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  1. Maybe taking this one step further and allow the addition of "custom" options where we can define what symbols can be used since the "basic" symbols may vary depending on language or being able to define what the "basic" symbols are. This is slightly different than the Include option because we would only want to use this basic/custom option for sites that limit to the basic symbols. The Include option may instead be our personal preference of what symbols we would like to include in passwords since the option is set universally.
  2. Many sites limit what symbols can be used for a password. This characteristic for a password is already addressed by EnPass by the Include/Exclude option for Symbols in the password generator. However, it is very common where sites limit the symbols that can be used in the password to just those symbols across the top of an en-us keyboard: !@#$%^&*()_+ It would be nice if in the password generator there was a third option in addition to Include and Exclude called something like "Basic" that would just default to these symbols.
  3. Thanks for the reply @Abhishek Dewan. Good to know about this feature, although it seems a bit "hidden" where we can't see the rules or know which sites have these rules. The bigger ask here though is for us to be able to define these rules on any site/account of our choosing and make the rules specific to an entry. Currently I capture these rules as a note in the entry, but obviously the password generator doesn't use this information. Instead, I have to manually change and/or set the rule in the password generator. This causes several problems: 1) The rule is now "universal" and will apply to any future entries that I either add or change, unless of course I change the rule again. 2) The changed universal rule may now not apply to any future new entries or future changes to existing entries as they may have different rules 3) If I ever have to go back to the original entry to update the password again, the "universal" rule will most likely have changed to accommodate any new entries or changes I have made since updating the original entry. This means that I will have to look up and reapply the rule for the original site. I hope you will consider making this a feature in a future version where individual entries can have specific and unique password rules for use with the password generator.
  4. Thank you @Gulshan Dogra. Can you comment if EnPass has any feature that lets me identify which passwords have been changed during a certain period of time, say in the last month, in the last two months, in the last three months, etc., or in a certain time frame, say all passwords changed from 01/01/2022 - 07/01/2022? If not, please let me know and I will post to request this feature over in the Feature Request thread.
  5. I have some accounts that share the same website/username/password but require multiple entries into EnPass. The biggest example of this is credit cards. My wife's and my credit card numbers may be different for the same account, but because they are the same account, they share the same website/username/password. I add them as separate entries due to the different credit card numbers, but again they are the same account and share the same website/username/password. I would like to request a way to "link" these accounts, so they do not show as identical passwords when I am looking at the entry or as part of a password audit. I believe there is an "ignore" option I saw somewhere, but I don't necessarily want it to ignore these accounts for audits - I just want to make sure that EnPass realizes that they are two separate entries for the same account.
  6. Currently the password generator allows you to define password rules, but these rules are "universal". I would like to see an option where you can save the password rules so that they are specific to a site. The biggest example is the symbols allowed in a password for a specific site. The password generator should have an option that you check off to something of the effect of "Save these rules for this site" so that the next time I have to generate a password for that site, it will do so correctly. There seems to already be some of this functionality in EnPass. I noticed when generating a password for a Microsoft site, there was a notice in the password generator that said "Generated using microsoft.com password requirement." This brings up the question as to what other sites have this feature, and where can we find the rules for those sites? Is there a way we can add additional sites to these rules?
  7. While troubleshooting the issue I reported in this thread: I discovered a very design problem with the backup function when using the Windows store version of the EnPass app. The default path for backups is the following location: C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Packages\SinewSoftwareSystems.EnpassPasswordManager_fwdy0m65qb6h2\LocalState\Backups However, when you uninstall the app, the following folder gets deleted as part of the uninstall: C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Packages\SinewSoftwareSystems.EnpassPasswordManager_fwdy0m65qb6h2 This pretty much deletes the backup folder with the uninstall! This is horrible design. An uninstall of the app should not delete your backups, especially if your intention is to just reinstall the app. Luckily, I had backed up my backup folder before uninstalling the app. The default backup location should default to another location that doesn't get deleted during an uninstall, such as the user's Documents folder. The user's Documents folder would have the added benefit that it backs up to OneDrive, if enabled to do so.
