Report Please add 2FA to enpass vaults in Feature requests Posted May 24, 2023 @Fadi Try using Bitwarden offline, to see its impact. That's the fundamental difference between Enpass as offline, and Bitwarden as online password managers. There are 2FA setups, such as AuthLite, that work offline but, they're designed around connecting to a business domain, not one piece of software on a computer. As mentioned, with Bitwarden's desktop software, if a computer is kept offline and the local vault locked, even with 2FA enabled, offline access only requires the password. However, if you log out of that vault, it can now only be unlocked, online, which means the physical vault on your computer, needs access to Bitwarden's servers, for the required authentication. I.e. if Bitwarden's servers are down, you won't be able to get to your passwords. I don't speak for Enpass, but for it to remain a truly offline solution, everything, including additional security layers, must also be offline, otherwise, the end user is no longer in total control of their own password vault. A simple example of that is adding and editing vault entries offline, a task that is second nature to Enpass, Bitwarden's desktop software, offline, is purely a viewer, they're still working on offline editing. There is no right or wrong approach, it's a matter of what works for you, but it's important to understand the pros and cons of both approaches.