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    Anshu kumar

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    Kashish

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  1. 4 points
    Hey all, Inconvenience is regretted. We've already reproduced and found the bug for the "Touch ID" issue. A fix is under way and will be available in the next update. We hope to release the fix soon. Thanks.
  2. 3 points
    Hi, I have been using Enpass for a couple mounth now, after buying the Premium version which is very good. However, I am a bit of a design nerd, and I was quite sad to see that the icon system was not so good, and it seems that I am not the only one: Only a few icons are available by default. Some icons are quite outdated (see the Netflix one). Adding custom icons is long and buggy (the icons size is very messy). We cannot remove custom icons (after trying to add the same icon in various sizes, I got it in almost ten version and found no option to remove them). That is why I have been thinking about the following features, that I think could be good looking and more userfriendly: When new credentials are added, if the field URL is filled, try to catch the favicon and use it as an icon. If the website does not have a favicon, or the URL is not given, just leave the icon empty as it does currently. Added a little "refresh" button when editing a credential, which tries to catch the latest favicon (if the icon was a favicon) For the custom icons, just resize them to the size of the icon displayer. Adding a little cross on our custom icons (so that we can remove them easily) This requires that custom icons ALWAYS have the priority over favicons. I think this is not a huge feature, but it is the kind of details that improves the user experience, even a little (and that design nerdy, like me, will enjoy A LOT). Thanks for reading this!
  3. 2 points
    A lot of times, when entering my master password to unlock Enpass, I use the wrong password but quickly figure it out. I can't seem to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-A to select all of the characters and hit delete to quickly delete what I had entered. It is cumbersome to delete all of the characters by delete key or just enter and re-enter the correct password.
  4. 2 points
    On base install of Kubuntu 19.04, Enpass is unable to authorize sync with Dropbox (via Firefox). An error appears when clicking "Authorize" on the Dropbox sync page. I believe this is because newer versions of Kubuntu omit the `desktop-file-utils` package. This can be fixed by running the following commands in terminal: sudo apt install desktop-file-utils sudo update-desktop-database After this, run the sync setup again and it should work.
  5. 2 points
    Sorry but I'm done with your crappy software. I'm a developer myself and I know releasing a bug free software is impossible, but your update from 5 to 6 was just BS. You killed the sync functionality and the db conversion from 5 to 6 also wasn't bug free. OK bad thinks might happen... but all these problems were reported months ago and still there are no fixes. Even worse now sync is broken on all platforms! In my case (WebDAV) sync is broken because of a character conversion failure. So if minor bugs like these take you months to fix, how long would a security critical bug like a failure in your vault.db design take to fix? So I'm done with Enpass, not only did your support disappointed me also my trust in your Software is broken. If anybody else how wants to switch to Keepass: I quickly wrote an converter script from enpass json to keepass csv. Most of the informations are preserved. Everything that has no group in Keepass will be stored as Note. I wasn't sure how the attachments are serialized, so I didn't cared for them. Have fun: import json with open('enpass_export.json') as enpass_json_fid: vault_data = json.loads(enpass_json_fid.read()) keepass_csv_string = '' for item in vault_data['items']: title = item['title'] group = item['category'] last_modified = str(item['updated_at']) url = '' hostname = '' password = '' username = '' email = '' note = '' if item['note']: note += item['note'] + "\\n" for field in item['fields']: if field['value']: if field['label'] == 'Website': url = field['value'] elif field['label'] == 'Hostname': hostname = field['value'] elif field['label'] == 'Password': password = field['value'] elif field['label'] == 'Username': username = field['value'] elif field['label'] == 'E-mail': email = field['value'] else: note += field['label'] + ": " + field['value'] + "\\n" if hostname and url: note += "Hostname: " + hostname + "\\n" elif hostname and not url: url = hostname if username and email: note += "E-Mail: " + email + "\\n" elif email and not username: username = email if note: note = note[: -2] keepass_csv_string += '\"' + title + '\"' + ',' + '\"' + group + '\"' + ',' + '\"' + username + '\"' + ',' \ + '\"' + password + '\"' + ',' + '\"' + url + '\"' + ',' + '\"' + note + '\"' + ',' \ + last_modified + "\n" enpass_json_fid.close() with open('keepass_import.csv', 'w') as keepass_csv_fid: keepass_csv_fid.write(keepass_csv_string) keepass_csv_fid.close()
  6. 2 points
    Hello guys, Thanks for using Enpass. Our team has taken note of this issue and we are looking towards a resolution. Thanks.
  7. 2 points
    Hi, I often have passwords with an expiration date (30 days, 90 days or 120 days). It would be helpful if I could add an expiration date when changing the password and get a notification before expiration. BR Christian
  8. 2 points
    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)
  9. 1 point
    Hi @gabeweb Thanks for writing back. I would like to share that we do have some thoughts to release an updated version of Enpass portable. Hopefully, the same will be available very soon. Thanks for the co-operation.
