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  1. Hello all, In this forum post, I would like to share an update from our development team regarding Enpass M1 Native Support. As is known, Enpass uses the Qt framework for its UI and is currently running on Qt 5.x. To support M1, Enpass needs to be updated to Qt 6.2, and unfortunately, the actual time required to complete this migration has taken longer than expected. Furthermore, a few modules have been dropped in this major release of Qt, as well as some features are still not working. Hence, there are some pending upstream issues that need to be resolved. Having said that, the updated release timeline for Enpass M1 Native Support is now Q2 of 2022. The Enpass team is always thankful for such loyal and active users. In the meantime, we look forward to your continued support and patience. Thank You.
    10 points
  2. Hi @all We were able to reproduce the bug on our end, due to which this issue is occurring. Our dedicated development team is working on a patch right now, which will be released very soon. Enpass appreciates your patience in the meantime.
    6 points
  3. I didn’t see any bugtracker on your site, so hereby a bugreport in the forum as well. When using enpass browser extension in Firefox or Chrome with sites which include iframes and forms the extension gives the following error in browsers console: Error: Promised response from onMessage listener went out of scope 80 background.js:8:59712 The extension then steals focus to the first field of the form, after that it’s impossible to select text on the iframed-webpage, the extension returns the focus directly to the form again. I created a page where I can reproduce this behavior: https://www.db-works.nl/enpass-bugreport/ , please check this site with steps to reproduce. Tested with: Windows 10 Enterprise Version 20H2 (OS build 19042.1165) Firefox 94.0.2 (64-bits) + Enpass extension for firefox version 6.7.0 Chrome Version 96.0.4664.45 (Official Build) (64-bit) + Enpass extension for chrome version 6.7.4 Hopefully you can fix this bug.
    5 points
  4. Enpass became aware of a critical remote code execution log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228 194) on Friday 2021-12-10. We do not use Java in our product stack except Android app (log4j not being used). Hence, Enpass is not affected by this vulnerability.
    5 points
  5. Peter, try this if you’ve given up on accessing the original vault: Unlink your old vault from iCloud or where ever you sync it and move the vault from iCloud (or whatever) Create a new vault, restore the backup to that new vault, set up iCloud synching (or something similar), then delete Enpass from your phone. Reinstall it, register it with your email account and then restore the new vault from where ever you sync it. Unfortunately, on iOS at least, you cannot sync a new vault without knowing the password to the existing one. That’s why you need to remove and reinstall the app so you can get in.
    5 points
  6. Verified as solved in Beta 6.8.3.
    4 points
  7. Hey @All Enpass understands your concerns about using Rossetta for Enpass on the macOS platform, and the wait for a Native support. We want to inform our users that Enpass with Native support has now been rolled out for both macOS Store & Website (v6.8.2). Please take a look, and provide feedback. Cheers!
    4 points
  8. There is another topic asking for SSH Agent support. Unfortunately, the topic has been already closed without further information whether this will be implemented or not. I would really love to have SSH Agent support in Enpass. My expected behavior of this implementation would be Enpass asking me to unlock the Vault once an SSH Agent request is made (just like auto fill in the browser extension) and then accepting the SSH Agent connection. Is this on the list to be implemented?
    4 points
  9. Thanks @Ivarson. You are 100% right here. @sxc4567PIN locking is a convenience feature and only restricts app access. It does not close the underlaying SQLCipher database handle and an unencrypted database page may still be there in process memory. However, there is an additional level of encryption for the stored passwords with a per item obfuscation key to prevent direct visibility in memory for this case. Though, an attacker with advanced skills can still find the obfuscation keys and decrypt it. Locking with master password is the safest option for Linux as it will close all underlying resources too. Cheers:)
    4 points
  10. Hi @sxc4567 I can understand the risks associated with this unfortunate situation. We use both mlock (to exclude memory from swap) and madvice (to exclude memory from dumps) for critical memory allocations. Please read this old reply to understand how much of the sensitive data is available in memory as plain text at a given time and how memory sanitization works in Enpass. We are continuously working to improve the security of Enpass and prioritized a memory sanitization review task to specifically handle this situation. Regards,
    4 points
  11. Solved by myself. I managed to set up a new data base via the PC APP. After that, I changed the sync-type from DropBox on my iPad (which only had the trial version up to that point) to the new One drive - just for trial. It than asked me to combine both entries to one and that the new password will be set after sync for the new combination out of both data bases. That worked. So I precoeed the same way with the account on my iPhone and merged it. Now I have to check and possibly sort out double entries if there are any and I am done.
