version 11.5.2
    4 points
  2. For me this bug is fixed in 6.7.2 under Ubuntu !! Thanks
    3 points
  3. I can confirm that. It seems like a quick fix. I hope it will start invisible after another update.
    3 points
  4. Hi all, Apologies for the delay in responding to your comments. We do monitor all our discussions and this issue is on our priority list. A fix will be available in next week release. Enpass will always try to do its best to hear out our user's concerns, thanking you all for the support and patience!! Cheers!!
    3 points
  5. Good morning. I had this same error with both my PC and Android on DSM 6.2 and DSM 7.0, some time around June/July 2021 syncing stopped. After the upgrade to DSM 7.0 I thought that would fix the issue. I looked to convert the permissions to ACL as noted here but tried something else first. What solved my issues was leaving the permissions as they were but I went into the file station, to the webdav folder, I right clicked on the folder where I store Enpass, went to properties, and checked, "apply to this folder, sub-folders and files" under owner this re-pushed the folder permissions down again and after I did that everything started working again. It appears an update may have broke the permissions on the webdav folders, that's why converting to ACL or re-pushing permissions seem to work. Just passing along what worked for me.
    3 points
  6. Yes. That should work fine. The syncing appears to compare the age of items and won’t copy older stuff over newer. Just to be safe, you should run a backup of the newest vault. This way if something goes wrong for some reason, you can revert.
    3 points
  7. Thanks, I'll try the new version out and please let me know if you need a test account on my Nextcloud
    2 points
  8. There is something wrong with the latest version in regards to the autofill popup. Every time I log in to a site, Enpass pops up unnecessarily even though I already have the login details pre-filled from my browser. I am using Firefox. I am not sure if it happens with other browsers. Edit: I have just had an update to v6.72.886.0, and my problem appears to be gone.
    2 points
  9. Hello @Manish Chokwal, thank you for your reply. If I can Do anything to help you to find the problem feel free to contact me. Greetings Rainer
    2 points
  10. 2 points
  11. Clearing the cache and cookies everytime "solved" the problem, thanks. Edit: Maybe someone finds this info useful -> sometimes clearing the cache/cookies once wasn't enough. I had to do it multipe times before I was able to connect to another M365 account.
    2 points
  12. Thank you! Now it worked. My error was that I didn't stop the running server on the MBP first. So I could not select the iMac's server. I understand, thanks again!
    2 points
  13. Thank you for looking into this.
    2 points
  14. You added this feature a while ago, thanks for adding it.
    2 points
  15. Try the link from Enpass' website: https://www.enpass.io/downloads/#extensions
    2 points
  16. with such long-running problems, I don't believe it until I see it, but thanks for the update.
    2 points
  17. 2 points
  18. Can someone from Enpass PLEASE let us users - especially those (like myself) who have paid for your product - know what's going on with this issue? It's so annoying.
    2 points
  19. Hello Discordant, I am now at our other location („B”) and I can gladly report, that syncing my iPhone with the newly set up WiFi-Server here worked fine. I will now write a feature request to the Enpass team: It would be great ... - if I could save more than one WiFi-servers on my mobile. So I would not need to change the server on my mobile when I am at another WiFi, - if the mobile would then sync to whatever approved WiFi-server it is connected with. It paid to wait for the long ago promised WiFi-sync. ;-)
    2 points
  20. ... and still no response from the Enpass team, although that this is the most viewed Mac topic of this forum. In addition, I have autofill problems since the last update
    2 points
  21. New Enpass Version 6.7.1 (878) => Same old Problem (macOS 11.5.2)
    2 points
  22. I have Big Sur installed and the latest Mac App Store version of Enpass (though I also tried this on the slightly older 6.7.0 beta, too). I use a different clipboard manager, Flycut (link to the Mac App Store version, 1.9.6. I had no problems copying anything from Enpass into an unmodified clipboard (with no clipboard manager active at all) and I also had no problems copying anything into Flycut. I tried copying from an item I was editing in Enpass and from a standard login item and note (in display mode). Flycut has Accessibility permissions, but only that. I tried this with and without the "clear clipboard content" feature enabled. With it enabled, I didn't have any issues, but the content would disappear from the Mac clipboard (but not Flycut) after the specified amount of time. I also have another machine with Catalina and Enpass and Flycut and I didn't run into problems. You mentioned several other programs with clipboard managers, so I tried the ones I could without having to pay for them. I was able to try Paste.app and Keyboard Maestro 9.2. My tests show that Paste.app doesn't import the clipboard contents from Enpass or 1Password, even after I removed the rule restrictions (but the copy DID appear in the Mac's native clipboard until the clear content time was reached). I was able to get Keyboard Maestro to work (though for some reason I noticed it took like 15-20 seconds for anything I