  10. 1 point
    Did exactly what was asked and it failed with the code 1208413. Tried on different browsers and it made no difference. The size of my vault is 6.9mb
  11. 1 point
    Hi @trashcat2 & @Dentonthebear, Thanks for reporting this issue. I have noted down this issue and notified the QA team to look into it. Thanks for your co-operation.
  12. 1 point
    Hi @trashcat2 Happy to confirm that I am seeing the same behaviour. Running version 6.3.3 (601) under Xubuntu 18.04
  13. 1 point
    Hi @abhibeckert & @Sbu, Apologies for the late response. Enpass autofill in browsers involves a lot of guessing game. Enpass detects login forms based various input field attributes, e.g., a form with single password input, a form with input fields with most commonly used ids for usernames etc. Though not all websites follow the same practice, e.g. some websites use input fields in a div outside of the form. Similarly, submit button is also detected based on its id etc. Sometimes submit button is an image or normal text element with JavaScript handler. Also, submit action is not triggered when a captcha field is present. So, there is not fit for all solution, and we keep updating our algorithms on customer feedback. In this particular case, we have made a small change where submit action will be triggered on most qualified login form on the webpage even if it does not have any id associated. This fix will appear in next release. @Sbu We have noted down your valuable suggestion regarding FAQ and forwarded it to the concerned team for further consideration. Thanks for your feedback!
  14. 1 point
    It would be nice if Enpass could store the password history for an account, retaining previously used passwords (passwords that were actually saved, not just generated) in a list or note that can be viewed on demand on the account card itself. Thank you!
  15. 1 point
    Hi @Sander, Thanks for using Enpass and writing to us. We have noted down your valuable suggestion and forwarded it to the concerned team for further consideration. Thanks for your feedback!
  16. 1 point
    Hi Enpassians! We know our beloved Chromebooks users have been missing the Enpass autofill functionality since the release of v6 and finally, it's here. Along with this, the beta update v6.0.8 brings: Autofill support in Chromebooks: Say howdy to all new Enpass Password Manager extension for Chromebook which makes filling details in Chrome browser easier than ever. Install the exclusive beta extension from here http://bit.ly/2TKsq0Q and share your experience. App Shortcuts: Introducing the App Shortcuts in Enpass and making it easier for our beloved users to Search, Add or access Favorites items quickly. Users can reveal the shortcuts by long-pressing the Enpass app's launcher icon avoiding the need for additional navigations. Better Dark Mode: Bringing the true Dark mode to the Enpass app and making it easy on the eyes. Fast Scrolling: The app now keeps the scrolling smooth for the lists of content, by offering the Fast Scroller. It allows you to drag a scrollbar to scroll to wherever you wish quickly. Fixed an issue where the text got truncated in the Greek language. Minor improvements and fixes.  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!
  17. 1 point
    I'm going to repeat myself but please support yubikey feature. IT's pretty simple, yubikco is giving all the API we need to do this: We know that it should be for web app but if you say was the ONLY usecase then -> we wouldn't use it to auth in windows 7 locally -> we wouldn't use it to auth in keepass locally -> we wouldn't use it to auth to QubesOS and decrypt the device LOCALLY Should I continue? Yubikey CAN and SHOULD be used to decrypt encrypted assets in ALLL password manager. We should never pretend to know better since there are always better version of ourselves and in this case it's also true. If theoreticians of security and cryptology use it then we should too. simple as that.
  18. 1 point
    Hi @Matis, Thanks for the valuable feedback. It's been duly noted and shared with the development team for further consideration.
  19. 1 point
    Hey @Ralle82, If you add an item using the Add new item(+) option in Enpass, there's already a drop down menu to choose the vault where you wish to save the item. Additionally, on desktops, as a part of the auto-save feature, the Enpass extension provides an option to select the vault in which user wishes to save a login item if that's already not in the Enpass database. If we've missed something, please let us know. Thanks.
  20. 1 point
    I tried doing what others have said worked, without success. Specifically: 1) Removed iCloud Sync from a Macbook that was still syncing correctly 2) Made backup on Macbook that couldn't sync. 3) Used the "Erase Everything" option on the Macbook that couldn't sync 4) Removed Enpass application from "Applications" (and removing from Trash) 5) Went to App Store and re-downloaded Enpass 6) Imported Backup file 7) Waited a bit, then tried to turn on iCloud Sync Still sits on syncing for me on the Macbook that never worked.
