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Posts posted by Moaske

  1. Yes! Please bring this back. If Android is safe enough to offer this, then I can't imagine Windows 10 not offering the hooks.

    Apart from the convenience: I really don't want people to be able read along when I type my master password. So actually one could argue that not offering Windows Hello on the first start-up , could actually be interpreted as a security flaw/risk... ;)  (imagine standing in a crowded metro trying to log into something).

    So please bring full-time Hello back, I had got myself a license for the UWP app just to have this!

    And @tox1c90 : it's even worse than just after a fresh boot: if you don't leave Enpass running in the task-tray it'll NEVER offer you Windows Hello login :) 

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  2. 20 minutes ago, Meister said:

    Have you tried reinstalling the old Enpass 5, making a backup, and importing that into Enpass 6?

    Thanks for helping me think in the right direction... :)  I found a folder \Enpass sitting in \My Documents with wallets inside that had been last accessed in 2016. Enpass 6 must have defaulted to that folder, causing the problem...

    Deleted the complete folder, and was able to setup Enpass 6 like normal, connecting to Onedrive
    Thanks again for thinking with me!

  3. 4 hours ago, Anshu kumar said:

    Hey @Moaske 

    Using the cloud synchronization, you can share your vault with the other members using Enpass. You need to sync your vault with a cloud account, and the other member will also have to use the same cloud account to restore or synchronize the data to their vault.

    Before sharing a vault, please keep these points in mind:

    • You’d have to share the login details of cloud account with each member so that they can restore the database from the cloud.
    • All the members will have full access to the shared vault, and they can read/write or even change the vault password of the shared database.

    Hope this helps!

    Hi @Anshu kumar

    I'm aware of the sharing risk, so that's why I want to make sure that I have a vault with ONLY the work-related items in there (and not also my private banking stuff for instance) :)
    But thanks for the suggestions.

    4 hours ago, remosito said:

    Select Origin Vault. Select Password(s). Right mouse button. Bottom of list you find: "Add to Vault". New internal frame appears with destination vault selector (in case you have more than two vaults) plus two migration options: "move/copy". 

    Thanks for the clear explanation @remosito

  4. I have been using the search function here, but couldn't find anything regarding my question... so forgive me if it was here somewhere already.

    But since Enpass 6 supports multiple vaults, I was planning to start separate my private and work-related password items into separate vaults, so I'll be able to share said work vault with colleagues. Has anyone here done the same and how did you proceed in realising that?
    Is there an export function on item level that I missed, or is duplicating the vault a better way (and subsequently cleaning out each vault for appropriate items?).

    Any advice highly appreciated :)

  5. On 11/14/2018 at 11:20 AM, Anshu kumar said:

    Hey @Moaske,

    Thanks for reporting this issue and we're sorry for the inconvenience.

    We have found the issue and a fix will be available in the next update.


    Hi @Anshu kumar

    That's good to hear, that the issue has already been identified (aaand fixed) :)
    And thanks for letting us know!

    Can't wait for the update to arrive. On a sidenote: is the Enpass 6 app nearing completion, or that still a far way off?

  6. 7 hours ago, Hitman said:

    ... Out in the open I have to type a long nasty password on a smartphone display where everyone could watch .... that's exactly something I do NOT want and one of the reasons to use a password manager in the first place...

    I couldn't agree more.... :)

    This bug needs fixing ASAP! #PrettyPleaseWithSugarOnTop

  7. Wait: it gets worse: after opening Enpass (first time, so with password) and leaving it untouched till it locks by time-out. It doesn't offer either fingerprint, nor the possibility to enter the password when I return to it.
    I have to manually kill the app with task view, before reopening it for it to respond (and yes; this time it offers me fingerprint)

  8. Hi, latest beta, behaves worse than the previous beta regarding the use of the fingerprint to unlock. I have already set the setting "ask for masterpassword at least..." to the longest option available (1 month) and still it asks me for the password almost every time I start Enpass afresh.

    Enpass 5 did a much better job at this :)

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