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  1. Another update on this. Enpass settings were reset my re-install. I'd set up the Sync to get back my passwords but hadn't looked at any other settings.

    I looked through the settings again and spotted the 'Verify browsers' checkbox. I can't recall what it was set to before, but I unset it and Chrome now works. Could something have changed there? Does Chrome need normally to be unset?

  2. Thanks Anshu. It works in Firefox and Safari.

    I tried uninstalling and re-installing the Enpass app, and also the Chrome extension. Still the same.

    Enpass Helper is running, and the lsof output is:-

    Enpass    2672 joheller   26u  IPv4 0x23d5fe3e5d102cbb      0t0  TCP localhost:10391 (LISTEN)
    Enpass    2672 joheller   28u  IPv4 0x23d5fe3e5d10109b      0t0  TCP localhost:10391->localhost:52212 (ESTABLISHED)
    EnpassHel 2687 joheller    9u  IPv4 0x23d5fe3e5d10073b      0t0  TCP localhost:52212->localhost:10391 (ESTABLISHED)

    I used wireshark to capture traffic on port 10391 on the loopback interface, and it appears to show the websocket being closed by the extension soon after it is established. I'll send the packet capture to support. 

    Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 09.29.10.png

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  3. I have MacOS 10.13.6 (High Sierra) and just installed Security Update 2018-002. This seems to have broken the Enpass Chrome extension. Elsewhere on this forum, someone with Mojave is also has a similar complaint.

    When I try to open the browser extension I get the connection error page in a new tab briefly, but it immediately turns into the standard new tab page.

    Extension: 5.5.2

    Chrome: 70.0.3538.77 (Official Build) (64-bit)

    Enpass: 5.6.11 (155)

  4. I am on High Sierra 10.13.6 (because it is a work laptop and that is what they require) and just had a MacOS software update. Now I am seeing the same thing. I can't open the Enpass browser extension. It briefly shows the connection error page, then switches to the Chrome new tab page.

    Same versions of Chrome, Enpass and the Enpass Chrome Extension as the previous post.

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