  21. 1 point
    Sergio, I agree that trust with a password management programme is very important. That is why I changed to Enpass, after 1Password started trying to push people to their online-version (using amazon servers at least at that time, so a US-company under US laws, which I did not want to have even when encrypted) with almost missionary zest, although I would have liked to stay with 1Password. Admittedly, I also do not like the subscription model very much. However, I think it would be wise to distinguish between statements that contain a guarantee that it will be like that for ever and those which are only valid for a certain time. In a world of change, statements related to prices are prone to go with that change, and I do not think one should expect otherwise - a company must be able to sustain itself, and the people working for it will not only want to "barely manage". So reasonable pricing is... reasonable. And they do stand by their promise that if one bought (and during the transition period still can buy) a mobile version once, one would be able to keep it without paying anything more. But I do not think they have promised that what you have been quoting ("no subscription") would stay so forever, did they? So I do not think one has to see here a breach of trust. And, while I think the reasoning for the change should not have started with changing user habits (I severely dislike when companies tell me, that because of "habits" of "users" they change into a direction I dislike, for I am a user, too, and have not even been considered, especially if one has to pay more in the end because it would be what "users" want, so to speak, I would appreciate coming forth with the - in my eyes - core argument at once (they do have raised the point in their blog post, though, just not as the first argument, but they have), which is: they need to earn money), they do still offer a non-subscription purchase option, as My1 has pointed out. So, when I try to be fair, I think it is an acceptable decision - although, as I said, I dislike subscriptions and would prefer companies to stay away from that as "just the price of one Starbucks coffee", as often, then, is the justification, simply very quickly adds up. And I just want to know that the purchase is done once I have - once! - paid, until I actively decide to pay for a new update, for example. By still offering both options, Enpass has, in my eyes, tried and managed to find a balance that will stustain it, which is good for the users. We may not like parts of the way how it is achieved, but in my eyes, they do try to make it fair and gracious. That at the moment some may have difficulties signing up, if you look through the forum, is unfortunate, but can be forgiven in this transition period, I think. Of course, everyone has to decide for himself - but I just wanted to point out that if it is about trust, for me, in this, it has not been broken. It is our expectations that may have been disappointed, but promises I do see kept, as far as I can see.
  22. 1 point
    Anshu Kumar -- What's the REAL story on WiFi sync? WHEN is it going to be included?
  23. 1 point
    We have 10 users with this problem after the latest update! Bad testing procedure Enpass!
  24. 1 point
    Hello, The version 6.0.2 of the Enpass Extension for Chromium does not work with the actual version of the Brave Browser on OSX (Version 0.65.121 Chromium: 75.0.3770.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)). After activating, it shows up with a large red space in the background and seems not to respond to any user interactions (visible response). Looks to me as if the extension cannot handle high resolution displays, but i could be wrong. Does anyone know how to fix this? Does someone else have the same problem?
  25. 1 point
    On 64-bit Linux Mint 19.2 "Tina" (Cinnamon), I followed the Enpass instructions for adding an apt source and installing Enpass (this installed version 6.2.0.537). After experiencing same/similar problems as the topic starter, I did this at a terminal (Bash shell) to downgrade to an older version (6.1.0.407, specifically)*: Quit/kill Enpass: $ pkill -i enpass Remove Enpass: $ sudo apt-get purge enpass Search for available Enpass packages: $ apt-cache madison enpass Install specific version of Enpass: $ sudo apt-get install enpass=6.1.0.407 To avoid upgrading Enpass during an apt-get update/upgrade: $ sudo apt-mark hold enpass If/when you no longer need to keep a specific version: $ sudo apt-mark unhold enpass *Worked for me; YMMV.
  26. 1 point
    I really like enpass so much! But there is a fundamental security problem with the biometric unlock. face-id and fingerprint are not safe. you can hold someone's device in front of his face. or you press his finger on the device. We also leave fingerprints everywhere. They are even stored in many ID cards. this is a fundamental problem to unlock smartphones in this way and not a probem of enpass itself. but enpass should be more secure. its a pitty, that you need only seconds to overcoming the biometric unlock and all passwords are open! Enpass could become much safer with two very simple changes: 1. PIN & Biometric unlock at the same time. Please change the Enpass app so that the PIN and the biometric unlock are possible at the same time. Then a very short PIN could provide much more security. I would use a three-digit PIN and set the number of failed attempts to 1. After a single wrong entry, the master password must be entered. An attacker who overcomes the biometric unlock would thus only have a 1: 1000 chance. At the same time, the use of enpass remains very comfortable. 2. We urgently need a time-out for the biometric unlock. As in the desktop version, after a certain time (1 day) or when the device was restarted, the master password should always be queried. So it does 1Password - why not Enpass? It prevents attackers, who has captured the device from having all the time in the world to overcome the biometric unlock. Please implement this very simple features. You can set it by default to „only biometric unlock“ (without a pin at the same time) and set the biometric unlock timeout to „never“. So there will be no less comfort for people, that dont need higher security. kind regards Fabian
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  28. 1 point
    The same goes for me. 1Password requires the master password after restarting the iPhone. The biologic unlock is not possible. With Enpass the Unlock is possible directly after the restart by fingerprint. That's not good and incomprehensible. Turning off the phone should always be a kind of a emergency stop. For example, many people turn off their phones at the border. With a switched off phone, a potential attacker has all the time in the world to think about how to crack it. Hackers have already demonstrated, that it is possible to take the fingerprint of a person from a coffee cup, make a copy an trick the iphone. Dear Enpass Team, please change. There is no reason that PIN and fingerprint remain even after a reboot. In addition, we would like to be able to set a timeout after which the master password is also retrieved. What exactly is so difficult about that?
