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Alex Gurenko

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  1. 5 hours ago, Kay Lin said:

    As I have been ignored by the officials in these months, I'm extremely disappointed and upset about the about Enpass. I bought Enpass on all of my devices and this is the kind of service I received. I've already switched to another service that is open source and it works on ARM devices. I will no longer recommend Enpass to others because of this and the switch to subscription-based licensing. Goodbye.

     Well, calm down, we're not 12 here. It's weird how people are saying that they leave Enpass due to new subscription-based licensing, while MOST of other password managers always had this model and still have it now. It's everyone's choice whether or not to continue using products or look for alternatives. That's exactly why I was waiting for a reply, so I can make a decision.

    @Pratyush Sharma thanks for the information, appreciate it.

  2. On 8/29/2019 at 12:44 PM, Anshu kumar said:

    Hey @Scibex,

    Thanks for writing in.

    Currently, we don't have any immediate plans to add support on Raspberry Pi. However, I've forwarded it to the concerned team for further consideration.


    With a rising popularity of Pine64 products (Pinebook[ Pro], PineTab, PinePhone) I would forsee more people wanting to use Enpass on ARM-based linux machines, are you guys ready to re-visit ARM support in 2020?

  3. It looks like yum repository is seriously out of date. I'm running Fedora 31 and latest available version is stuck at 6.2.0 for a long time now.

    Here is an output from dnf.

    dnf --showduplicates list enpass
    Installed Packages
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         @enpass
    Available Packages
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass
    enpass.x86_64                                                                                                         enpass

    I've re-downloaded repo file before trying to make sure I have correct repo in use.

  4. With latest update of Enpass Firefox extention, the build-in manager stopped working and does not filling or even suggesting already saved login/passwords. I've tried and after removal of the extension - functionality restores. I would really like to have control over this behaviour if that's expected.


    I'm running Fedora 30 KDE and Firefox 69/70

  5. 10 hours ago, Lox_ said:

    Same issue here (Chrome and Firefox). I was also wondering if there is also an extension update ?

    Settings->Browser->Review Browsers is empty.

    As a side note, I am a developer and Linux server administrator, ask me anything technical to help you find the issue.

    Ubuntu 18.10 (Gnome Shell)
    Enpass 6.0.0 (214)
    Firefox Extension
    Chrome Extension

    @Vinod Kumar I actually have two machines, both have authenticated browser, but on one machine it works, on another it still shows error and extension does not work.

    $ lsof -i:10391
    Enpass  5261 <username>   30u  IPv4  41930      0t0  TCP *:10391 (LISTEN)

    I'm using Firefox 63.0.3 installed from official Fedora repos (@updates)

  6. @Anshu kumar Do you guys have a bug tracker to see what's already have been reported and what are you working on? Honestly, I find that Enpass 6 is barely usable in a day-to-day operations right now on Linux, at least for me and I'm not sure what's the best format to report all these things. I see that worst things are obviously reported here, but still there are things here and there, that makes it very-very difficult to use and some are just concerning.

  7. 3 hours ago, Anshu kumar said:

    Hey guys,

    I would like to share that Last Synchronized and Last Attempt are two different timings. Last Synchronized is the time when the actual syncing of data took place last time and the file was updated on the cloud, while the Last Attempt refers to the time when Enpass looked for any changes in data on server (and maybe it didn't find anything to sync and is not matching with Last Synchronized). This is why you see different time stamps for both.


    May be you want to consider the name change for these parameters since it keeps getting people confused?

  8. 7 hours ago, Andy Long said:

    I first want to say thanks for the hard work on Enpass 6. It really looks good and latest beta runs much better than in the past (especially on Android!) Don't know if this is the best place to post this but I looked around and didn't see a similar problem. I have the latest Enpass beta installed on Kubuntu 18.10. Sync with Google drive works initally when its authorized through browser. But subsequent requests fail. Attached is a screenshot that shows it was originally synced at 4:46 this afternoon with last attempt a few seconds ago. Am I the first to ask about this? I haven't tried it with OneDrive or another cloud yet. Nor have I tried it on another Distro. Not that big a deal. I'll keep on using it. If I know I have to sync something new, I'll just disconnect and reconnect. But want to report it anyway.


