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  1. Hi Team,

    I am seeing Enpass Extension or Service on my Chromebook peg my CPU very hard. I am guessing the task manager shows percentage of CPU load per task. It shows Enpass hitting my CPU between 250-350%? When it is like that my estimated battery life goes down to 2hrs from a full charge, and once I kill the task my battery life goes up to 5-6hrs. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, same results, though not right away. Overnight the behavior came back.

    Screenshot attached


    Screenshot 2019-04-19 at 9.48.11 AM.png

  2. HI, I have been using Enpass for some time now, I have been waiting for that magic moment when the Chrome Extension starts working.

    Does it work for anyone?

    I have Windows 10 Home on 1 machine and Window 10 Pro on another.

    I assume I have the latest Chrome browser installed since I think it auto-updates itself.

    I use Super Anti-Spyware (free version) and Sophos Home Antivirus.

    The extension doesn't ever work on either machine. All I ever see is the Connection Error. I have paid for pro version of Enpass for Android and would like some sort of step by step tutorial how to get it working.

  3. On 5/11/2016 at 6:48 AM, Vinod Kumar said:

    Hi all, 

    It is confirmed that after any of recent update, ESET is causing the issue by blocking connections to localhost (Enpass browser extension connects to Enpass on loopback address via WebSocket). Thanks @indikator for finding the workaround by adding an exclusion for localhost

    ESET Advanced Settings -> Web and e-Mail -> Protocol filtering -> "excluded IP-addresses" -> add


    So if you dont have ESET what then?

    I am running Windows 10 Pro x64 (Anniversary update)
    Chrome Version 52.0.2743.116 m (64-bit)


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