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  1. Brave Version 1.20.103 Chromium: 88.0.4324.152 (Build officiel) (64 bits) It Work https://community.brave.com/t/brave-version-1-21-73-chromium-89-0-4389-72-on-mac-breaks-enpass/212242/4 Turned off Brave Shields: Work but not a real solution Workaround while waiting for a real solution 1 At start Brave, go setting turn off Brave Shields 2 Test Enpass, it work 3 And turn on Brave Shields, Brave+enpass work in this session. If you restart Brave you must repeat step 1 to 3
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  3. I can confirm @sharky's workaround does indeed work. Turn off Brave Shields and open the enpass extension so it can make its connections, then turn the shields back on. I will say, the specific setting is Trackers and Ad Blocking set that to disabled, open the enpass extension, and then set it back to you're choice of "Standard" or "Aggressive".
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  4. See this thread and probably many others, the devs are aware of this
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  5. My installation is similar. Unlocking the app using Windows Hello at the beginning of a Windows session works fine, but after locking and unlocking the screen, or after many hours, I am unable to make the Windows Hello authentication run. This appears but nothing for me to click to start Windows Hello! You need to add a button that starts a Windows Hello login session, or else offer us an alternative login method on this screen. Even clicking this "Open Enpass" in the system notification icon makes no difference. The app window above appears when I click this, but again, there'
    2 points
  6. After a standby enpass (client and browser) is empty. A restart of enpass solves it, passwords are available again. - Big Sur latest - Enpass latest Any idea?
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  7. Hi All, just an update to this workaround: Yes, you need to disable Shields (Settings > Shields > Trackers & ads blocking) to get the Enpass extension to communicate with the Enpass app. And apparently you can't whitelist the extension. But you don't need to keep Shields disabled. As soon as the extension finds the Enpass app, you can enable Shields again. As long as you don't restart Brave and/or Enpass (or your computer), the communication appears to be working. I tested that on Windows 10 and macOS Mojave, and it worked so far. Not exactly perfect, but at least
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  8. Hi All, Sorry for the trouble you are going through. It looks like Brave browser recently added a Brave Shields, which is blocking the Enpass app from connecting with the browser extension. We have notified them about this issue on their community forums here.https://community.brave.com/t/brave-shield-blocking-enpass-extension/212460 Thanks!
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  9. Hi All, Sorry for the trouble you are going through. It looks like Brave browser recently added a Brave Shields, which is blocking the Enpass app from connecting with the browser extension. We have notified them about this issue on their community forums here.https://community.brave.com/t/brave-shield-blocking-enpass-extension/212460 Thanks!
    1 point
  10. It works now, thank you. If I may though, a bit more haste would have been good. Especially since this was a feature broken by some minor update, could have been a valid move to just roll back (pushing older version as a new update) while you sorted this.
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  11. Hi All, Thanks for your patience. We have just released a new Enpass extension version (6.6.0) with the fix. Please give it a try and let me know if the issue persists.
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  12. This is not only with beta, with latest Stable Brave browser V1.21.73 (Mar 3, 2021) Enpass extension stops to work, unable to connect to Enpass app
    1 point
  13. Same problem. I created my own post though, not finding this one:
    1 point
  14. Hi @justaguy, The answer to your queries is- Audit: Disable this if you don't want to see the Audit section in the left sidebar. Audit dashboard: Disable this if you don't want to see the Audit results dashboard at the startup. Audit old passwords: Disable this if you don't want to see the old passwords in Audit section in the left sidebar. In this case, all those items which are marked by Enpass as weak and you do not want to highlight them can be made silent by excluding from Audit. To do that, go to list of Weak items in Sidebar to remove item from audit, righ
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  15. Thank you, That was it, I turned off the battery saver setting and enpass is still logged in after around 5 hrs. Thanks again
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  16. @gpf I have the same problem and it's really annoying.. I hope it will be fixed quickly...
    1 point
  17. Hi @Anthony, Thanks for sharing detailed steps. You are absolutely correct that there should be no point in waiting for the changes to be pulled from cloud. But Enpass does allow you to manually trigger the sync from the Enpass setting to fetch the latest data from the cloud in your device. To manually trigger sync go to Enpass app vaults page and select Sync Now. However, we do have plans to automate this in future. Please let me know if you need any help.
    1 point
  18. Hi @sil1902@mrbike @ikabupini, Apologies for the trouble. Our team has fixed this issue, and soon we will be releasing an updated version. Thanks for your co-operation.