    Yeah, this is to me looks like a confusing part and I'm not sure if the wording is really good. The "Last Synchronized" field shows when was the last time data was changed and synced TO the device. "Last Attempt" - shows when the data was last time checked for relevance. So, if you DID change data in the cloud and press Sync Now, both field will match, if you DIDN'T change anything in the cloud and press Sync Now then Last Attempt will update, but Last Sync will be at previous value.

  9. 1 hour ago, Tadly said:

    Here are some more issues I'd like to report/discuss:

    3. Browser extension should ALWAYS focus search.
    If you: open the extension -> select an entry -> close the extension -> open the extension, the search field is not focused meaning you can't just start typing

    I can second that too, it was also annoying in Enpass 5.x, also I've noticed on occasion when clicking start button in Fedora KDE brings Enpass 6 menu, until closed and opened again. Keyboard shortcut (Super Key) works as expected. Can find a pattern when it happens, so far seems random.

  10. Same for the scrolling issue, also I'd like to mention that I'm missing Minimize on start option, I don't really like a window pop up on start, I'd rather it ask for the password/pin when the first attempt to access the vault is made (like the 5.x version did).

    No sigfaults that I've observed.

    I'm running Fedora 28 KDE Spin


    P.S. Thanks for the repos, this makes life so much easier

  11. 1 hour ago, Vikram Dabas said:

      Hi @Alex Gurenko

    We've already received a lot of feedback regarding the authentication with other browsers like Firefox, and our dev team is working on it.

    Also, we thought to pick the Google accounts from the device and ask user to choose one, as done in Enpass 5. But the issue would be with the multiple vaults where to set up Google sync for secondry vaults user had to unnecessarily add the accounts in the device first. 

    Okay, fair enough. Basically if it will eventually work with Firefox browser, I don't have strong preference. Actually maybe even better for custom roms too :)

  12. On 12/5/2017 at 1:30 PM, Akash Vyas said:

    Hey @Alex Gurenko

    One of our users had the same issue and he reported that he fixed the issue by installing "compat-openssl10-devel". So, for now, please try the same and let us know if it helps. We'll be looking for a fix on our end.


    This package actually exists, but conflicts with openssl-devel package in Fedora.

  13. On 11/17/2017 at 9:09 AM, Anshu kumar said:

    Hi @Peter Wang

    The final version of the Firefox 57 extension is already up and can be downloaded from our website.


    Are you planning to push this extension to addons.mozilla.org ? It's been a while since FF 57 is released and the working addon exists, but keeping on a separate web-site is kind of going against the idea that web-extensions introduced.

  14. I want to create a separate tracker for the problem described in other topic. Currently update check does not work on at least versions 5.5.6, 5.5.9 and 5.6 via EnpassMaintenanceTool with following error:

    URL Scheme not supported: https (https://dl.sinew.in/linux/packages)



  15. On 9/2/2017 at 1:58 AM, niemalsnever said:

    Great that the new WebExtension is finally in beta/available for public testing. I'd advise you to link to this thread in the thread on Firefox 57+ compatibility in the Browser Extension forum.

    This is in my opinion a bad idea, because it means that the Enpass WebExtension would not be synced with Firefox Sync, which means users would have to download the extension on all their devices manually, which is, frankly, a bit uncomfortable.

    Enpass Beta v5.5.9 seems to be released on the beta PPA for (Ubuntu/)Linux as well, and also connects beautifully with the Firefox WebExtension (tested on Linux Mint 18.2, with Firefox Nightly 57.0a1 and Enpass Beta v5.5.9.

    That's great it's released on beta PPA, but I'm on RPM-based distro, so other means to install would be appreciated =) As for for the WebExtension, I would hope it's only for beta-testing purposes and once passed will be uploaded to Mozilla's Add-ons.

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