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Gwen Prill

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  1. Im still using Enpass and I like it and I dont really care about the bonus features. But i do respectfully request that they remove that obnoxious red banner on the android app. I have recommended at least 5 people that singed up with Enpass in the past 2 years. So I would appreciate if they update the android app to include a toggle to disable that banner warning inside settings. That is all thank you. I am going to stay with Enpass.
  2. Hi can you please advise me how to hide that red banner with the SECURITY RISK!!! message? It hurts my eyes and I would like to see an option in settings to toggle this off. Enpass support please make this an option that can be toggled off because many customers like me find it very annoying. Do not troll the loyal customer base like me that has been with your company in early stages of growth for $12 lifetime. You should hold customers like me sacred for our loyalty and for enrolling in the early days. I feel that this red banner with obnoxious error is a way of Enpass trolling
  3. Hi, It has been 46 days since the package no longer works on Debian 9. I ask tech support to please fix this. Leaving us for over 1 month without a solution is very unfair. We paid money for this software. Version 6.4.1.643 is also broken. Only 6.3.3.601 is working.
  4. Like I said in my post above if you want to rollback to the previous version with Debian or ubuntu then follow these instructions: For anyone that wants to rollback to the previous working version you first need to download the previous package by goin to this link: https://apt.enpass.io/pool/main/e/enpass/enpass_6.3.3.601_amd64.deb And after that you can rollback the software by using this command at the terminal: sudo dpkg -i enpass_6.3.3.601_amd64.deb You may see some errors at the command line but it should still work.
  5. Confirmed on MX Linux 18.3 (Debian 9) I am having same problem. Application crashes as soon as lancuhed. Some problem with the latest update. please fix For anyone that wants to rollback to the previous working version you first need to download the previous package by goin to this link: https://apt.enpass.io/pool/main/e/enpass/enpass_6.3.3.601_amd64.deb And after that you can rollback the software by using this command at the terminal: sudo dpkg -i enpass_6.3.3.601_amd64.deb You may see some errors at the command line but it should still work.
  6. My android is showing Pro but the Desktop Linux is showing Lite. How can I fix this? both accounts are registered with the same email Edit: It is now working. There appears to be a glitch so that you must add the email to the Pro account first (In my case the android one) but because I did it to the Desktop account first that is what caused the problem so then I took the email out of the desktop one and then added it again and after that it works. Hopefully Enpass devs can patch that glitch and add a button or link in settings that "refreshes" the status (ie: checks the
  7. If it is too difficult to add the export via CSV functionality into Enpass 6 then perhaps the devs will agree to create a mini app that will export the database in csv format (For the users that are not happy with Enpass 6). I personally dont mind Enpass 6, Im going to keep using it. Since I am a linux and android user I have not had any troubles
  8. Im using Enpass 6 on Debian Linux and Android. So far it has been working fine although it was an annoyance to have to login in and sync the cloud twice. Im sure the devs will iron out the bugs i appreciate they support Linux when most of the other pw managers do not.
  9. You better change your master password right away just in case.
  10. I dual boot with Windows 10 and Ubuntu Linux I currently have the autolock set to Lock when Enpass is idle for 59 hours (max) But whenever I boot into the secondary Operating System (whether going from windows to linux or from linux to Windows) It tells me to enter my master password This is a tremendous inconvenience because my master password is over 30 characters long and full of complex symbols and stuff What can I do to fix this? Technically I do not go over 59 hours without booting into either Windows or Ubuntu Linux because I generally use Ubuntu as my main o
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