  29. 1 point
    Hey @modelator, Thanks for writing in. We have received no such request. Being an offline password manager Enpass saves data locally on the device not on any server. As we don't store or have any of users data and neither we route any user data. So we have no means to fulfill such kind of request. Thanks!
  30. 1 point
    Hi Kashish, It seems that the problem was due to the Firefox extension ScriptSafe. As soon as it was disabled, the auto-save feature resumed working fine. Thanks.
  31. 1 point
    Hey @lebfr, Thanks for your prompt reply. Well, will look into this to find how can we do it. Thanks for your co-operation.
  32. 1 point
    @Vikram Dabas? @Ankur Gupta? The unresponsiveness and lack of progress on these issues is making me start to regret putting my password eggs in the Enpass basket.
  33. 1 point
    @Friedi Yes, but I cannot say anything about Chrome as I'm not using it. But @Twizzlers has probably the problem that his “Domain” field’s type is not URL (that's what I see from his screenshot), but there might also be another issue, I don't know. He should just check it out. Finally I can tell you, I have no issues with archive.org or any other website, when all needed fields are setup correctly.
  34. 1 point
    Hi, first - today i switched from 1Password to Enpass because they ripped the local storage in 7.3x. And guys, you saved my day! Enpass is a real competitor to 1Password... So i wan’t Enpass become even better, so i ask you to add following feature. Today you support iCloud which allows me to use there one vault. iOS 13 supports shared iCloud Drive folder, which if i create a single folder for every vault i need and all of my vaults are stored in one place. If you could realize this, your not only my heroes - your the kings of the hill... Kind regards! Thomas
  35. 1 point
    This post is 2 years old now, when can we expect it to be implemented? The only thing keeping me from enpass and sticking with keepas is the ability to autofill credentials as well as TOTP in applications.
  36. 1 point
  37. 1 point
    Hey @Simon92, Thanks for sharing the details. Our dev team is already working into this issue. Till then we request you to please co-operate with us. Thanks!
  38. 1 point
    Wow...Anshu, you have nailed it. That was the exact problem...seems my first attempt to get the latest version from the Microsoft Store, while terribly confusing, was successful and it was there lurking while I upgraded the existing version. I have uninstalled the Store version. Thank you for your quick response. G.
  39. 1 point
    The following steps and information will allow you to import a CSV file. Although I am coming from SplashID, the information below is useful to anyone. Tools Excel TextWrangler (now BBEdit) - free. Or probably any feature-rich text editor. "TextEdit" default app is NOT sufficient. Thumb drive Investigate how you will secure-delete your unencrypted SplashID export file before you export. SSD is questionable, as are flash drives. However, Flash drives are more easily reformatted in whole, or flat out sacrificed and destroyed. Google "wear levelling". The csv file is dangerous. It's unencrypted, small and fast to copy. AND, it's the most important data you have. Overview You will export the SplashID CSV file to a sacrifice-able thumb drive. You will import a .csv file of your own structure using Enpass desktop. The SplashID .csv export will be cleaned up in TextWrangler, imported into Excel for sorting, and finally opened in TextWrangler again for final processing. To import to Enpass, you will choose the "Pre-formatted CSV" option, then choose "Other Miscellaneous" from the drop down list before choosing and uploading your file. These instructions are a careful sequence of Find-Replace for your SplashID CSV export, resulting in a properly formatted file. You will still have to work your data inside Enpass, such as dragging items into Enpass categories or adding tags through multi-select. This is not very sophisticated. It DOES get your data into Enpass, and in the tidiest possible way. Probably it's time to tidy your data anyhow. Result Your final file will have one record per line, no spaces/returns between lines, and the top line will be the field names with quotes around them. The ends of the lines have no punctuation character. Your file will have had all commas that do not relate to fields removed. In case you didn't know it, CSV stands for Comma Separated Values. Attention: dates (January 5, 2007) and notes (Dear Jim, I am ...) will create import problems or unexpected results due to commas. Difficulty There are many small but easy steps. Frankly, Enpass, I don't know why this can't be a wizard. Steps 0. Export the SplashID CSV file to an empty flash drive that you don't mind destroying later. Make duplicate of the CSV file. Don't work on your original. I don't take any responsibility for your data, nor will I help further than this post. Let's assume your original export file name was SplashID-export.csv 1. Open the file in TextWrangler: Immediately: File > Save as... Choose a new name like MyPasswords.csv. You may need to add .csv at the end. If it says .txt you can simply replace it with .csv. Choose Unix and UTF-8 encoding. Save. In TextWrangler, you want to work with unwrapped lines... View > Text Display > Soft Wrap Text Even if something below is checked but grayed out, Soft Wrap Text is NOT CHECKED Tip: In TextWrangler, when you click a word all same words are highlighted with an underscore. 