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  1. So you're not going to do anything for the lifetime people other than giving the option to hide the banner. Gotcha.
    6 points
  2. 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.
    4 points
  3. I don't quite get the question, but if you use the portable edition, you don't have to have any desktop apps installed, but if you want the autofill functionality in Firefox, the same plug in is needed as with the desktop versions of Enpass. To switch from desktop to portable versions, you're recommended to either start a new vault in the portable app and sync the items down from your cloud provider (if you used sync), or you make a backup from the desktop app and restore it during launch of the portable version.
    4 points
  4. The shown in foreground issue is finally fixed in the recent update - v6.7.3 (888) MAS. Yey for that There's still a visible flash from Enpass on the screen everytime I log in, but at least it's no longer necessesary to close the unlock window An entirely invisible (background) startup would be nice and hopefully implemented soon Mac mini | macOS Big Sur Version 11.5.2
    4 points
  5. Hi team, I recently got one of the new 8GB/RAM Raspberry Pi models and found it to be a quite nice minimal desktop experience. Unfortunately, I couldn't get very far with the tasks I was hoping to, as Enpass doesn't seem to support ARM on Linux yet. I'd love to see an ARM build published in the APT/YUM repos - unless I'm thoroughly mistaken about your codebase, it may be a just as simple as recompiling your current Linux build for ARM. I think over the next few years as we start to see more ARM machines come onto market you'll find more and more developer customers requesting this feature. Some operational suggestions for a smooth QuickStart: AWS offers ARM64 instances you can use for CI/CD. The new 8GB/RAM Raspberry Pi is now available for less than $100. They are suitable for "real work" if you prefer to do your dev work locally - I'm even building a Kubernetes cluster of them. All the best, Noah
    4 points
  6. Such sad news that Enpass is treating users like this. I'm not an Enpass user; I have been seriously considering purchasing the lifetime plan, but when I read this topic I see many fundamental issues that make me sure this would not be a wise choice. Passwords are one of the most serious piece of information you can handle. You can totally ruin a person's life (and I'm not exaggerating) by handling them in a wrong or insecure way. For that reason, it's primordial that you choose a password manager that you will fully trust. Breaking this golden rule is a big no-no and I must say by reading this topic, I already see many red flags: Making 2 different promises and breaking both of them. No matter how much you try to justify, not matter how much you play with the words to say it's fine to do it, this is breaking trust and breaking and breaking what you made users believe they were buying Making use of word "tricks" to differentiate "pro" users from "Premium" users. Really? These are practices very well-known to what scam companies do, and although I'm not saying you're one of them, I'm definitely saying you're behaving like one Using excuses to justify your own decisions and behaviour: "we need to raise more money... the lifetime plan was not sustainable.. bla bla..". Again: you as a company made that decision to sell that plan at a certain price, making a promise in the past, knowing the risk, but also getting all the benefits from it: attracting thousands of people that for sure gave you a good cash position for a while. What comes next? Free users will have access to their passwords blocked until they pay a ransom? This message is not a complaint, after all, I'm not even a customer (although I would be if it wasn't for your unethical behaviour), this is just a free piece of advise that I'm giving as a would-be-user for whoever is making those disastrous decisions within the company without any serious thoughts on the consequences. Sad to see companies like this with such a great potential throwing it all away
    4 points
  7. It would be nice to have a password marked as WiFi key. Add an action button to pop up a QR code. With that it would be handy to share WiFi passwords much more easily. Not an important wish, but a “nice to have”.
    4 points
  8. Don't forget to make a beautiful review at your play store or app store.
    4 points
  9. Why are Pro users not offered a discounted upgrade version to the Premium Lifetime license?That would be acceptable, at least for me, if you pay once for new versions.But to move Pro users to a subscription model now is a no-go for me. That's what I thought too. After Pro comes Premium, then Platinum, Diamond and finally the great VIP status.
    4 points
  10. They promised all of this to the pros. But what does a promise count after a year ... Nobody would mind if new users had to pay a monthly fee from now on. But asking existing customers to checkout again, even though enpass has promised not to do so, leaves a negative impression. You lost me and 6 other customers ...