    4 points
  12. I'm using Vivaldi browser on Windows 11. To get my preferred keyboard shortcut "CTRL + E" to work, I had to disable this shortcut in Vivaldi itself because it was used in Vivaldi, too. Also, I had to set the shortcut for "Autofill or show Enpass" to "Global". When set to "Vivaldi" the shortcut doesn't work. I remember that this also was an issue in Bitwarden. Here I also had to set the shortcut to "Global" because it didn't work when set to "Vivaldi". Yes, that's not the perfect solution, but it works so far. Maybe Enpass is able to investigate here to get this fixed.
    4 points
  13. Hi @flyingbirds! Please keep in mind that Enpass is NOT 1Password, and I think they won't be a 1Password-clone. I also came from 1Pasword some weeks ago. Yes, it could be a little confusing if you are used to 1Password. But you will get used to Enpass, too. It takes some time, but that's how it is. I also can't go to Microsoft and say: "Hey, I come from Linux and Windows should work and feel just like Linux." But, never say never... Maybe Enpass developers are loving 1Password and want to come close to the 1Password-feeling.
    4 points
  14. Issue solved! I solved the issue by changing the synchronization mode to a different cloud service and then reselecting iCloud, providing all the authentication details and submitting the form. The iPhones now have a stable connection to iCloud and sync continuously. I will try the same on the Macbooks when they loose their authentication again. ---- Edit: Works like a charm now on iPhones and Macbooks!
    4 points
  15. If anyone is wacko here it's you, not to mention being outrageously rude to the devs.
    4 points
  16. Nevermind! I fixed it myself! I had the Windows store version installed! Installing the website version of the app fixed this whole issue! Jeez I have been living a lie all the time!
    4 points
  17. Hey thanks, Discordant. Apparently you were posting the same time I was. Your solution is spot on. Thank you for your help.
    4 points
  18. On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Security & Privacy , then click Privacy. Select Files and Folders. Select the checkbox below an app to allow it to access files and folders in that location or you can add Enpass manually if needed. You may need to click the lock icon and authenticate before you can add or change any items listed there.
    4 points
  19. And to add to what @Discordantsaid, if you're using Gmail or Google Apps and let's say your email is user@gmail.com, you can create aliases on the fly. Say you're registering at BBC website, then you can write your email is user+bbc@gmail.com and every email sent to that email will arrive to your user@gmai.com email. Of course, you will not be able to send an email from user+bbc@gmail.com, but you will receive all sent to it.
    4 points
  20. I've created a ticket and they sent me the following link with the newest release 2.4.2. For me it's working again without any further changes (Windows ACLs,...). Finally! https://supfiles.synology.com/fsdownload/cJ5c835mF/KI43117
    4 points
  21. 1Password charges a lot for their service and they’re a big company, so they can afford to offer things like this. Enpass is less expensive and doesn’t charge a subscription fee, so you can’t really expect them to offer a bunch of third-party services for no charge. Honestly, it is easy to implement on your own with a gmail account or any hosted email service that lets you set up your own email aliases. I’ve been doing this for many years now. As noted, if you have iOS or a Mac and iCloud+ that is another easy option.
    4 points
  22. Hi Enpass beta subscribers, We are pleased to announce that a beta release for the next version of Enpass, 6.8.0, is now available. The new version includes many exciting features on the macOS app and various bug fixes. We ask our beta users to test and provide their feedback. The list of changes is long enough to keep you busy for a while. As part of this announcement, we are also excited to let our beta users know that Enpass is releasing its first-ever beta through TestFlight. We encourage and welcome testers to join our beta program by clicking here. What to test: Automatic Compromised Password Check: Compromise Password checker can now run automatically whenever a new item is added, or an existing item is updated to ensure there is no breached data on your vaults. Just head over to Advanced Settings and enable the check box. Frequently Used Suggestions: Enpass now gives suggestions of the most-used Usernames, email, and Phone numbers stored in the selected vault while creating a new item. Fill from password history: Users will now be able to fill in passwords from their password history on the Edit page. Reveal password: Users can now reveal an item’s password by pressing the option keys on the keyboard. CapsLock Indicator: Notifies users when CapsLock is active while entering Master Password. Merge Backup vault to any Existing vault: Users can now merge data from a backup vault to any existing vault. Just Select Import > Enpass > Backup file> Select the backup file from your machine> Select the Vault you want to merge in> Enter the master password of the backup vault. Increased limit Password limit: While generating a password, users will now get an increased limit of up to 100 characters. Show More: We have returned the 'Show More' button