3. We will be using semi-colons for markers. Therefore, replace any existing ones in the CSV file with something else NOW... before the "marker semi-colons" are added. Later, Excel will import commas, but export semi-colons. If you don't clean out extraneous semi-colons now, it'll be a big pain later. Find ; Replace - Replace it with whatever you like that is NOT a semi-colon or a comma. Here I use a dash. The semi-colon will tell Excel (eventually, on import) "This is the end of a record. Start a new line." The comma will tell Excel (eventually, on import) "This is the end of a field." 4. Now build the formatting framework for the further work. First, we want to remove all tabs and return characters. You can see that in TextWrangler as a little hook and perhaps a delta-triangle when you... View >Text Display > Show Invisibles 4-a. Get rid of all the line breaks. Select everything. Text > Remove Line Breaks 4-b. Unfortunately, some return characters remain. They are little hooks. Highlight one this way: click to the left of the character and drag your mouse directly down one line to the start of the line below. Only the return character and it's line will be selected. cmd-c (copy). Open Find. cmd-f (find). In the find box, cmd-v (paste) in the return character. The find box will look empty. In the replace box, type 4 spaces. Again, it will look empty. Now replace ALL. CORRECT RESULT: ALL DATA IS ON ONE LINE. Note: Forget about all those extra spaces. They automatically get sanitized out in the process below. If they don't, you can later replace 4 spaces with something else in the same way. Naturally, 4 spaces is more searchable than 2 spaces. 5. The exported SplashID CSV has a handy structure for the following step. The record TYPE comes at the start of the record and the CATEGORY ends the record. We are going to mark these using Find-Replace, then use the markers to put line breaks at the end of records - where we want them. Remember, Enpass only accepts "one record - one line". The semi-colon markers make it easier to look at your records in Step 8. Also, they tell Excel when to start a new row. Any extra semi-colons will transfer into Excel as blank lines. No need to worry. They automatically get sanitized out. If you didn't do Step 3, you will regret it after this point. So, going from your SplashID TYPE dropdown list... Find FirstType, Replace ;FirstType, Put the semi-colon before the type name. Include the comma in both operations. Repeat for all Types, including "Unfiled" or "Other". Note: If you’re clever at cross referencing, you can compare the category counts with the search results for, for instance, “Personal” TYPE. If Splash ID counts 10 files under "Personal", but your search result window finds 12 instances of "Personal", then review it to make sure you aren’t setting a semi-colon in an unnecessary place. Specifically, if the TYPE “Personal” doesn’t appear at the beginning, where TYPE is found, or at the end, where CATEGORY is found, then you do should NOT add a semi-colon. 6. The CATEGORY should be done like this: Find ,FirstCategory Replace ,FirstCategory; Put the semi-colon after the category name. Include the comma in both operations. Repeat for all Categories, including "Unfiled" or "Other". 7. Now reintroduce the line breaks... Open the find dialog box with cmd-f (find). Activate the checkbox for GREP. in the find box, type [\;] ...bracket BACK-slash semi-colon bracket in the replace box, type &\n ...ampersand BACK-slash n The codes say, "take all the semicolons and put a new line." The search terms will light up in colors, signifying GREP search. GREP is a sophisticated and precise code-based Find-Replace technique. More, in case you have really crazy data structures. Now replace ALL. 8. Review your data. Does each and every record-line start with a Type? If not, you can safely fix it by hand. Use the delete key to join up the rogue line with the line above it, to which it belongs. "One record - one line." Don't worry about lines that only hold a semi-colon. Save. Because you saved the MyPasswords.csv file as a .csv and changed encoding to Unix/UTF-8 at the very beginning, you are all good to go. You can probably see the current encoding in the info bar along the bottom. 9. OPEN EXCEL Open a new document to see the option to Import Import > CSV file > choose MyPasswords.csv > Deliminated File > checkbox "Semi-colon" and "Comma" > Next > Select All Columns > Choose the Text Format> Finish > New Sheet Long numbers (like credit cards) will be shortened to scientific notation if they are imported under the "General" Format. The numbers will NOT be normal on export if you leave them alone. To prevent ... In the last screen of importing you can choose General, Text, Date, .... USE THE TEXT FORMAT AT THE MOMENT OF IMPORT by first selecting the column (Or all columns - this spreadsheet has no calculation purpose) and then selecting the Text Format. Note: the difference between selected and unselected columns is very subtle. You will get a tiny white line around the black area.) To be sure, perform this formatting every time you are doing an Excel import! 9-a. Select All. Sort Ascending or descending. Is it blank?!?! Don't Panic. You can delete the many blank rows created by our semi-colon Find-Replace routine. Or Select All and change your sort direction. 