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    Hi Enpassians! We know our Portable users have been waiting to get the v6 update quite a long time as they are facing compatibility issues with the data on v5 of Portable Apps and v6 of the Stable apps. I am sorry that took it more time than expected as we were busy in improving and stabilizing the v6, but it's finally here! The first beta of Enpass v6 for the Portable apps has been out, and you can get it from the download links given later in the post. The complete changelog for this beta is: What’s New Multiple Vaults: We are very excited to have the support of more than one vault in Enpass to collaborate with our family and team members, keeping our personal data separate in Primary vault. It was one of the most demanded features from you guys. You can share a vault with others by syncing through a common cloud account where each vault need a distinct cloud account to sync. Just go ahead, and give it a try! Secure Sharing: Every single item that you want to share with others can now be encrypted with a passphrase (call it Pre-Shared Key). You can create PSKs from the Advanced Settings of Enpass after which an additional option to Encrypt with PSK will appear while sharing the item. You need to share the PSK prior with the intended recipient to enable them to import in their Enpass. Please use a different medium to share the PSK than you’ll use to share the item. -“Keys are always kept hidden from the locks” ;-). Enpass Assistant: The minified Enpass is now called Enpass Assistant (Formerly Helper). It offers excellent autofilling experience with browser extensions, and you can invoke it from a Keyboard shortcut or System Menu bar. Always run Enpass Assistant in docked mode: From now onwards, you can stick the Enpass Assistant on the screen, and it won’t disappear when you click outside it. You can enable it from Enpass General settings under the Behavior section. Also, once the Enpass Assistant is opened, you can use the Keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+ D to stick it on the screen. Keyfile Support: You want to have a super-duper strong master password, huh! Yeah, but memory has a limit to memorize it. No worries, you can use Enpass 6 to let you use Enpass-Keyfile in addition to your master password as a second factor required to unlock the Enpass on every platform. Custom Icons: Let’s you set any image as an icon for an item. Trash & Archive: You know what to do with Trash. Archive those unwanted items which should be skipped while Searching. Identities: Create identities with personal information for auto-filling long, tedious sign-up forms with a single click. Multi-Line Field: It’s a new field type where you can save data in multiple-lines. History of Every Field: Like password fields, you can now see the history of changes in every kind of fields in an item except Notes. Dark theme: Added support for dark mode on macOS Mojave and Linux. A separate section under the ‘Groups’ tab to have a quick look at all TOTPs & Attachments. Added localization support for Afrikaans, Malay, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Romanian, Slovak and Swedish. Improvements Improved Security: The real stuff!! Enpass 6 comes with far better protection for your data. Check out more about Security on our website. Browser Extensions: The improved browser extensions now offer better auto-filling, auto-capturing, and security. Enpass extension can now autofill in pages with more than two fields. Also, while setting up the first connection with a browser, you would need to pair that first. Tags: Folders in previous Enpass were more or liked Tags, and so we have renamed them to Tags. And yes, they are nested too. Checking Pwned Passwords for Complete Database: Say goodbye to the hassle of checking every single password for pwnage, now you can review the passwords in your entire database with a single click. Improved Password generator and more brutal strength estimator. Again, Security Matters the most! Password Expiry: From now onwards you can set an expiry date to any password field and check for them from the ‘Audit’ tab when they are going to expire. Eight digits TOTP support. Unlike the older version, Password generator has no limitation of five passwords in history. Known Issues: Remember Location: After every fresh start, the app will ask you to select the data location even if you have previously clicked 'Remember Location.' iCloud Synchronization: The Portable versions are missing the iCloud option for the synchronization. Translations: Some strings might be not be localized in the supported languages. For Linux users running 16.04: The app icon isn't displayed in the launcher. For macOS users: Missing the Categories list, and item's icon: After the initial launch of Enpass Portable, the app may not show the Categories List or item's icon. Workaround: Copy the extracted enpassportable and paste it in a new folder or location. Now open the app and it will show the list and icons as expected. Using Safari 12 or later versions: Unfortunately, the Enpass extension for Safari will not work with the Portable versions. The reason is that the Safari App Extension is bound with the app installation. But for Portable versions, there is no such app installation. Workaround: Use any other supported browsers. Download Links Before installing the Beta version, please read the Enpass Portable User Guide. For Linux (.tar.gz): Enpass Portable Beta v6.0.7 For Windows and macOS (.zip): Enpass Portable Beta v6.0.7 Get your hands on this beta version and share your valuable feedback. If there are other improvements you’d like to see, please leave a comment below. Cheers!
