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  1. I don't know about that, I bought it on all the platforms, but it is clear there is a bug that is affecting more than one person i.e. is not user error. Enpass do you have a plan to fix this? Is there any debugging/logging anywhere at all that we can use to assist you? As I have mentioned, syncing to the same WebDAV server with the same credentials on another Windows 10 computer works fine. And on my laptop consistently fails with cryptic error 904035 (why not even bother to display a real error message?). -davidc
  2. One thing that is troubling me is that Enpass is making no efforts to inform me of a sync problem. I have to notice that something seems out of date and then I have to go all the way into the main app, menu, vault, to see that an error occurs. In the meantime I am creating sync conflicts. Enpass needs to be more bold about informing the user about sync problems - either repeatedly, or with a persistent dialogue that needs to be explicitly acknowledged before it goes away. It's not acceptable for things to be getting weeks out of sync without me knowing. -davidc P.S. I am back to getting 904035 consistently on my laptop. But I didn't notice until today because of the above problem.
  3. Hi, I can confirm that no proxy is in place at either end. If I have my desktop and my laptop on the same home network (both Windows 10), my desktop can sync fine with the WebDAV server but my laptop cannot (error 904035). Both are running Enpass 6.1.0 (407). I could not find any Enpass logfile. The server is Nextcloud on Linux with a Let's Encrypt certificate. The certificate is accepted automatically in both Internet Explorer and Edge. It is signed by Let's Encrypt Authority X3 which is signed by the trusted CA DST Root CA X3. I have also verified that the server is sending the chain certificate from the command line. But today it is working. Nothing has changed, I have not upgraded Enpass and the certificate on the server has not rolled over. There haven't been any Windows Updates either (I run OOSU to prevent them). Edit: it worked once, now it is giving Webdav error code 909975 -davidc
  4. Is there any update to this? I am also getting 904035 on sync on one Windows 10 computer but another Windows 10 computer works fine. Viewing the server logs I can see the one with the error isn't making any requests at all. I also use Let's Encrypt certificates. I'm not going to bypass certificate verification for obvious reasons! -davidc
  5. The link to the Chrome extension on your website ( https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/enpass-password-manager/kmcfomidfpdkfieipokbalgegidffkal ) is 404, and I can't find it by searching the store either:
  6. Great, thank you for confirming.
  7. Hi Have you had any luck tracking down the problem please? I am having to keep 1password around because I can't afford to lose half my passwords; that defeats the point of a password manager. Regards David
  8. Hi Does anyone know the answer to this please? David
  9. Hi Anshu, I have 13 items in Trash so there are still 452 active logins exported. Everything is a Login item, no credit cards or anything. I have attached some screenshots below but of course I have had to obfuscate some details on a public forum: 249 items imported (the additional 3 are new items I created directly in Enpass, making 252 total): You can see for example that AAAAAA was not imported. It looks normal in 1password: From my perspective, it looks pretty similar to BBBBBB which was imported successfully: Both have their username and password fields identified, so I don't know what the difference is, or why one is imported and the other isn't. Here is the JSON from the 1PIF file for both of these entries too (I have obfuscated all sensitive fields with "xxx"): ***xxx[a uuid]*** {"keyID":"xxx[a hex string]","locationKey":"AAAAAA","typeName":"webforms.WebForm","location":"AAAAAA/login","uuid":"xxx[a hex string]","createdAt":1414531293,"title":"AAAAAA","securityLevel":"SL5","openContents":{"autosubmit":"default"},"updatedAt":1414531294,"contentsHash":"xxx[a short hex string]","secureContents":{"fields":[{"name":"login.User","value":"xxx[my username]","id":"loginform-user","type":"T","designation":"username"},{"name":"login.Pass","value":"xxx[my password]","id":"loginform-password","type":"P","designation":"password"}],"htmlAction":"AAAAAA/Login","htmlName":"loginform","htmlMethod":"post","URLs":[{"url":"AAAAAA/login"}]}} ***xxx[same uuid as above]*** {"keyID":"xxx[same hex string as above]","locationKey":"BBBBBB","typeName":"webforms.WebForm","location":"BBBBBB/weblogin.htm","uuid":"xxx[a different hex string]","createdAt":1522174876,"title":"","securityLevel":"SL5","openContents":{"autosubmit":"default","usernameHash":"xxx[a long hex string]"},"updatedAt":1522174876,"txTimestamp":1522174876,"contentsHash":"xxx[a different short hex string]","secureContents":{"htmlForm":{"htmlMethod":"LB1"},"fields":[{"designation":"username","value":"xxx[my username]","id":";opid=__0","name":"sUserName","type":"T"},{"designation":"password","value":"xxx[my password]","id":";opid=__1","name":"sSysPass","type":"P"},{"name":"btnOk","id":";opid=__2","value":"Login","type":"B"}],"URLs":[{"url":"BBBBBB/weblogin.htm"}]}} Hope this helps track down the issue. I'm surprised it isn't a more common problem as it's happening to fully half my logins! David
  10. Enpass 6.1.0 (407) English Windows 10, downloaded from website not Windows store.
  11. Hi I am moving from 1Password 4.6.2 From the File menu, I choose Export, choose 1PIF format, then put it in a new directory on its own and name it "data.1pif" It confirms it has exported all 465 of my passwords. In Enpass, I choose File, Import, 1Password, then point it at the directory that I put data.1pif in. It confirms it has imported 249 passwords. So it has failed to import around half of my passwords and hasn't given any errors or reasons why this would be so. Looking at the Enpass vault, I can indeed identify many passwords that are simply missing. This looks like it has already been reported at but the response there only deals with the "no title" issue (which isn't the problem for me), it does not address the issue of a large number of passwords not being imported at all. Thanks David
  12. Hi I have just started using Enpass and it looks great so far. I have concerns about the security of my WebDAV credentials. These do not look like they are stored in the vault so presumably are stored somewhere locally. What level of encryption is applied to these? Are they secured by my master password? If my device is lost and they are able to extract my WebDAV credentials then they will have access to far more data than just my (encrypted) vault. So I need to be assured that these credentials are stored in a way that is not reversible except with my master password. This question is for both Windows and iOS. Thanks David
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