10. Add an empty row at the top of the sheet. Add the following column headers, being sure to include, at a minimum, the bold ones - spelled EXACTLY as here. Tags, Title, Username, Email, Password, Website, yourChoice1, yourChoice2, yourChoice3, yourChoice4, Note, yourChoice5, etc6, etc7 Naturally, put the titles on the columns to correspond with what is indeed there. Mind the spelling and make sure you have all the bold items, even if you need to insert a new column. I suggest to put the Tags title on the TYPE column. Note on Tags: The Tags column should hold only one value at this point. If you try to complicate things with tag separators in the tag field, forget the rest of these instructions. These instructions are a careful sequence of Find-Replace. I didn't have multi-tags, so I don't have a process for multi-tags. I titled my TYPE column as "Tags". After import you'll have the chance to select several records at a time and add tags. Note on Creation Date: I sorta tried, but I do not think Enpass can retain the dates exported by SplashID. I deleted them. Probably, I could have re-entered all the dates in a format that uses dashes like 01-01-2001. Oddly, using the Format > Cells... > Date did not work. If you do not get rid of these date commas somehow, you are going to have trouble! Imho, just delete the date column. IMPORTANT: use "Note", singular, and not "Notes", plural, so the field appear in a yellow box in Enpass 11. The order of the columns doesn't matter to Enpass... not exactly. Since it plucks out "Note" for itself, for instance, it seems to affect the import of the columns that follow the Note column - depending on whether a record contains a Note or not. I don't know and I didn't trouble myself with understanding, but... if I move the Note and Tags column to the end I got the expected import results. Therefore ... move the Tags and Note column to the end. Reminder! Always select the column with a click ...as a whole... to keep your data orderly. 11-a. OPTIONAL: ADD A CHECK FEATURE Follow this if you want to give yourself an extra check that your import will have an expected result. Add a column at the very end. Title the column 2DELETE.. Use the handle to copy the word down the entire column. As a spot check, if you've imported properly, when you examine your imported items in Enpass, the 2DELETE field will also contain the value 2DELETE. Otherwise, with so much text file gibberish, you could overlook a data alignment problem. Of course, you should go back later and delete this column and re-step from Step 13. I also deleted the Category column. Once you're in Enpass, you'll want to drag each item into the native category folders that comprise Enpass anyway. 12. TIDY UP I used the split pane function to always show the title row while I tidied up some files. No time like the present to tidy the data. It may help you to see your data better if you use the "Wrap Text" cell format in Excel... Select All > Format > Cells > Alignment > Wrap Text IMPORTANT REMINDER: If you see long numbers (like credit cards) written in scientific notation. The numbers will NOT be normal on export. They will have been shortened and therefore changed. This is a matter of using the "General" format on that particular column in the import settings. In the last screen of importing you can choose General, Text, Date, .... General will allow the shortening of long numbers, and in the cycle of import/export of this method, the original numbers will be lost. USE THE TEXT FORMAT AT THE MOMENT OF IMPORT by first selecting the column (Or all columns - this spreadsheet has no calculation purpose) and then selecting the Text Format. Note: the difference between selected and unselected columns is very subtle. You will get a tiny white line around the black area.) 13. Excel: File > Save as... > Rename it to indicate that you sorted the file and changed the data, i.e. MyPasswords-Sorted.csv. Make sure it's still CSV format. Save. If prompted: save the active sheet, and click continue on the warning about features. 14. In TextWrangler, open the file which you identified as being sorted in step 13. 15-a. Notice that Excel exports .csv files separated by semi-colons rather than commas. Probably it's a setting I've got. Skip this if your exported file is separated by commas. While it's still separated by semi-colons, probe for any remaining extraneous commas: Find , Replace - Find a comma and replace with a dash. Or replace with a number of spaces or any punctuation that is NOT a semi-colon or comma. 15-b. Replace the Excel created semi-colon separator with a comma, as required by Enpass. Find ; Replace , Find the semi-colons and replace them with commas. 16. ONLY on the Title row, put quotes around the field titles. Do not add punctuation to the end of this, or any other, row. CONGRATULATIONS! Your data is now sanitized and whipped into shape. Save with a new name to identify this has been sorted and processed in TextWrangler. i.e. MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed.csv This helps to identify the correct file to import into Enpass. Save as... > MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed.csv Check that you've set Unix and UTF-8 encoding. Check the file ending is .csv. If it comes up as .txt, simply delete .txt and type .csv in its place. 17. OPEN ENPASS Once you've set the masterpassword, do a first test import into Enpass. File > Import > Pre-formatted CVS > dropdown "other Miscelaneous" > choose your file MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed.csv. Continue. IF your file is one record per line, IF there are no extra/blank lines, IF the file contains commas only between fields and not within fields, IF there are no semi-colons, IF there are indeed quotations on the field titles, IF there is no punctuation at the end of each line... your data will be recognized. Import! 