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Redrield

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  1. I was just using my computer normally, not even using the enpass extension, when my fan started spinning up. I opened up htop and saw that an enpass process that seemed to have something to do with firefox seemed to be maxing one of my CPU cores. The htop screenshot can be found here, but a transcript of the process name is "/opt/Enpass/bin/EnpassHelper/EnpassNMHost /home/redrield/.mozilla/native-messaging-hosts/EnpassNMHost.json firefox-enpass@enpass.io". What is this process doing? It doesn't seem critical to the app, because it doesn't break anything when I SIGTERM it, but it seems like UB for something to just sit there and seemingly do nothing. Environment details Enpass desktop version: 5.6.0 Extension: Firefox Quantum extension (from forums) Operating system: Arch Linux Linux version: 4.13.12.1-ARCH
  2. I'm not a fan of the keyboard that Enpass provides for autofill, so I opted to use the notification setting for autofill. My problem is that when I try to click the notification to autofill a field (Was using my banking app to test), the notification disappears when I open the dropdown to click it. Device specs LG Nexus 5 running Android 7.1.2 Resurrection Remix Enpass version 5.5.3
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