    4 points
  11. I also get you need to make an income and have server cost, obviously. And no-one forced you to offer lifetime licenses at all, and made you promise those will never have to pay for upgrades and even new features . Yet you did. And now you're kind of re-labelling your statement by saying: Well, those aren't the Pro features, let's call them Pro Plus Super Premium XXL which are X $ per month, you're welcome. Any way you put it, that's not very smart politics.
    4 points
  12. I am using Enpass on Big Sur - works with no issues
    4 points
  13. @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
  14. 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
  15. Well, @Welshdog, I do not appreciate rogue code when it comes to password managers, for obvious reasons, that's all. I like this product for the features and value it offers, but yes, that rogue code (for whatever reason it exists) does give me a cause to be concerned. And the only reason I say this is that I have never encountered any app from any developer that caused this particular issue in my 15 years of using a Mac. @Vinod Kumar thank you for your elaborate posts, I will read through them and respond further if the need arises. I have not been available and online a lot since I last posted. You responded just about a week ago, so I am glad I have not kept you waiting as much for a response. From what I gleaned as I skimmed over your posts, it seems you are confident that this will not be a privacy issue at any point in time, so that is good enough for me. Further, since you are talking about system configurations, I am ready to provide any in-depth log and report I can, should you want. Do let me know what I can do in that regard, though I wonder what we might be able to achieve, as you suggest this is not something in your control. iCloud is not customised by me in any way, everything is set to whatever the defaults are, and, frankly, I am not even aware of iCloud backing up my system files on the Mac, let alone the ability to configure such backups at user's end. I always understood iCloud to backup only the iOS and iPadOS files. The only other thing that comes to my mind is that since this issue is more in Apple's domain as you suggest, then shouldn't the developer company (Enpass) try and reach Apple and get them to fix this? It is possible that most users of your software will never even realise that rogue entry's existence, but when they do, they will unnecessarily panic, and they will only point at Enpass. Shouldn't Enpass work with Apple to have a fix for this, for Enpass's own short and long-term repute?
    3 points
  16. You set up the new vault locally and once you do, you will be able to select the vault from the preferences and click the Set Up Sync button. Then you choose NextCloud and your vault will be synched there automatically.
    3 points
  17. Thanks for your instruction. It works. Good job ENPASS team
    3 points
  18. It would be great if there was an exception to match url hostname for domains. so for some services with general domains I know I have a common id for but for some maybe a domain I or my company manage may have various systems I access under a common domain may be unique logins for sub-domains. Can we submit a feature request? Thanks
    3 points
  19. After looking closer at the apt install output I could see the version was indeed installed. I had never stopped 6.5 from running and was seeing the current running version. Once I closed and re-opened I seemed to be ok. Thanks for the response
    3 points
  20. I am really look forward to the extension as well. 1Password already has it live ! Also there is a bug on iOS 15.. previously i could open password protected pdf’s from mail on iOS, but choosing the password from enpass - but now that doesn’t work
    3 points
  21. For me this bug is fixed in 6.7.2 under Ubuntu !! Thanks
    3 points
  22. I can confirm that. It seems like a quick fix. I hope it will start invisible after another update.
    3 points
  23. Hi all, Apologies for the delay in responding to your comments. We do monitor all our discussions and this issue is on our priority list. A fix will be available in next week release. Enpass will always try to do its best to hear out our user's concerns, thanking you all for the support and patience!! Cheers!!
    3 points
  24. Good morning. I had this same error with both my PC and Android on DSM 6.2 and DSM 7.0, some time around June/July 2021 syncing stopped. After the upgrade to DSM 7.0 I thought that would fix the issue. I looked to convert the permissions to ACL as noted here but tried something else first. What solved my issues was leaving the permissions as they were but I went into the file station, to the webdav folder, I right clicked on the folder where I store Enpass, went to properties, and checked, "apply to this folder, sub-folders and files" under owner this re-pushed the folder permissions down again and after I did that everything started working again. It appears an update may have broke the permissions on the webdav folders, that's why converting to ACL or re-pushing permissions seem to work. Just passing along what worked for me.