18. Oh no! Is the screen empty?? That's because it was imported into the Miscellaneous category. Click Miscellaneous. Examine your import. Does the 2DELETE field contain the value 2DELETE? Look at several records. If yes, your data is aligned. In the sidebar, do your tags look like tags or do they have odd snippets of text? You've probably got a comma somewhere within your data. Choose a complex record. Compare it to the Enpass record. Is the record indeed complete? Alignment errors point to an extraneous comma somewhere. 19. PROBLEMS Need any fixes? Having an import problem "nothing to import"? Want to delete a column? You probably have a comma error, or a title formatting error. So... EITHER Go back to Excel, using MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed.csv, and follow Step 9. Rename it MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed-Excel-rev1.csv or whatever you like to indicate its freshness. Tidy your file and keep going down the steps. OR Go directly back to TextWrangler, using MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed.csv,, and follow Step 14. Rename it MyPasswords-Sorted-Processed-TW-rev1.csv or whatever you like. Tidy your file and keep going down the steps. 20. In Enpass, you can now either import more sheets (aka Categories) OR If you have fine-tuned your data, you will want to replace, not add it twice. If you worked on your records again, replace your data. You don't want duplicates. Erase what you already imported: Gear Symbol > Advanced > Erase Everything Follow from Step 17. 21. Organize your records inside Enpass. Sort them into the categories. Highlight several records and add tags with a right-click. 22. All good? Great. Set up a sync so you can get your data to your smartphone. First set up sync from desktop to cloud. From your phone setup sync from phone to cloud. Viola! 23. According to your appropriate method, secure-delete the dangerous, unencrypted SplashID export file and all the iterations you created above. All your passwords are exposed. If you go to all this trouble to use/change password keepers, do not be lazy about handling or properly disposing of these files. 24. Kiss your Mom. We love that.
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    Hi All, I can understand your concern regarding the safety and security of your data. Enpass does clear the clipboard after the set time interval. But some devices (Samsung in your case) have extra Clipboard services, when enabled, keep track of historical clipboard data. When Enpass clears the system Clipboard with an empty value, the clipboard manager keeps the previous password as history. Unfortunately, there are no APIs available at the moment which can clear a particular piece of information from such kind of clipboard managers. We can empty the complete clipboard history filling with empty values consecutively but it will nullify the very purpose of enabling such feature on your phone. If security is preferred over convenience of clipboard history, you should disable such feature. Otherwise you will need to manually clear the history in your clipboard manager every time you copy a sensitive information. Further, Enpass also has a specially designed Keyboard which let you fill the details in third-party apps, browser or even when you’re writing a mail or taking notes. This option will decrease the dependency on Clipboard as it can fill any detail anywhere you want to. You can check the more information here.
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    Hi, Just to chime in that this behaviour does work on Google and some other site (that if I can remember what they are I will list them) but not on others, again if I find any I will report them.
  42. 1 point
    Hello guys. Thanks for scale fix with .profile file. But this solution broke another qt software. I've added this lines to my ~/.profile and it's fixed my enpass. But with this lines VirtualBox GUI seems to be broken. How I can set qt scaling only for one application ? Or do you have any other suggestions ? My env: Xubuntu 18.04 full updated, latest Enpass (6.0.6 383) and latest Virtualbox from Oracle repo. Thanks. UPD: This config is ok for enpass and looks like for vbox too.
  43. 1 point
    Hi, Thanks for the feedback. It's been shared with the team, and we will consider it in the future versions.
  44. 1 point
    Hello, Thanks for your suggestion! I will pass it to the team for further consideration. Meanwhile, for a workaround, you set the location of Enpass Auto-backups to your hard drive.
  45. 1 point
    Hey @Bub_Bit, Thanks for writing in. No! I would like to share that Enpass is tied with Google Play services and can only be downloaded and purchased from the Google Play store. We strongly recommend users to install Enpass only from the respective app stores (Google Play Store in your case) as apps on Store are signed with developer certificates and delivery through it assures that software is genuine and not tempered. While installing Enpass from other websites or stores might put you in trouble of security risk like data theft. Cheers!
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    Hi @CaptainBDSC Thanks a lot for showing interest in Enpass Beta program. You can join it from Android Play Store itself via Open Google Play Store on your Chromebook > Search and click Enpass > Scroll down > tap Join under the Join the beta. Wait for some time to get the changes and update reflected in the Store.
