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  1. iOS still doesn’t have the ability to pass these sorts of events to third party password managers (this isn’t limited to Enpass). Maybe some day Apple will add it. The feedback address for Apple feedback is https://www.apple.com/contact/feedback/ if you want to suggest they add that functionality. I’m sure the Enpass team would love it if their product had the same sort of access to password events that iCloud Keychain does.
  2. Your answer is on the security page of Enpass’ website (in the FAQ): https://www.enpass.io/security/ Your cloud always contains a copy of same encrypted data as on your device. We download the whole encrypted copy and decrypt it locally on your device for real sync operation to merge changes. Afterwards we upload the encrypted data on cloud. In a nutshell, your cloud is only a storage medium and no security related operation ( encryption or decryption ) is actually performed there. All such operations are performed locally on your device.
  3. Discussion of the hack from a security researcher: https://palant.info/2022/12/26/whats-in-a-pr-statement-lastpass-breach-explained/
  4. The threat actor got a copy of everyone’s encrypted vaults. Sure, they were encrypted, but you can be sure there are a lot of people who used easy-to-guess master passwords. You know that a lot of people are going to have a lot of very private info go public at some point. People don’t only store login data in their LastPass vault. I’m glad Enpass supports using offline local vaults. It is safer.
  5. That warning is from the OS itself. During shutdown the OS sends a quit request to all open apps. If the app doesn’t respond immediately or shut down, the OS shows that notification. If the app quits in the meantime, the notice automatically goes away. Enpass just takes slightly longer to shut down than the OS is configured to wait. You can safely ignore that unless Enpass is actually stopping your machine from shutting down or restarting.
  6. While editing one of these imported items, click on the password field name, this will bring up some editing options for that field. The Field Name can be whatever you want it to be, but you'll want to make sure the Field Type is set to Password and the box is checked next to Sensitive. Then click Save. Now when you edit the password, there should be a small eye icon in the password entry field. Click it to show or hide the password.
  7. When you hover over the Enpass icons in the dock, do all but one of them disappear?
  8. This is likely related to an already reported issue. For those who have this problem, press the keyboard shortcut 3 times and it should be copied. The devs have said they are working on a fix.
  9. You might also want to check your mobile WiFi hotspot, as the one I used to use a few years ago didn't create a shared network between all connected users. It automatically segregated users as if they were each on their own private network. Perhaps yours does something similar? You may be able to go into the settings of the device to allow access between connected users.
  10. Also, are you using iCloud+'s Private Relay feature? I'm not sure if it is offered in your local market yet, but my experience is that having it enabled at startup delays full network connectivity for some apps for a few moments after start up. Typically, this only lasts a few moments, and if the app attempts to connect again shortly after the first failed attempt, the connection will go through just fine.
  11. The Mac App Store version isn’t updated to 6.8.1 yet, so you should switch to the website download version since that supposedly fixes this issue.
  12. I just tried this on macOS Monterey with the store version of 6.8.0 and I was able to copy things out of notes via the keyboard shortcut and also by right clicking on the selection and choosing Copy. I tried via the menu bar assistant and that worked, too. Can you provide more information about your setup and macOS version? It will be hard for them to fix something if they can’t figure out how to replicate it.
  13. I'm not familiar with Reflect, but if you don't want to use any sort of cloud synching, you can use local WiFi sync, though that will require having another desktop instance of Enpass running in your local network. https://www.enpass.io/wifi-sync/ Alternately, you could set up a NAS and use that with WebDAV to serve as the central sync point.
  14. That’s not an Enpass-specific issue. That doesn’t work on the Mac with any third-party password manager. There’s no API at this point to add other managers to login prompts outside the browser (that I’ve been able to find). Developers can only support iCloud Keychain. Even the iCloud Keychain option was only recently added, in Monterey.
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