    3 points
  25. Hello Enpassians! Today, we're thrilled to release Enpass Beta v6.7 with one of the most awaited features- Wi-Fi Sync. This feature lets you sync data across devices using the local network or Wi-Fi, without using any third-party cloud service. For more information, please check out the Wi-Fi Sync webpage. Along with Wi-Fi Sync, the update brings some improvements and bug fixes. Check out the complete changelog: iOS Android Windows - Store version Windows - Website version macOS Linux Getting beta versions iOS (via TestFlight): Our beta subscribers can install the latest beta updates from the TestFlight app. Android (via Play Store): Beta versions can be installed directly from the Google Play Store by joining our open beta program by clicking Become a Tester. 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. macOS – Website version (.pkg): Download and install the beta from here. Linux (64-bit distributions only): Download and install the beta from here. To test the Wi-Fi Sync across different platforms, you will need their respective beta versions as well. Check out our Beta Program for all platforms. Bug reporting We look forward to your feedback for this beta release of Enpass. If you uncover any bug, issue, or want to share your feedback, please open a thread in our Forums. This beta release is made available to beta testers only and is not recommended for production use at this stage. Cheers!
    3 points
  26. Yes. That should work fine. The syncing appears to compare the age of items and won’t copy older stuff over newer. Just to be safe, you should run a backup of the newest vault. This way if something goes wrong for some reason, you can revert.
    3 points
  27. Hi @UdhayanithiG, Thanks for raising the question. The short answer is NO. The article mostly discussed about autofill extension of online password managers which injects their UI/chrome into web page and interact with their server. This additional chrome can be exploited by clickjacking or exposed server endpoints can be accessed by additional scripts because they live in the same shared space i.e. the webpage. Here are few points how Enpass is immune to such attacks: 1. Enpass does inject only limited script to detect presence of forms that user may want to autofill. It does not inject any chrome/UI that can be clickjacked. The autofill UI is a separate process than the browser and immune to such attacks. 2. The connection between local application and browser extension is authenticated by user via manual pairing mechanism by user and communication is encrypted with a shared key which malicious scripts can't access. 3. Enpass, by default, requires user intervention before supplying any credential to webpage. In future, if Enpass introduce a feature that require additional UI injection in the webpage to increase user convenience that would certainly be inside the attack surface mentioned in the article. But be assured such a feature will be optional and you can keep Enpass extension in a configuration as it is today. Cheers:)
    3 points
  28. Apologies if this has been requested before. I would like the ability to have a drop down selection box for email address and username whereby you can select previously used when setting up a new record. This would save having to type out every time.
    3 points
  29. Hi, after wakeup from standby, randomly enpass forgets my entries. Therefore autofill does not work. The only workaround is to end and restart enpass. This does not happen every time, but can be reproduced after time e.g. half a day. Versions: Enpass 6.6 Mac OS Big Sur 11.2.1 MacBook Pro 2019 15" Any hint? cu
    3 points
  30. 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
    3 points
  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 censorship of your customer voice and opinions. You can see what happened to LastPass and be happy that it is not so far for you.
    3 points
  32. Hi all, We have identified an issue with our handling of Dropbox Api. Upstream have made some changes and Dropbox sync is broken for iOS and Mac. We are on it and will issue an update as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience.
    3 points
  33. In total agreement with the above statement - at least appear to look like you even understand what the issue is instead of responding with a boiler plate response. You are charging fees and subscriptions ... it would be nice to provide the expected support that goes with that. Currently, the issue is across all my devices ranging from Android 11, Server 2016, Win10 Insider Preview, and Win10 Current Release - and the only thing common thing is OneDrive - and I haven't changed anything on my Onedrive settings etc. So, please can you offer some solutions beyond the boiler plate response throughout this forum.
    3 points
  34. I used Enpass for 5 years. The switch from v5 to v6 was a pain but I loved the fact that "pro users wouldn't have to pay for future updates", so I kept using it and raccomending to friends. But now the promise has not been kept. I accept bugs and missing features, but not this behavior. I have now moved my personal stuff into a new vault created on the 1Password account that my company offers to its employees. If one day I change job, I'll consider paying a 1Password subscription or switching to another password manager. I'm sorry Enpass, but I think that with this "Premium" move (and in a year maybe there will be "Platinum", then "Gold") you will lose more users than you will gain. Bye.
