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  1. On 12/29/2018 at 6:05 AM, Vinod Kumar said:

    Hi all,

    The access to a cloud resource is controlled by OAuth tokens. Suppose, you were able to create two vaults on your cloud account and you want to share one of it with another person. You need to set up sync on his device by yourself, with your cloud credentials at least once, as you certainly won't reveal your cloud password to him. But another person in possession of access token can access the whole drive area including your primary vault. If another person has malicious intentions he could delete/copy/replace your primary vault data file.

    Hope this clears the air.


    Hi @Vinod Kumar,

    Although what you described about sharing vaults with other people totally makes sense, the use case described first by @chribonn and confirmed by @Toby Osborne and @rgsiiiya is quite different! Specifically, it's about syncing several my own vaults using one my own cloud account.

    To  make a dramatic comparison, imagine that you were allowed to have just one google docs document per google drive account. That would be outstandingly inconvenient. But this is exactly what Enpass 6 does!

    Sharing vaults and having multiple vaults are orthogonal features. I hope you will sort things out at some point.

    Thank you.

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  2. If I exit Enpass (no matter if was locked or unlocked), an error dialog box pops up - attached. After I click on either of the buttons, EnpassHelper.exe process remains in the background.

    Then if I run Enpass again, a new instance of EnpassHelper is started as expected. Then if I exit Enpass, the same error shows up, and now I have two background EnpassHelper.exe processes.

    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64


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