copied to appear in the clipboard. I had to dig through the packaged binary to find the KM helper app and add it to the Accessibility section of the Security preference pane. For some reason, only the main app itself automatically appeared there by default and I wasn't able to copy anything until I added the helper app. I couldn't try Alfred because the clipboard features seem to require the Power Pack and I wasn't going to pay for something I don't intend to use. So to sumarize, for me: I was able to copy stuff from the latest version of Enpass (and the beta) successfully both without any clipboard manager enabled. Copying and pasting content worked fine on Big Sur and Catalina with or without the "clear content" feature enabled. With Paste.app I was able to copy and paste stuff using the standard keyboard shortcuts so long as I didn't interact with Paste.app in any way before pasting the content. If I interacted with Paste in any way or if the Mac clipboard was cleared, Paste was unable to paste anything. I was able to get Keyboard Maestro working (with a delay) so long as I added the helper app (located inside the KM app package) to the Accessibility permissions. Flycut works just fine with Enpass. The results above didn't change if I ran them on Catalina instead of Big Sur. @ButisitArt57 Can try you try shutting down all of your clipboard tools and just try a standard copy and paste again? Keyboard Maestro can be particularly tough to shut down completely, because the helper app doesn't stop if the main app is quit. If you need a clipboard manager, perhaps try Flycast and see if that works for you? I'm not sure if Enpass is marking the clipboard content in a way some clipboard managers don't like, but it sounds like you might want to get the clipboard manager developers involved. Perhaps they can help narrow down the problem you're having.
    2 points
  23. My concern exactly. “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”
    2 points
  24. for me it is inexplicable why such a simple bug is not fixed quickly. The Bug has been known for 1.5 years now. It is also worrying that the moderators have not commented on the topic for weeks. I also wonder if Enpass was the right choice for me. Are you patching vulnerabilities at the same rate?
    2 points
  25. I can only assume this post is meant to be sarcastic! I can't believe a new update has just been released but the startup bug is still there. This isn't hard to fix, Enpass!
    2 points
  26. @Garima Singh @Pratyush Sharma After updating to Version 6.7.0 (MAS) and recognising that the annoying bug is still not fixed, I kindly ask you to stop your effort to spending time to fixing this bug anymore. The next MacOS Version is shortly before to be released and after nearly a year investigating and trying to fix this issue is makes no sense anymore. I really appreciate how countable you react on the bugreports mentioned by your customers. That’s awesome. Thank you very much for your support, I won’t mention any bugs anymore to avoid disturbing the Enpass-Team in the future. Thanks a lot and best regards from one of your happiest customer!
    2 points
  27. Is there an upgrade price from pro lifetime to premium lifetime? It was supposed to be lifetime so if I want to upgrade I should get a special price surely
    1 point
  28. Hi @Welshdog Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. Our team has reproduced the bug on their end and we are working on getting it fixed. The fix will be implemented in the future Enpass updates. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.
    1 point
  29. I would like to second this feature request. It is not uncommon for corporate Single Sign on applications to require username and password + TOTP. Given the following values: Username: rallour Password: mypass TOTP: 323813 The login form would then be filled in with the following: Username: rallour Password: mypass323813 The way I would like to see it solved is to be able to use a template for the password field. This would allow me to combine two arbitrary fields (a static password, and a dynamic TOTP) to create a password field that is a combination of both the password and TOTP as the value, and then have that templated value be what is auto-filled into the form. RIght now it works with multiple selection and copy/paste steps, but it'd just a nice quality of life feature as I end up needing to do this multiple times per day supporting different customers, all of which require the format of username / password + TOTP. Thanks for a great product, and especially thanks for supporting it on Linux! Jason
    1 point
  30. Hi @Roobert Since a sync server is already running on your iMAC, you do not need to run Wifi sync server on your MacBook Pro. You can connect your MacBook Pro to iMAC sync server just like your handheld devices. Please follow the below instructions to set it up - Open Enpass on your iMAC which is running the server. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi Sync > Select the vault you want to sync > Manual Setup Now open Enpass on your MacBook Pro . Go to Settings > Vaults > Select the vault you want to sync. Click on Set up Sync > Wi-Fi Sync. Select the same Wi-Fi server displayed on the iMAC device running the Wi-Fi server. Verify the connection with the code and click Yes, go ahead. Select the vault you want to sync. Enter the “Access Password” displayed on the “Manual Setup” page on Wi-Fi Sync Server This should sync your MacBook Pro as a client. Let me know if you face any issues with these steps.