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    WebDav solution via Synology WIN / IOS Hello everybody, Since I was also facing the problem and did not really get help here, I'll tell you now, how it works under Synology to 100% !!! Before a small remark: The service on WebDav was really not good of you and constantly to refer to a demo account and then not even a normal WebDav connection over other WebDav programs made to get though everything is running very clearly shows that in the case just did not put your prio! It was so annoying that you almost lost me as a customer, but now yes !!! Changes to the previous version: Apparently what has changed in the resolution of the local folder paths and thus always comes the error that he can not access! Solution: Create a shared folder "Enpass". Then I created another folder per user, for example "Test" The internal path looks like this: \ Volume1 \ Enpass \ Test \ Now very important, now you put again a folder at the Enpass means: / Volume1 / Enpass / Test / Enpass / In the folder "Test" you put your tresor / file: vault.enpassdbsync The final path for the user "test" will look like this: /volume1/Enpass/Test/Enpass/vault.enpassdbsync Respite ... ;-) In order for access to work on Enpass then the https must look like this (here it gets exciting and the actual error is visible): https: // example. DYNDNS.net:5001/Enpass/Test/ important here is the specification of the port. If you have specified an individual port, of course, just enter this port there ;-). Of course, in DSM the user who defines it will give the read / write permission to the shared folder and also the WebDav right under programs. That's it, it works! Either the team picks up the hint and corrects their faq or corrects the procedure. no matter what you do, please inform us about it so that we do not face the problem again that it will not work! Small note: Thus, you can create multiple safes / users and synonymous synonymous via WebDav Syncronieren. I have always created the user folder and the folder underneath if I already had a vault. I then put the vault in the Enpass folder as described above. I apologize for the bad translation, my english is cruel. If you have any questions I will try to answer them in English, but in German it would be much easier :). many Greetings Seger --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WebDav Lösung per Synology WIN/IOS Hallo zusammen, da ich auch vor dem Problem stand und hier nicht wirklich hilfe bekommen habe, teil ich euch nun mit, wie es unter Synology zu 100% funktioniert!!! Vorher noch eine kleine Bemerkung: Der Service zum Thema WebDav war echt nicht gut von euch und ständig auf ein DemoKonto zu verweisen und dann noch nicht einmal eine normale WebDav Verbindung über andere WebDav Programme hergestellt zu bekommen obwohl alles läuft zeigt sehr deutlich, dass ihr in dem Fall einfach nicht eure Prio gelegt habt! Das war so nervig das ihr mich fast als Kunden verloren habt, aber nun ja!!! Änderungen zur Vorversion: Anscheinend hat sich was an der Auflösung der lokalen Ordnerpfade geändert und somit kommt immer der Fehler das er nicht zugreifen kann! Lösung: Gemeinsamer Ordner "Enpass" erstellen. Dann habe ich pro User einen weiteren Ordner erstellt zum Beispiel "Test" Der interne Pfad sieht dann so aus: \Volumen1\Enpass\Test\ Jetzt ganz wichtig, jetzt legt Ihr nochmal einen Ordner an der Enpass heißt: /volume1/Enpass/Test/Enpass/ In den Ordner "Test" legt ihr eure tresor / file: vault.enpassdbsync Der finale Pfad für den Benutzer "Test" sieht dann wie folgt aus: /volume1/Enpass/Test/Enpass/vault.enpassdbsync Atempause ... ;-) Damit der Zugriff dann bei euch über Enpass funktioniert muss die https wie folgt aussehen (hier wird es spannend und der eigentliche Fehler wird sichtbar): https://Beispiel. DYNDNS.net:5001/Enpass/Test/ wichtig ist hier die Angabe der port angabe. Wenn ihr einen individuelle Port angegeben habt tragt diesen port da natürlich einfach ein ;-). In DSM dem Benutzer den ihr definiert natürlich das Lese/Schreibrecht auf den gemeinsamen Ordner geben und auch das WebDav Recht unter Programmen. Das war es, es läuft! Entweder nimmt das Team den Hinweis auf und korrigiert ihre faq oder korrigiert die vorgehensweise. egal was ihr macht, bitte informiert uns darüber, damit wir nicht wieder vor dem Problem stehen, dass es nicht geht! Kleine Notiz: Somit könnt ihr mehrer Tresore / Benutzer anlegen und entsprechend auch über WebDav Syncronieren. Den Benutzer Ordner und den darunter hängenden Ordner habe ich immer selbst erstellt wenn ich schon einen Tresor hatte. Den Tresor habe ich dann wie oben beschrieben in den Enpass Ordner gelegt. Ich entschuldige mich für die schlechte Übersetzung, mein englisch ist grausam. Wenn ihr Fragen habt versuche ich die in englisch zu beantworten, aber in Deutsch würde es mir sehr viel leichter fallen :). Viele Grüße Seger
  48. 1 point
    Hi @skylark, Enpass 6 stores its data in a different place called App folder. You can't see this folder (blame Google for that). However, you can see data size by visiting Google Drive in a web browser and go to Settings(gear icon on top right)->Manage Apps. Cheers:)
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    As a workaround, I'm using Privoxy to forward the http traffic to my socks proxy. Just add this line to the privoxy config file: forward-socks5 / localhost:12345 . where 12345 is your socks proxy port. Note the dot at the end of the line. Then you can use: 127.0.0.1:8118 in Enpass http proxy (8118 is the default port for Privoxy). I hope you find this useful
  50. 1 point
    I´ve the same question. Can you make it possible to sync with wlan or with the enpass file on the PC when the mobile device is connected with bluetooth? I don´t like sync my passwords with any cloud..... When one of this will be possible I immediately buy this software for my Iphone.
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