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  1. Hi, Thank you. I was able to find another computer, disconnect the sync, restore it, and copy out the notes and then resync. While the issue is fixed, I am alarmed that the issue occurred in the first place. What can I do to prevent syncing issues. The problem is that if someone goes wrong, I won't know until much later.
  2. Recently, I pull an older computer out of storage and I resync enpass. Much to my surprise some of the notes I added to the account earlier got deleted and it appears the entry reverted to the older entry. Is there a way to get a history of the changes so I can recover the notes?
  3. In firefox 96.0.2 on Windows 10 Pro 21H1 Build 19043.1466 with deskstop extension 6.7.0, I did the following: 1. Open firefox and go to https://accounts.firefox.com/ 2. Autofill. All the screen does is refresh and go back to the login. The enpass entry has the website https://accounts.firefox.com/
  4. I have to complain that while I generally like enpass, the issue with TPM is the most annoying. I have two different computers with TPM 2.0. One is using real tpm 2.0, the other is using Intel PTT. In both cases, enpass did not save the master password, so when I restart the machine, I have to enter the super long master password. I have to reenter the password when the client crashes, which is more often than I like. Your competitor Bitwarden do not have this issue. I am able to start the bitwarden desktop client by using windows hello. Does enpass ever plan to fix the issue? If it's a hardware issue, your competitor does not appear to have an issue getting around it.
  5. So whenever I start enpass after restarting the computer, I have to re-enter the master password. When it crashes, I have do the same thing. Enpass stores items in TPM, but it has to be TPM 2.0. I imagine it doesn't matter if it's firmware TPM or hardware TPM, as long as shows up as TPM 2.0 in tpm.msc? I have TPM 2.0 on my computer, but it still does not store the master password in the TPM. In other post, it said it was because a certain API must run for enpass to work. Is there a powershell script to test this out?
  6. I apologize for the late response, but I like to report that the fix is working.
  7. Thanks for your help. Out of curiosity, when you say that it is store in the database but is not accessible from the UI, you mean the local database file on my drive and not some centralize database at enpass? I think you misunderstood what I mean about adding additional website to password entries. When I associate a site to my password, I can see a list of websites associated to the site. For example, Bank of America may be boa.com and mbna.com. I wanted to know if there is a way to manually edit the URL? On some password manager, you would see a list of URL that you can then modify. What you are saying is that it's impossible to do that at the moment using enpass? This brings up another point. Suppose I accidentally associate the wrong site to the password. For example, I mistakenly associated mybank.com with yourbank.com. How do I remove the association? I supposed one work around would be to copy out all of the info and delete the and re-enter it. Paul
  8. You can associate an Enpass account with a Android App, but where is this information stored? When I look up the entry, I only see the website URL. Where is the Android URL store and how do I add additional website to the same password entry?
  9. Thanks for the info. What you are saying is that if Enpass can see that the app supports autofill, it will use autofill over the other method. Is there a workaround that can be coded. For example, I notice that the Bitwarden app can autofill the bank of america password field if the accessibility is turned on (but won't work if it's turned off), so the are working around it somehow. Perhaps they if the field allows autofill and switch to accessibility when it is not?
  10. I tried turning on accessibility. The problem is that it still does not work. The only way to get it to work is to turn off autofill framework and just use accessibility. Is there a way to control which autofill is use per app or website?
  11. Thank you for this valuable information. So in Android, it is possible to prevent an autofill from the framework? This is something I have to take up with Bank of America then?
  12. Still having this issue. How do I check the URL's associated with my password entry?
  13. I am having problems using enpass with Bank of America mobiile Android App. Here's what I am doing. 1. Open Bank of America App. It prompts me for password. 2. I select Autofill, which fills the user name and not the password. 3. I can go to enpass and copy the password and then paste it into the passcode field. This does work but enpass doesn't offer to save the password or anything. Note that enpass works fine with the bank of america website on windows. I am wondering if there is an issue with the field name. Perhaps field name on the app is not the same as the website. Phone: Pixel 3axl Android Version: Android 11 Buuild number RQ1A.210205.004 Enpass version:
  14. Hi I currently use enpass but have also use Last Pass in the past. Before you switch, evaluate what you are looking for. If you want something that works exactly like last pass, Enpass is not going to work. However, if you want something that serve the same set of requirements but works differently, then let's continue. The main difference between Last Pass and Enpass is the way it stores the passwords. Last pass password is stored in the cloud on the Last Pass servers. Enpass are stored either locally. If you have multiple devices a cloud drive like google drive can be setup to sync the password file across the different devices. Note that the setting up your own cloud drive can be an extra step that some people do not like. However, the chief reason to do this is to be more secure. Hackers can't hack Last Pass to get to your password, they can't do it with enpass because it's not store on their server. Both product will serve your needs for most password. Both Last Pass and Enpass have support for windows, IOS, and Android. The UI is significantly different and will take getting used to. Last pass has a lot of granular feature like ability to lock based on which field in the vault, etc that are very specific to last pass. Last pass also allow you to store things like credit card info, etc. I have not use those feature and so don't know if they exists in enpass. If you are a heavy user of last pass specific feature, you will either need to buy last pass or give up on them. I notice many of the other password managers don't have them. What enpass does have is TOTP integration. The way this works is that you can add TOTP to an account. Lets say when you log into amazon and is set up with 2FA. On last pass, you will have to login then look up the code in last pass authenticator and then manually enter the number into the site. On enpass, when you enter the user name and password, the 2fa code will be place in the clipboard so all you need to do is hit paste. This is a feature currently available for the Enterprise version of last pass, but not the consumer version. Last pass has more recovery options. If you lock out your account, there are a number of recovery option assuming you set them up ahead of time. For enpass, if you forget your master password, there is no recovery. This isn't necessary bad though. Keep in mind that each recovery is a backdoor to security, but keep this in mind since you may value recovery over security.
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