  8. FYI the password history does not help. It seems like whatever nukes the new password also resets the password history back. The only way I can retrieve the current good password for an account is by going back into my backups and retrieving it from there.
  9. FYI, on the Windows PC where I am troubleshooting, the version was 6.8.3 (1152). My various Windows PCs all run the Windows store version so assuming the Windows store auto update was working fine on them, they all should have also been running that version. I use a mixture of Windows 10 (21H2) and Windows 11 (21H2 & 22H2) all with automatic updates enabled. iOS devices were up to date with iOS 15.7 or iOS 16. I can't say what version of the app they were on because I already uninstalled the app on them, but again assuming the auto update of apps was working, they should have been on the latest version. The Android phone is on the latest Samsung version of Android OS and also has auto update turned on, both on OS and apps, so I assume they were on the latest version. Android tablet has not been turned on in months and battery was completely drained so that should not come into play. Despite that, I charged it up and removed the EnPass app on it as part of troubleshooting.
  10. Recently I've been having a very bad problem where passwords that I have changed recently for some sites eventually get overwritten by older passwords. It seems like when some devices go to sync, they think the older password is newer and they end up overwriting the newer password. I have been able to go back into backups and retrieve the good newer password. So far, I have identified 5 accounts where this is occurring. All were passwords that I changed within the last 3 months. The really strange part here is that it took me going back as much as a month back to be able to retrieve the good passwords. Not all of the good passwords were part of one backup. I had to look at multiple backups to recover the passwords. As part of troubleshooting, I noticed that on one device that even though I had updated the password on another device, it was not syncing on that one device and was keeping the old password, even though it said it synced fine. I use a mixture of devices - several Windows PCs using Windows store app, 3 iPads, 1 iPhone, 1 Android phone, and 1 Android tablet. To try and fix the issue I am going to remove the app from all devices, rename the EnPass folder from my cloud provider, restore from the latest backup that I made after correcting the passwords, and then let it resync back to my cloud provider. This appears to be a pretty bad syncing bug and makes me lose complete confidence with EnPass being able to accurately maintain passwords throughout all of my devices. I have been an EnPass user for users, having initially bought the app across different platforms and again recently bought the one-time plan to get the auditing features. I have also been a big advocate of EnPass to friends and family. However, if EnPass can no longer do part of its basic functionality such as syncing passwords, then the app becomes completely worthless to me. This issue really needs to be investigated. My big ask right now is is there a way to see what passwords I have changed or added in the last few months. This would be critical for me right now to try and identify other accounts that may have possible ran into the same issue and which I have to retrieve the proper password from a backup. BTW I just learned about the password history feature so I may also be using that feature to try and resolve the problem with any additional accounts that I run into the problem with.
  11. I can confirm that after upgrading to version 6.7.4 (934), and then disabling followed by reenabling Windows Hello in the EnPass app, that Windows Hello is now working as expected. After either completely exiting out of the app or after a reboot of the PC, EnPass allows me to continue to use Windows Hello without having to reenter the master password. Thank you for fixing this.
  12. I recently was editing some info in my Google account (updating address, adding credit card) and noticed that it was not working. If I clicked on the Save button on the page, it did nothing. Navigating through the Google pages I ended up noticing that any time I had to submit any type of information to Google, I would get the same problem. Click on the Save/Submit button and nothing would happen. I tried Edge, Chrome, Firefox - all had the same problem. I also tried the various In Private/Incognito modes and still the same problem. After some troubleshooting, I discovered that if I disabled the Enpass extension in the browser, the Google site started to work again and I was able to Save/Submit information. If I reenabled the Enpass extension, the problem came back. The Enpass extension is causing some type of problem on Google's sites that is not allowing submission of information.
  13. Hello @Anshu kumar & @Pratyush Sharma there have been no replies on this for 2 1/2 months. I now have a third machine which was working fine that after reimaging now no longer works. I have to put in the password after reboot, and only then can I start using Windows Hello. Before reimaging I did not have to do this and I was able to authenticate using Windows Hello after any reboot. I will be more than happy to assist on troubleshooting the issue and providing any needed data.
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