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  1. LastPass has reported another security breach, and as I understand it, not for the first time. I do like to think that Enpass is the best of the bunch, with the encrypted database stored in your own vault, but then if you sync that in the cloud (DropBox, Google Drive, etc.) to access anywhere & anytime, are you really any safer? Just how secure is any password manager? Discuss! At the end of day, I guess, if it's in the cloud it could get hacked – but if encrypted what are the real chances of any comprehensive password data being recovered by the hacker?
  2. Thanks @Gulshan Dogra for providing the link to
  3. What was the last desktop version of Enpass to run under OSX High Sierra? [Perhaps 6.7.4 (949)?] Is there a direct download link to older (non-supported) versions of Enpass. I have several Macs, some that run Monetery just fine, but a couple that will not update beyond OSX 10.13.6, and I would really like to keep an archived copy of Enpass that will work on those machines, and can be reinstalled if required.
  4. So now Nov'2021 - would be unreasonable to ask for a progress update on the Security Audit that will be completed 'this year'?
  5. Please could we have some clarification on this earlier query? I have a MacBook-Air running High Sierra, and several other Macs running El Capitan. Before I go ahead and install a newer version of Enpass (e.g. 6.2.--) on the MB-Air it would be good to get some reassurance that the synchronised database would remain backward compatible with my other devices running Enpass v.6.0.6
  6. I'm another who requires Enpass updates to be compatible with El Capitan (10.11.6) and would be interested to hear when this problem is resolved. Importantly, it would be good to have some reassurance that cloud database syncing from other devices (e.g. Android mobile) will not result in problems of 'backward compatibility' with my El Capitan Mac desktops.
  7. That's good to know. Thank you for the clarification. Could I ask whether there are plans to extend the security audit to Mac & iOS versions of Enpass? It would be reassuring have independent audits for all versions of your software. Similarly, in view of continual advances of hacker tools & capabilities, it would be prudent to periodically repeat third party security audits. In my opinion, regular & robust security audits should be a well-defined part of your business strategy.
  8. A thorough & robust security audit really should be a prerequisite for any company selling password repository software. On the face of it Enpass is great software, but if it has security holes than people will worry and start to look elsewhere. The recent report (highlighting recovery of master passwords) is not exactly reassuring, and also seems rather limited in scope to specific platforms. I will continue to watch this discussion with interest ...
  9. It would be good to get some clarification on exporting of data from Enpass 6, and the backward compatibility with Enpass v5, and other password managers. I have several Mac computers, and a couple of Android devices that have all been updated to Enpass v6. However, I also use a BlackBerry Q10 (BB10 OS) device for work, which has Enpass v5. Until the release of v6, the Q10 was synchronising perfectly well with my Enpass database on G-drive. That is now broken I appreciate that BlackBerry versions of Enpass are no longer supported but I would like to know what my options are for keeping Enpass passwords synchronised on the Q10, with those on G-drive and my other devices (now running v6). Similar problems on backward compatibility below –
  10. That worked! Thanks for the info and link etc. A fairly significant change in use of extensions (in Opera) following the update to Enpass v6
  11. I'm struggling with Opera* extension since updating to Enpass 6. Is there a known problem? It keeps reporting that an update is required but I can't find any update on the extension repository. *Opera v. 57.0.3098.106 / Mac OS X 10.11.6 64-bit
  12. Thanks to Lorenzos13 for the quick fix <Menu> <Preferences> and disable <Verify the browser> seems to be working for me
  13. Another one here, struggling with Opera 53.0 on Mac OSX and the Enpass Password Manager Extension v5.4.3 – which doesn't appear to be working now. Are you any closer to providing a fix / extension update ?
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