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  1. Hello Gulshan - Thank you for taking the time to reply. Just to clarify, I do understand the cloud is purely the storage medium and not involved in any encryption process, and why my suggestion was that the Enpass app folder, the vault and attachment files be randomly named, before being uploaded to the cloud. As you say, if a hacker gets access to the files, they would still require the master password. My thought is, if a hacker had no idea what the files were, in the first place, they are far more likely to be discarded or ignored. Currently, an Enpass app folder stands out, and its name tells the hacker the software used to create the files inside, making it more of a target. Thanks for your time.
  2. Could Enpass consider modifying the names of the App folder and enpasssync and enpassattach files stored inside a user’s chosen cloud-stored folder? Although the files are encrypted, if a user’s Google, OneDrive etc. cloud account was hacked, an Enpass app folder containing an Enpass vault and attachments, does make it a more obvious target for hackers, than if the folder and files were given more obscure names. Currently, the folder and file names make it obvious which app was used to create the files. My suggestion is not about additional encryption, but purely a ‘masking’ of the folder and file names to better hide them, if a user’s cloud account was hacked. Thank you.
  3. Hello Gulshan Thank you for replying. I was aware of, and use, the PIN feature in Enpass. My suggestion was that, if a user could set the option of needing to enter their Enpass PIN, before an attachment was deleted, it would prevent attachments being accidentally deleted. So my suggested sequence would be, press X, enter PIN, press ok, attachment would then be deleted. Thanks Again
  4. Windows 10 Pro 21H1 - Enpass 6.7.4.919 and 6.7.2.885 When adding or removing attachments, the desktop app doesn't update an entry's last modified date. I'm not sure whether this was intentional, or simply a bug. Also, as a related feature request, it would be helpful if Enpass could provide a confirmation request before deleting an attachment. Currently, pressing the X instantly deletes the attachment without warning. For additional security, the option to request the master password or more usefully the PIN, if set, would also be good. Thank you
  5. Hi Gulshan Thanks for your comment. I'm a donut for overlooking that! Is the autofill of the 2FA code at a fixed time delay, for every entry, or is Enpass analyzing the page to check when the 2FA window is shown? I wasn't sure if it was working 'blind' so to speak, or if it actually knew when the 2FA window appeared. Thanks once again.
  6. Windows 10 Pro 21H1 - Enpass Desktop 6.7.2 (885) - Browser Extensions (Brave & Edge) 6.6.2 When logging in to AnonAddy the 2FA entry is left blank by Enpass, I need to manually copy and paste the 2FA code. The code is correct, but Enpass won't automatically enter the 2FA code. I have enabled both upper Autofill options including Automatically copy and fill one-time code after autofill 2FA code entry works correctly on numerous other websites, but just not AnonAddy for some reason. As a thought, where there are such issues, a feature that would help would be a 2FA button in the browser extension. So rather than having to open the entry and then copy and paste the code, you could simply click a 2FA button and Enpass would paste in the 2FA code. The browser extension has copy username, password and URL as right-click options but not 2FA. But a dedicated 2FA button would be easier and quicker. Thank you for the continued development of Enpass.
  7. Hello Toronto - I don't think it's related. The only issue related to editing I'm aware of in Enpass (I use Windows) is when the app is maximized it will move the highlighted entry to the bottom of the visible list and if editing an item, it will force close the edit screen, but I can still edit any entry. Enpass are aware of that issue and have said they're working on it. It would be worth posting your question in Enpass' iOS forum as other Mac users might be able to help further. Include the exact model of Mac, iOS version and screen resolution in your post. If its screen resolution is different to your other machines, that could be a factor. As a thought, if the issue is specific to one computer, have you tried removing and reinstalling Enpass? You could also copy over the Enpass vault (and key, if used) from another Mac installation. You could also create a new empty vault as a test. Back up everything beforehand, and you can then revert to your current vault.
  8. Current Desktop Software 6.7.2 (885) Windows 10 It would be helpful if entries, in the desktop software, could be sorted by their new password creation/changed dates. Minor alterations, adding a note etc., moves an item to the top of the last modified list, and it would be helpful if the list could always display in order of newest to oldest passwords. Minor changes could then be made to an entry, but the list would still sort by the age of the password. The password expiry feature is very useful, but ahead of each warning there isn't an indicator of password age. Thank you for taking the time read this and the continued development of Enpass. Thoughts
  9. Hello buyrsr Opening your Enpass vault doesn't require (or even use) access to Enpass's servers or the internet. Install the desktop app or keep a copy of the portable version and you will always be able to open your vault. Simply ensure you keep your account e-mail, master password, and, if used, key file safe. Even if Enpass disappeared overnight you will be able to open your vault. Once your vault has been opened it can be exported as an unencrypted .json or .csv file and be imported into a different password manager. Enpass Desktop Software
  10. Hello Garima Thank you for a very thorough reply. Could I just clarify this sentence "The latest one will be kept" Does this mean that, in my example, the password change made in the first (offline) device would be kept 'and' the note added via the second device would also be kept? So 'both' modifications made to the same website login entry (from two different devices) would be included in the newly synced vault? By the way, I already use the Enpass desktop app, I simply wished to clarify this aspect. Thank you once again Regards.
  11. If I edited a website login via the desktop app when my computer was not connected to the internet, then someone later edited that same website login, via a different 'online' device. What would Enpass do to resolve the differences, between the vault on my computer and the vault in my cloud, when my computer was back online? As the two vaults are now different, does it simply overwrite the entire vault on my computer with the newer 'cloud sync' vault (replacing the changes I made on my computer) or will it merge changes/additions if they are different? E.g. If I changed a login password offline, then later, via a different online device, modified a note (for the same login), what would Enpass do? I'm curious how it might handle offline edits and changes made to the same logins. Thank you in advance for any thoughts.
  12. Hello Pratyush Thank you for the update, that is excellent news. Two related considerations. As a fallback option for automated/scheduled checks; an option to repeat the check the next day if no internet was available at the scheduled time. Pressing the Compromised button on the new Audit panel could also be set to initiate a manual check and display the results on the next screen. Regards
  13. Hello Pratyush Thank you for replying. Is auto-filling of extensions being considered? Regards
  14. Windows 10 Pro 1909 64 Bit / Enpass 6.6.0 (761) MEGA Chrome Extension V3.115.8 / Chrome 88.0.4324 64 Bit Sorry if this has been asked. I did a search but couldn't find anything. Is Enpass able to autofill login pages generated by a Chrome Extension? I tried with the MEGA chrome extension, but Enpass didn't detect the login section. I also modified my existing MEGA entry in Enpass, changing its URL to that of the Chrome Extension and still MEGA didn't detect it. Is this issue specific to the MEGA extension or can Enpass only autofill web pages? Thank you in advance for any assistance.
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