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  1. While I know the audit page has been contentious, I see the value of it. What I feel is lacking is features within that to do things with the information that's not manual. A prime example is identical passwords: sometimes this is because there's just duplicate entries (maybe you accidentally saved the app and website separate? maybe two different websites use the same login system, etc). It'd be great to have a merge option (wherever a field differs, copy it over as a new field), a suggested auto-merge button could be nice too (for entries where the only difference is that one has some a
  2. I just wanted to chime in as a technically savvy user to note that fingerprint reading is in mobile using simple secure apis while desktop platforms don't have such. On iPhone and Android the biometrics API doesn't just read your fingerprint, it's connected to a secure crypto chip (slightly oversimplified terminology for those more familiar), this chip processes the finger prints and unlocks crypto keys when they match. The chip itself is designed to never directly unlock crypto keys otherwise and to even be tamper resistant (ie. if someone tries to physically access the chip it wipes its
  3. I don't believe they're talking about unlocking desktop applications with Enpass. To hopefully clarify, I believe they're asking to be able to unlock the desktop version of Enpass with the mobile version. An example flow: * Open desktop enpass * Open mobile enpass * unlock mobile enpass with biometrics * mobile enpass then prompts to unlock desktop enpass This is certainly do-able, but is not exactly trivial and is full of major potential security vulnerabilities. The big issues: * The two versions would have to find eachother in some way, this means likely
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