    1 point
  31. The UI has three panels. It would be nice to have the Category/Tags and Items panels being able to be able to expand them by about twice their current size limitation. The right panel that has the currently displayed Item being shown wastes a lot of screen real estate. There is a big gap on the left of the right pane that is just empty space. The item that is being displayed should left justify against this pane instead of displaying in the middle of the pane.
    1 point
  32. Hey @jshea, Are you facing this probem in Enpass app only or other apps too? Also, have a look at the troubleshooting steps mentioned in this link: https://windowsreport.com/copy-paste-windows-10-problems/
    1 point
  33. Hi @Manish Chokwal It's an excellent news ! I'll check the release notes with the next update and will give you a feedback here - if there's a fix for this issue in the next release of course. Thank you.
    1 point
  34. Hi @Abhishek Dewan, It's an excellent news ! I'll check the release notes with the next update and will give you a feedback here - if there's a fix for this issue in the next release of course. Thank you.
    1 point
  35. Hello @Roobert! Welcome to the Enpass Forum. Thank you for adding this valuable suggestion of remembering the previously connected Wi-Fi sync server. I have shared this feature request with the concerned team for further consideration, your patience is highly appreciated here.
    1 point
  36. First, here's my HOORAY for Wifi-Sync (at last)! Works like a charm. My question: I have two residences in different cities, of course with different WiFi-networks. Can I set up WiFi-syncing in a way that it syncs in the other network, too? I ask because I do not want to just try, to not mix anything up. Thank you for an answer. Btw, I promote Enpass a lot, esp. because of the new feature. it would help, if you would update your website, resp. provide documentation for Wifi-Sync. Best regards Robert
    1 point
  37. Hi @Gulshan Dogra, that did the trick, thank you very much for help. I'm a happy user of Enpass again.
    1 point
  38. Hi@norlue@Maclife Thank you for bringing the bug to our attention. A fix will be released in the upcoming update. Your patience is highly appreciated.
    1 point
  39. @Bob___ might he will be confused about version number, the latest one is 6.7.0 866. Have you tried deleting old fingerprint and adding new one?
    1 point
  40. Hi @dcarvil, I would like to share that the issue has been reproduced on our end and it will be fixed in the upcoming updates of Enpass. Thank you for reporting the issue.
    1 point
  41. Hi Noel, Enpass does not offer/require an "Enpass account". Do you perhaps mean the email address you are asked for when you are trying to activate Enpass' premium features? If so, you do need network access to enable premium features, but you don't need it all the time, just long enough for the system to send you a one-time use login code to your email account. If that isn't something you want to do, then you could easily use Enpass' free version and just deal with the limitations.
    1 point
  42. You start the wifi sync server on one of your devices and that will allow you to sync any of your other devices on the same network. It will work on any WiFi network that allows access on the specified local IP address and port. What does this mean? You can use WiFi sync on any of your WiFi networks so long as any of the devices to be synched are connected to the same local network. You would not be able to connect to the WiFi sync server from a remote device. If you are looking to remotely sync devices on a different WiFi network, you'll probably need to set up a VPN on the network where the sync server is running and then connect your remote devices to be synched to the VPN you set up. If done properly, you should be able to connect to the local WiFi sync server from your remote devices. Once you are done synching, you can disconnect from the VPN. I have not personally tested this with Enpass, but I use a VPN to my home network to connect to a variety of services remotely and it works fine, so I don't think this would be an issue.
    1 point
  43. Hi, Thanks for the reply. Indeed, your workaround did it and I can now log in that form one shot with EnPass. Good to have that one working properly again! Have a nice day,
    1 point
  44. Hi @Discordant, Thank you for providing the link. We are in process to upgrade Enpass Qt framework to 6.2 by end of the year. Many long pending UI bugs will be addressed in that update.
    1 point
  45. There wasn't much afford. Thanks to this GitHub issue. Thank you for your forwarding.
    1 point
  46. I've now been using Enpass for a few days and whilst it initially seemed to be a great replacement for 1Password, I'm really at a loss as to why this bug hasn't been fixed because it's actually quite simple to do. This leads me to wonder if Enpass really is the right product for me if its developers aren't interested in the smaller details. 1Password received constant bug-fixes which indicated considerable attention to detail, and this is something that's very important to me when using a password management application!
    1 point
  47. Hey @Su30MKI Just an update- The issue has been fixed in the latest release of Enpass on iOS i.e. v 6.6.3. Coming subsequently on all the platforms. Thanks!
