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  1. Full Time Windows Hello doesn't work for either my PC nor my Surface Book 2. Both of them have TPM 2.0 and Bitlocker and other Windows Hello features are working fine so I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to look at when trying to debug the problem. The link to the Microsoft API doesn't help either...that's just a function that needs some script to output anything useful...
  2. UWP sadly has quite some problems with communications outside the own app and I personally would think that more users use the integrations with browsers than Windows Hello so I can understand their decision. Microsoft never bothered to extend UWP to allow for easier communication with other apps AFAIK. But yes...the old UWP app was really good IMO and I really miss full time Hello support. Too bad indeed they scrapped it for legacy Win32.
  3. Hi Enpass team As you may know, the newest stable Windows 10 update (1809) brought in a new clipboard that can save multiple items into a history and even sync that history via cloud to other devices. Of course that's not really what I want to happen with my passwords. Recently KeePass released their version 2.41 that includes an option to prevent the application from saving passwords into that history. Could you maybe look into such an option too?
  4. Yes that's what I mean. Sadly there doesn't seem to be any response by the developers about this and no information about implementing it back...or at least a reason why it's been removed. It's just annoying having to type in the master password once at the start when you could just use Hello from the start if you have a secure TPM chip.
  5. I'll just bring this up again... Enpass sadly lost it's ability for full-time Windows Hello support with v6. I would really like you bringing this back asap for devices with TPM since it was very convenient. I hope there is no technical limitation because it's now a bridged Win32 app.
  6. Yes please. This was something I really loved from the UWP app. I hope the Enpass team will once again built this in for devices with TPM. Would be nice to hear something from the Enpass team abut this. Is this feature planned to return for the release?
  7. @Roger Ah yes, that's it. I'm not used to the tray menu anymore since I used the UWP app ^^ Well then, now I'm kind of disappointed that there is no full-time Windows Hello support. I hope this will be addressed before the release. My Surface Book 2 and my desktop have TPM, so that should work.
  8. First start looks nice, although the dark theme doesn't seem to be working for me. I had to "buy" the test license for Windows Hello...will this mean I have to buy Pro for that if I already bought your previous UWP app (which seems to be replaced now with this briged one)? Also for the future I would wish for better tablet mode support. Right now it doesn't change at all if tablet mode is enabled or not. Context menus for example could be a bit smaller in desktop mode and big in tablet mode. Same for all icons/buttons on password items, etc.
  9. +1 for an audit. Will only benefit everyone. I'll gladly wait for 6.0, but I hope it'll still be this year
  10. Hello, KeePass has a (IMO) neat feature that you can right click an entry and then let it autofill. Enpass does that better with a real browser plugin, while KeePass can use autofill in desktop apps as well. I would find it really nice, if you could add this to Enpass as well. Right click on an entry inside Enpass and then it switchers to the last place you had your cursor in (I think that's how it works on KeePass) and then it fill the username and password in automatically Cheers
  11. No problem. Only thought to bring this up since I'm sure that's not intended.
  12. Hi, If you open the app once and then leave it in the background and it locks itself after a couple of minutes, you have to again sign-in into the app. Now, if maximize the app an close it right after, it still enables Windows Hello (the red point on the camera starts blinking and searching for you) but it doesn't stopp anymore unless you restart the PC or restart the Windows Hello and Camera service. Windows Hello still seems to work, if you open the app again, you can still sign-in with Windows Hello, but it still stays on. This only happens to me, if you first minimize and than maximize the app. If you don't minimize it and just switch to another app, upon re-switching to Enpass it doesn't immediately ask for Windows Hello authentication, this I can close it with nothing happening. Still a bit annoying, since I sometimes forget to not minimize the app and than I have Hello stuck until I restart some stuff or else it'll drain my batter (or just annoy me with it's blinking)
  13. The App fully supports Windows Hello. And Windows Hello supports all kinds of biometrics. Test it, if your Fingerprint reader works for Windows 10 Login through Windows Hello, it'll work on Enpass too. Works for me with the Logitech Brio (3D camera with face recognition). Even the TPM 2.0 chip works for full Hello integration like it is on the Surface Devices.
  14. @Iliyan For the time being, until this restriction goes away, you can use a workaround if you need it. Split the file you want to save with a packer like WinRAR into 200kb archives and save them that way. I tired and it seems like you can save as many 200kb files under one key as you want.
  15. Would be cool if the database file itself could only be opened with the Master Key AND some sort of 2nd authentication. But that isn't how 2FA works right? ^^ Would mean that the data would have to be double encrypted...one time with the 2FA and the other with the Master Key and you would need both to get to your data.
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