I downloaded the client for Windows 10 and enabled the Chrome extension. As I entered passwords into the application, I was told some passwords were really bad and some were just bad. So after I added a couple of them, I went back and changed one or two (happy that I had the old ones written down). I swear I tested them when I changed them by logging into the web sites and then letting the browser extension fill in the data. Today when I tried them, some of the sites were telling me 'invalid login' so I tried the old passwords -- and they worked.
A second problem was two of my accounts (aa.com) and (southwest.com) did not accept my passwords from the Enpass browser extension. When I typed the password in manually, I was able to log in, but not if they autofilled from the browser extension. I checked the passwords that were stored and they matched what I typed and I made sure there were no extra spaces.
Finally, I noticed that one of the user names on one of my accounts was the user name from a different account. I am pretty sure I did not do this, but I only noticed it on one account so maybe it was my error.
Because of all the problems above, I got concerned about the integrity of the data, so I deleted everything from the vault and I input the information again. This time, I went to each web site to log in and then said SAVE when I was prompted to do so by the browser extension.
So far, my passwords are stored locally and I only used them on one device, so I know it's not a sync issue between devices or platforms.
I am interested in the software, but am not sure I want to purchase because I don't know if it's totally reliable. Is there a manual of some sort? Best practices on how data's supposed to be created in the vault?
Thank you for any insight you can provide.
PS, I am using the Windows 10 version of Enpass, 6.1.1 (424), and whatever browser extension is most current (I just installed 7/25/19).