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  19. Hi @chickenlover, That's strange. Please share the below details so that we can check the issue: Did you start facing this issue recently - like after an Enpass update, or did you face the same problem earlier as well? Which Enpass version are you using on the same device? Did you make any changes to your WebDAV account recently? Is it possible for you to share a demo account of your WebDAV server on support@enpass.io, so we can set up the sync at our end and check for issues? Thanks for your co-operation.
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  20. https://www.enpass.io/docs/manual-ios/share.html
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  21. Any indication on the ETA of the fix?
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  22. Enpass user here that would really like this feature, please pass on to devs. Thanks! N: Skipping acquire of configured file 'main/binary-arm64/Packages' as repository 'https://apt.enpass.io stable InRelease' doesn't support architecture 'arm64'
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  23. +1 Big Sur 11.2.1 Enpass 6.6.0 (772)
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  24. You just moved your passwords from your own device onto BitWarden's servers. Hopefully they'll remain secure there. The main reason I use Enpass is so my passwords are only on my device, and nowhere else. This sets Enpass apart from the others. The few clicks required to stop Audit is a very small price I'm willing to pay for that. And Enpass does listen to users: read Pratyush Sharma's post above.
    1 point
  25. +1 for me on this as a long-term Samsung Galaxy S3 (Tizen OS) owner and likely to upgrade to either Galaxy Watch 3 (or 4 later in 2021).
    1 point
  26. yup that shows an option "history", thanks!
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  27. Hi Garima Singh, I do have two Enpass versions but I am just working with one maybe I start the other by mistake. Thanks
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  28. Thanks, @Garima Singh, so there is an issue with the browser - thanks for investigating, and too bad. Yeah, I might use the stable version on the other device, I honestly don't remember. But thanks for letting me know!
    1 point
  29. Ok thanks, will contact the app developer to let them know.
    1 point
  30. Hey @Fotan& @ikabupini We've been able to reproduce the crash issue on macOS and created an improvement ticket for the same. Stay tuned for the subsequent updates of Enpass. Thanks!
    1 point
  31. Enpass is a great product. But the business model and company behind isn't anymore for me. I understand that they need to make money to deliver a good product in the long term, but it's sad how they treat their first paying customers. I have also drawn conclusions from this and switched to Bitwarden. I pay for it because 10$ per year is very fair. And I'm very happy with it. Why didn't you offer your existing customers a good deal to upgrade their subscription? Maybe I would have thought about it and stayed. Dear Enpass team, I hope you learn from this. And please stop the censorsh
    1 point
  32. Hey @Cooper Thanks for writing in. I have merged your request with the similar request. The same is already in the list of consideration.
    1 point
  33. I would, but it's been almost 2 months since the first message in this thread, and almost 2 weeks since your last response, and yet the red banner is there. If you're unwilling to fix such a simple issue (really, just a toggle in settings), what would happen with more serious ones? As an once happy customer who purchased your app, I'm honestly disappointed in how all of this is being managed. I've decided to move over to another Open Source password manager, it's been nice while it lasted, but no more Enpass for me.
    1 point
  34. Why is taking so long to remove these stupid banners? Why don't you do any user experience testing before implementing changes? Doesn't anyone use the app internally? If you did, you know after a few seconds that you can't add features that don't have an option to turn them off? What are you doing to this app???
    1 point
  35. I use one of the new "premium" lifetime memberships, so this change does not affect me. But I have a question: When do you plan to release a "platinum" membership for which I have to pay again? Like you did it now with the "pro" customers.
    1 point
  36. Hi, I recently dropped Lastpass in favor of Enpass 6, and so far I'm loving it. However a feature that can be improved, especially for power users, is the webform mapping screen. I am currently using the Windows 10 version and the relationships between form fields and enpass items seem to be read-only (apart from selecting a item field to map to) and can only be captured by browser extensions. A lot of those fields are required during sign-up, but not for further logins. I would like to have the ability to manually edit the webform mappings. Specifically, I would like to: Creat
    1 point
  37. I was just coming to post this same request! I almost always have to edit my generated passwords because the site lists included symbols, not excluded ones
    1 point
  38. Hello @DPN, Thanks for using Enpass. Please note that editing webform mappings is in our roadmap for future releases. Thanks.
    1 point
  39. I agree. The ability to edit webform mappings would be extremely useful. Often sites require a user name and another identification number and without the ability to edit the mappings, Enpass can't be used properly for these sites.
    1 point
  40. Hey guys, Thanks for your suggestion. The suggested feature is already in our roadmap and will be available with the subsequent update. Thanks!
    1 point
  41. I recently moved from 1Password to Enpass. I love it so far, but the modification of the webform mappings would be really awesome, especially removing them :/
    1 point
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