to the Enpass assistant, hoping all your concerns with the 'Match URL hostname' functionality are now resolved. Custom period for TOTP: Enpass now support generating one-time code with custom period. By default, the period will be 30 seconds unless specified by the TOTP URI. Clipboard: We have updated pasteboard flags while copying data from Enpass. Un-synced changes Alert!: Enpass now shows a warning message when attempting to remove a vault that has un-synced changes. FIXES: Fixed an issue where Enpass marked TOTP as invalid if the TOTP had '\n' in the secret key Fixed an issue where extra spaces were being added before the parentheses(while adding/editing any text in any field) Fixed an issue where the passwords were getting truncated/cutoff/incomplete on printing the item if the escaped characters ('<' and '=') Fixed an issue where the item list is fetched multiple times, unlocking the assistant. Fixed an issue where Emojis under items is displayed as a set of horizontal lines. Fixed an issue where the text was getting truncated in the Korean language. Fixed an issue where a few users could not launch URL/website with Unicode characters from the Enpass items detail page. Fixed an issue where users were getting "nothing to import" while importing from Bitwarden (because of a change in Folder keys). Fixed an issue where a few of you could not print items from Enpass. Fixed subtitles for identity item with First Name +Last Name (subtitle of any old identity item will be changed on app update) Fixed an issue where the spaces after commas were not displayed. Getting beta versions: macOS – Store version: To test & experience the Enpass macOS Beta version, we encourage and invite users to please join our beta program by clicking here (Note: Beta version to be tested on Monterey) macOS – Website version: Download and install the beta from here. Bug reporting For any bugs or feedback, please drop your message here on forums or email us on support@enpass.io We look forward to your feedback for this beta release of Enpass. Cheers!!
    3 points
  23. Finally, a word from developers. Thank you for the information. We hope it won't delay. For me and, I suppouse that for a lot of people, Enpass is the MOST important tool in our computers/mobile devices. It is a great tool and, in my case, I wouldn't like to have to change to other software.
    3 points
  24. Hi @genwhisper & @AlfLaSalle, Please accept our sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused. I am glad to inform you that the option to drag & drop the passwords into the relevant fields is already on our development roadmap and can be seen in future updates. Meanwhile, we appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work towards this.
    3 points
  25. Now that iOS 15 is out, you might want to look into creating an extension for Safari on iOS. It looks like you'll get much better integration and a better password experience that way.
    3 points
  26. Same problem here, after reboot Windows Hello doesn't work and the master password is required. TpmPresent : True TpmReady : True TpmEnabled : True TpmActivated : True TpmOwned : True RestartPending : True ManufacturerId : 1095582720 ManufacturerIdTxt : AMD ManufacturerVersion : 3.58.0.5 ManufacturerVersionFull20 : 3.58.0.5
    3 points
  27. https://www.enpass.io/downloads/ scroll down to the Windows Website version. Click. Download. Profit.
    3 points
  28. Hi @flyingbirds, @DenalB We appreciate such loyal and active users. Enpass heeds every need and concern. However, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that development and testing take a lot of time and resources, our goal is always to provide the best work possible. At times, a user may feel unheard or unattended, but I assure you that at Enpass, a user's experience is paramount. That being said, I have forwarded this information to the appropriate team for further consideration and feasibility. In the meantime, I appreciate your patience and support.
    3 points
  29. I was pleasantly surprised that the Linux version (Ubutnu 20.04) of Enpass is compatible with iCloud. This was not so clear to me from the manual etc. Edit 220310: On second view, it's not so compatible. The browser auto fill option doesn't work. Anyway, about all these feature requests: You often say you will take them into consideration etc. And we all understand that the developers time is limited and is first of all used for keeping up with the regular updates of os-es and fixing bugs. Therefore, it seems only fair to be more open en upfront about this. Why not put all feature requests in a list and let the (registrated) public vote which they think is important? And put those on a public Road Map. I believe this would prevent a lot of disappointment and be better for everyone, including the people at Enpass who have to manage expectations…
    3 points
  30. Hello, Enpassians! Recently, we have been informed about the Enpass Inline autofill functionality issue. Users cannot select fields/dropdown in ServiceNow and other Google websites e.g. https://www.servicenow.com/, for this user had to block the particular URL and then use the inline menu functionality. Our development team is already aware of the bug in Enpass, and after thorough testing, we are happy to announce that a fix will be added to the next Enpass release. We appreciate the time you took to report this bug.
