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Windows 10 1909 - Enpass PC Software 6.4.2 (669)
Firstly thank you for the desktop software, it really is excellent.
Operationally I find Enpass much easier to use than LastPass, but it does contain some features that would be a welcome addition to Enpass.
An e-mail audit, in addition to the password audit, could then warn of e-mail breaches, rather than needing to manually enter each address into haveibeenpwned.
Secondly a numeric value for the password strength indicator, would in addition to Average, Good, Excellent etc., provide a more meaningful comparison between passwords. Typically strength is shown as a percentage, but as your scale exceeds 100, if a percentage conversion wasn't practical, displaying the actual value would be still be helpful.
It could be shown as: Average 62 / Good 84 / Excellent 102 etc. The values could also permit you to derive an overall 'vault strength' score, displayed ideally as a percentage or if not possible, simply as Poor, Average, Good or Excellent. You could include duplicate and breached passwords as part of that total percentage calculation.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and thanks once again for Enpass.
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Two minor glitches, but thought I’d mention them.
Windows 10 Pro 1909 / Enpass 6.4.2 (669)
Desktop app: If I manually adjust the app window to say ¼ screen, Enpass will remember that setting when I exit the app and next open it. However, if I press Maximize and then exit the window, Enpass will overwrite my manually adjusted setting, leaving it with two Maximized positions. Essentially the window size at Exit is what Enpass stores as its Restore Down window size.
If I always press Restore Down before pressing exit, Enpass will remember my ¼ size window. But if I forget and exit the app with the window maximized my setting is overwritten. If pressing exit simply exited the app and wasn’t used to save the window size, the manually adjusted window size could be retained.
Occasionally Enpass will show single website entries in the Identical password section. If I make a duplicate copy of the entry, delete the original version and make a trivial alteration to the copy (add a note etc) Enpass will eventually remove the item from the Identical password section, even though no log in or website details were changed. Some entries just seem to confuse Enpass.