    3 points
  35. Hello @Garima Singh, no, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND and also have the feeling that you have unfortunately not even bothered to read through the posts. You are using a generic copy-and-paste answer, which you also posted here for example: https://discussion.enpass.io/index.php?/topic/14342-concern-about-the-free-pro-upgrade/page/2/&tab=comments#comment-62741 I find it very unfortunate that you don't answer the questions asked and hope that you or another Enpass member might make the effort. This unfortunately gives the feeling that Enpass doesn't care about its customers and is being waved off with standard answers. A premium LIFETIME model IS offered. As an Enpass Pro user, how can I switch to it? I bought the Pro version on several devices at the time to get ALL thus also FUTURE updates AND FEATURES. Lifetime to me means all new features and updates as long as the software is around. Since Enpass is still around, I should get all the new features. With the Pro version all updates AND FEATURES were already promised. Who guarantees that the new Premium Lifetime will include ALL features in the future? And who guarantees that the promise will not be broken again? I would be very happy if an Enpass team member could respond with an answer related to my questions and statements and not again with a general standard answer! It seems to be not only me so that I do NOT UNDERSTAND the handling of existing Pro customers and simply find extremely unfriendly! Especially the standard answer of @Garima Singh has really brought me to boil over.
    3 points
  36. 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.
    3 points
  37. I am also very disappointed, my switch to bitwarden worked smoothly today.
    3 points
  38. well it better be, that's what was promised after all. while I can understand that, the first reveal should NOT have come from a semi-random german tech blog, but rather be announced in advance, while the entirety of this should have been explained in detail instead of just stealthing this in, it's not just the facts themselves that make you look bad, but in my opinion at least the way the facts were presented as well, there was no indication on the forum, no blogpost, no official sources at all, only screenshots from the app. okay that's nice to know although obviously you know how this sounds considering the previous statements regarding pro, also at least on the forum there's one commenter who stated that he has the new one and still got asked. also considering that recurring costs are the reasoning for the new paywall for old users, who says this wont change next year, especially since it's just a bit over a year since the subscription happened and the promises were made. --- while I can understand the move from a financial perspective, the only thing enpass has to get and keep users is reputation and trust built on that, as the thing is not only paid but also not open source which obviously means that people cannot be certain of ANYTHING really on enpass and going around past promises in a semi-stealth manner is definitely not helping with that.
    3 points
  39. If Enpass will really go that way I will be out as well - please be aware that many users trusted you when switching the pay model. Been an early user who paid for Enpass on several platforms and this feels like getting ripped off.
    3 points
  40. If they decide to let the pro-users pay again, I'm gone. There are still enough other good alternatives. They break their promises again
    3 points
  41. It would be really great to have yubikey support added rather sooner than later. I would be able to use it throughout my enterprise rather than using lastpass as we do right now.
    3 points
  42. I am on my MacBook Air now, just came today. Enpass requires Rosetta 2 but absolutely works. Only tested the desktop app and the Safari plugin presently. No reason to think it won't work with Chrome either, I just haven't gotten around to downloading it yet. Of course, I too want a native ARM version, but in the mean time, it's a relatively light weight application and runs just fine.
    3 points
  43. You added this feature a while ago, thanks for adding it.
    2 points
  44. for me it is inexplicable why such a simple bug is not fixed quickly. The Bug has been known for 1.5 years now. It is also worrying that the moderators have not commented on the topic for weeks. I also wonder if Enpass was the right choice for me. Are you patching vulnerabilities at the same rate?
    2 points
  45. The academic research paper They Would do Better if They Worked Together:The Case of Interaction Problems Between Password Managers and Websites identified 39 problems that password managers face when interacting with websites. The authors studied how 15 desktop password managers, including Enpass, are affected. Overall, Enpass does very well and and achieves one of the best scores. Congratulations! However, there are a few cases where Enpass fails. Please take a look at the paper and use it to make Enpass even better. Thanks!
    2 points
  46. 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.
    2 points
  47. Waiting for this feature. I tried many pass apps and such obvious feature is almost nowhere. KeePass has template feature which is fast copy of templates, and KeePassXC added drop-down menu with used logins not so far ago.
    2 points
  48. They actually know that PRO users can no longer generate revenue for them, as long as they offer the same features as Premium users. So, using this approach forces you to make a choice, either leave or pay. Maybe that's the business path of enpass, it's not the early supporters that matter, but the ones who can bring them benefits. Can they be trusted to keep our passwords when they can't even keep a basic promise? There is no way I will ever recommend enpass to anyone from now on.
    2 points
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