    3 points
  31. Hello Enpass! First of all, thanks for updating the browser extension, it's a really amazing tool now! I just have one tiny question, maybe I missed it in my search on Google and around the forums here, maybe I just miss something, I don't know. But I was wondering if it's possible to use wildcards in the Inline Autofill Popup Menu blocklist. Reason being is I also use Enpass for my personal accounts at work (like the password for my business e-mail account), where we also have another password manager for the business wide password credentials (sensitive internal information, internal credentials etc). On our dev environments, I have two passwords managers that would like to be used, the URLs are quite the same, like appXX.dev.domain.tld. In this case, it would be useful to just add *.dev.domain.tld on the blocklist, but it seems it doesn't do anything currently and it would be amazing if it did! Keep up the great work you're doing, I really love using Enpass! Thanks for making me forget my passwords! Kind regards, Mokaraa
    3 points
  32. Hi @loneranger! What version of Enpass are you using and on which OS and browser? I'm using Windows 11 and Vivaldi browser. I use the website version 6.7.4 of Enpass. When trying to fill out username and password on an unknown website, there are 2 possibilities to save the credentials into Enpass. First possibility is to add the credentials via inline-popup. You will get this popup window from Enpass, where you can check / change the information from that site. As a second possibility, you could just click the Login-button to bring up the Enpass popup. It looks the same as the popup you get within the first possibility. But you have to enable the setting "Ask to save new logins" in the browser settings of the Enpass app in Windows. I hope this helps?
    3 points
  33. Hi @Deuntje, @drob, @stealth You will be glad to know that our dedicated tech team has reproduced the bug on their end due to which this issue is occurring, and they are now working on a possible fix (to be implemented in the upcoming Enpass versions). In the meantime, please add the web pages on which this issue is occurring to the block list of your Enpass Extension Settings page. Here is how you can do it - On your browser, go to its Settings → Extensions → Enpass Extension → Details. A new page will open. Please scroll down on that page and select “Extension Options“. On the Enpass Extension Settings page, scroll down to “ Inline Autofill Menu Blocklist“, copy the URL of the webpage where this issue is occurring and paste it in the “ Add URL “ field followed by an asterisk in the end. #SI-2505 Appreciate your patience and co-operation in the meantime.
    3 points
  34. That seems to have worked. Thank you, Discordant.
    3 points
  35. FaceID is about security, as is Enpass. Just like if you reboot your iPhone, FaceID won't work until after you log in for the first time, if FaceID has been disabled, you have no choice but to manually enter your password on that device. If you don't have Enpass set up on another device you can still access then the only thing you can do is hope you can figure out/find the password. If you've recently exported your passwords from Enpass, you can create a new vault that you DO know the password to and import the wallet file into the new vault. There's no secret back door into your data if you forget your password, the data in that vault is basically irretrievable. Another possible way to repopulate a new vault if you have a relatively modern Mac and if you use iCloud Keychain/Safari. It is possible to export your saved logins from Safari in modern versions of macOS and Safari. Open Safari, Select Preferences... from the Safari menu, then select the Passwords tab in the window. Authenticate and then at the bottom of the sidebar that shows the list of your logins look for the three dots in a circle button. Click it for a drop-down and select Export Passwords... and then you can choose where to save an unencrypted version of all of your logins and passwords in a .csv file that Enpass can import. Don't hang onto the .csv file after the import is successful, as it contains all of your logins for all of your accounts unencrypted. Note that most other password managers also allow for exporting data in a way that Enpass can read. Good luck!
    3 points
  36. This is true for all password managers that allow you to fill items in-line that I've tested, it's not a specific issue with Enpass. For example, since it is popular I will say that 1Password also exhibits this behavior. If you want to use inline filling, pick only one in-line filling option (your password manager of choice) and turn off the other. If you want to use both iCloud Keychain and Enpass you can use them together, but then you should disable the inline filling functionality of Enpass and leave Apple's in-line filling active. This will allow you to use Enpass like you always have before 6.7.4 and still be able to use iCloud Keychain.
    3 points
  37. Turn off in-line filling for Enpass in your browser completely. You'll still be able to use Enpass like you used to, but Enpass won't add anything to the form fields like above.
    3 points
  38. I think the "wacko leftist crap" was directed at me because I used the term "woke". (Apparently my political affiliation and my entire personal values in which I lead me life can be determined on a single word.) Anyways, I don't disagree with your comments. I actually found this thread because, I too, was confused by the change. I even agree with your (very articulate) explanations as to why the user base may be inconvenienced by having to train themselves a new keyboard command. My point was that I simply don't think it's worth getting raged up about (see #Jeetdoh's comments in this entire thread), as if this was a big conspiracy to undermine Enpass users. Life is too short, my friends.
