I recently came across this article: Password managers: attacks and defenses -- FEBRUARY 6, 2017 found here: https://blog.acolyer.org/2017/02/06/password-managers-attacks-and-defenses/.
It describes common password attacks on password managers, mostly surrounding "autofill." For example, "The evil coffee shop attacker," "Sweep attacks," "Injection," and so forth. It lists several password managers like the big browsers (Chrome, Safari, etc.), Lastpass, 1Password, etc. It does not mention enpass.
I would like to know if these types of autofill security concerns have been investigated and addressed in enpass.