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    Atm, access to multiple vaults works with the master password of the first vault. This prevents different users with different vaults can use enpass on one PC. In addition I think it's a security issue, because the master password of other vaults are saved in Enpass / in the first vault. A master password should never be saved anywhere! So it would be great, if access to a vault should only be possible with each vault's master password. Not with the master password of another vault. For me it's not importent opening multiple vaults at the same time. I only want to manage/using them separatly with one Enpass installation or within the web browser.
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    This is something I already mentioned on the macOS thread but since it is more about the general design of Enpass I decided to open a new thread about it. It seems like with the support of multiple vaults you took the approach that 1password took as well to let the user unlock all his vaults with one master password which is the password of the primary vault. Am I right so far? Now, I think for some users this might be a good solution but for me one reason for using multiple vaults is that I want to have one or more vaults that I only want to unlock very rarely because the passwords are sensitive and/or not often used. The way that Enpass6 works now, it makes it a little better because I can sync my default vault and store the "sensitive" one only locally but I think you should give us, the users, more of a choice here. I am very interested how others think about this.
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    I fully support this request. Having two or more independent vaults is a major point for Enpass (in theory). So far I can use any other PW-Manager (Reasons explained by AMK already)
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    @Anshu kumar I agree with @mdovey also, and strongly encourage some thought in providing the option to store vault passwords in the master vault or or not to provide better flexibility and security. Thanks for your consideration.
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    I would argue that as creating as there is an option when creating a vault to store the vault password in the master vault (i.e. you can chose not to), and it is possibly to delete the vault password entry later (and presumably also re-create it), I would argue that automatic unlocking of secondary vaults should be based on which passwords are stored in the master vault. i.e. if a secondary vault password is store in the master vault, then that secondary vault is automatically unlocked; if the secondary vault password is not stored, then that secondary vault is not automatically unlocked. Matthew
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    I totally agree with Jankkm, please give as option to unlock secondary vaults with their own passwords or with master vault password.
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    Thank you @Anshu kumar for clarifying that this is the way you want to go with Enpass. I still don't agree that it makes sense in every case and also about not having to worry about security. With this design every vault is only as secure as the primary vault passphrase wise. You are right that I can disable sync for a vault which means it is secure on the storage device/service I am syncing with but on my PC/Mac I have to use a passphrase on the primary vault that is at least as secure as the passphrases of the other vaults if I don't want to sacrifice security. I think this doesn't make sense because the passphrase of the primary vault is the one I have to type in very frequently so I don't want it to be too complicated and long but if the more complex passphrase of a separate vault is stored in that primary vault, again, the added security of the separate vault is gone (again, only locally). Also I like to use the PIN after typing in the passphrase once which weakens security in favor of convenience. It would be irresponsible to do this if the security of every vault depends on that PIN. I think it shouldn't be too hard to allow vaults that have to be unlocked individually and it would help a lot! I hope you understand my concerns and think about this again. Especially considering that 1Password has exactly the same weakness and quite a few users who are unhappy with it (https://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/56271/individual-unlocking-of-secondary-vaults-gone-in-1password-6).
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    @Anshu kumar Would you mind giving some short statement regarding this topic? Thank you!
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    I don‘t believe that this is a bug, they probably designed it this way. It would be good to get a statement from Enpass here though.
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    No, only the password of the primary vault is able to unlock everything. The passwords of the other vaults seem to be stored encrypted with the password of the primary vault. edit: sorry I think I got you wrong but my answer should still help. The vaults have different passwords but if you unlock the primary vault every vault is unlocked.
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