    3 points
  39. You need to turn on synchronization of your chosen vault(s) and use the same service and location on both iOS and your desktop. (iCloud, Dropbox, NextCloud, etc.) or use WiFi synching and make sure both are on the same physical network and WiFi synching is enabled and active.
    3 points
  40. It isn't turned on by default. You need to go into the browser plugin settings to turn that feature on if you want it. If you use Safari's password filling feature and Enpass you should only have one of those two turned on for inline filling, or they will get in each others way visually (just as it does for 1Password). Make sure the Enpass extension is enabled in Safari, then select the hamburger menu item on the bottom left: Select Settings from the popup menu that appears. Then click Browser Settings. Then click the Safari Browser button at the top of the window: This will open a new settings window as a tab in Safari. In that window, turn on the switch next to the Show Inline Autofill Popup Menu item: From then on you'll see an Enpass logo on login/password fields similar to the way you see a key if you have Safari's password filling feature turned on.
    3 points
  41. Not sure what change was introduced in the latest version, according to the change log, the browser inline autofill was added. However, the Windows Hello feature is finally working as it should have been on version 6.7.4 (934) on Windows 10. You will need to disable and re-enable Windows Hello authentication in the Enpass app to achieve this. Hope this will not be reversed in the future updates.
    3 points
  42. I think I may have fixed it at least for now. I went to Preferences, WiFi Sync, clicked primary. It then asked if I wanted to disconnect from icloud and use WiFi. I said yes, then closed Enpass and reopened. I then stopped WiFi sync and re selected icloud. Now it seems to sync.
    3 points
  43. Hi Enpass Users To make sure you are updated with our developments, we would like to inform you that our Windows signing certificate is expiring on 28 Nov 2021. From version 6.7.4 onwards all releases will be signed by a new certificate. Because of this new signing certificate, you might see a Windows SmartScreen warning after downloading & running the installer. Microsoft has reverted us that it is due to new versions, low download and install count initially. Request you to take affirmative actions while seeing the following warning popups. For more information and required steps, please refer the FAQ If you still face any concern or have any question, please reach us here or on support@enpass.io Cheers!! Note: It is a temporary warning and will not appear in the future when downloads reach a certain number.
    3 points
  44. I second this. I want to be able to select the "/" character to make the Shortcut Ctrl+/. Thanks.
    3 points
  45. Hi Enpass beta subscribers, We are working on introducing updates on browser extensions to make your autofill experience really amazing with Enpass. To support those upcoming extensions, we have made some changes in the desktop apps, and this beta is all about running a final compatibility check between this new desktop build and existing extensions. What to test: Keep using your existing browser extensions with this new build and they should work exactly as they used to. We have also changed the code-signing certificate for executables because the current one is expiring this month. So if you get a warning message from antivirus or a Windows smart screen warning, it is due to the new code-signing certificate. Please allow the executable to run, and you should be good to go! Fixes: Fixed an issue where a few of you were getting a message —This version of Enpass is out of date— on launching the Enpass app. Fixed an issue where some of the items were not imported from 1Password. The import process was breaking on importing items with large notes in items. Fixed an issue where Enpass was updating the password of another item with the same username. Getting beta versions: Windows – Store version (via Package Flight): Our beta subscribers can install the latest beta updates from the Windows Store. Windows – Website version (.exe setup): Download and install the beta from here. Bug reporting For any bugs or feedback, please drop your message here on forums or email us on support@enpass.io Cheers!
    3 points
  46. This may be late, but I wanted to note this here for anyone else who has this issue. The user above is saying they no longer have access to the registered email address. This link gives an explanation of how to solve that: https://www.enpass.io/support/kb/registration/how-can-i-change-the-registered-email/ If you don't have access to a registered copy of Enpass at all on another device of some kind, I suggest you contact support directly for assistance.
    3 points
  47. For security reasons where someone is requesting your passwords (I.e. law enforcement, school, work place) and has your device in their possession, please enable an option to ask for master password on a device reboot or when emergency mode is activated on mobile. Thank you.
    3 points
  48. @Pivopiev Try setup Chrome/Firefox as default Browser and then try to sync in case if doesn't setup as your default Browser.
    3 points
  49. Hi @Abhishek Dewan Ok, my mistake was probably that I always logged in with the TouchID of my MBA and didn't have the "Keep me signed in" option there. I've done it manually now and see if it lasts longer. Thanks
    3 points
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