    1 point
  48. I had to export a bunch of password records from Enpass to CSV (and then to another password manager app; though I'm still using and prefer Enpass for my own stuff!). Here's how I did it: Move all the to-be-exported records to a new vault (yay, Enpass 6's support for multiple vaults); I ought to have done this when upgrading to Enpass 6 from 5 Use the Enpass app's File > Export feature to export the vault as a JSON file Use the `jq` script below to convert the JSON to a CSV file The conversion isn't entirely lossless - the new app / CSV import doesn't support attachments, and metadata such as timestamps, credential history and record types are lost (e.g. the destination app only supports three record types, nowhere near the flexibility of Enpass). Enpass' flexible schema is great but when it comes to trying to shoehorn that into a simple CSV it's a bit of a squeeze. In this case, the CSV file had to be of the form: Folder,Title,Login,Password,Website,Notes,Subfolder,Custom Fields Where "Folder" is a fixed string (e.g. "enpass import"), and title, login, password, website and notes map to the Enpass record's title and so on (there's an important nuance here that I'll get to in a moment). I'm ignoring the Subfolder (set it to a fixed "" in the CSV), and finally Custom Fields is a list of arbitrary key,value pairs that will get stored as such in the new app. So, seems straightforward: extract the relevant fields from the Enpass JSON export, print them in the right order, and Bob's your Uncle. Not so. Problem #1 is that Enpass' is mightily flexible: you could have zero, one or a dozen "username"s associated with a record, ditto passwords/other secrets, and let alone other data such as phone numbers, TOTP codes, arbitrary text fields, etc. (Aside: as far as I can tell none of the schema is documented by Enpass...). Plus you could have attachments, and finally records that don't have any fields at all (e.g. a secure note). This makes processing the JSON a little complicated. Problem #2, related to #1, in that you might have data in Enpass that just doesn't fit in the above CSV, for example security question and answer pairs. You don't want to lose these, so they should be included as Custom Fields in the CSV. Alas not everything is going to make it across - e.g. attachments, where the target CSV just doesn't support 'em in any meaningful way. Fortunately there is an awesome tool available for slicing and dicing JSON data - jq. And here's a jq script that will finagle an Enpass vaullt exported in JSON format to the above-mentioned CSV format: for each Enpass record, it copies over the record title and notes fields; for the login/password/website triumvirate it looks for Enpass fields labelled "Username", "Password", and "URL" to map over to the CSV; if it can't find a field it leaves it blank any other fields that contain content get stuffed in to the Custom Fields list that is, it should retain all field data, though a password field labelled "Secret" will turn up as a Custom Field, not in Password % jq -r '[ .items[] | [ . as $item | {"Username": "", "Password": "", "URL": "", "E-mail": "" } + ( [(.fields // [])[] | {(.label|tostring): .value}] | add ) | . as $all_fields | delpaths([["Username"], ["Password"], ["URL"]]) | . as $rem | "import", $item.title, $all_fields."Username", $all_fields."Password", $all_fields."URL", $item.note, "", ($rem | to_entries[] | select(.value | length > 0) | [.key, .value][]?) ] ][] | @csv' < enpass.json > other_app.csv I'm not going to try an explain that in blow-by-blow detail here, but suffice to say it deals with the fact that not every Enpass record has all the required target CSV fields (lines 3-5) or even has a fields list at all (line 5). It also has to deal with dumping out exactly the first few fields ("Username", etc) in exactly that order - even when those fields are not present in the Enpass input - then "all the rest" of the fields. It does that by merging (adding) a "default" object with each `fields` objects (line 4), and stashing that merged object away in `$all_fields`. Next it deletes the keys associated with the fixed part of the CSV output to leave only the remaining objects (i.e. "all the rest", destined to become the Custom Fields) in `$rem`. That takes us to line 7 if I'm counting right. From line 8 we get to start spitting data out, constructing an array of fields: first a fixed string "import", which is the folder in the new app where the imported data will end up. Also the item/record title here, lifted directly from the corresponding field in the Enpass JSON. Next comes the username through URL from the $all_fields object we stashed earlier. Then the item note (direct translation), and an empty field (don't care about sub-folders). The next little bit has to take the remains, the `$rem` object, and gather every non-empty field (every label:value pair where the length of the value string is > 0) and then turn that into a flat list of "Key", "Value" pairs. Finally the whole array's closed out, expanded and fed to the CSV formatter. Note the use of the `-r` command argument to emit raw (non-escaped) output. Easy, eh?
    1 point
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