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  1. That may well be. But voluntarily submitting yourself to the laws of a country that has not hesitated to spy on the leaders of govenments which were supposed to be friends, a country were people can be obliged not to talk about what three lettered agencies demand, a country that does not hesitate to even try to undermine end to end encryption as for example curently with the Earn it Act (though another field, yet an example of the radicality of intention to underimien privacy severely), how can you honestly say that as a US company you would not face the danger of being forced to include back doors one day or undermining security in another way (and be silent about it)? 

    One also wonders why a company that deals in privacy chooses, out of all possible countries, the U. S. There is Iceland, there are various EU countries with comparatively strong privacy laws and ethics. There is even Switzerland.

    A company that is about privacy and takes that seriously should let this reflect in all their actions. Why such a company would even consider moving to the U.S. in their current state is simply beyond me.

  2. Legal changes in corporate entity : The significant changes are in the name of the entity, governing law and principal place of business from India to the USA. The controlling entity is changed from Sinew Software Systems to Enpass Technologies Inc.




    It is absolutely awful that you have changed the principal business place to the U. S. I - and I am sure many others - have consciously sought out a password manager which is NOT based in the U. S. as we all know that privacy is not much worth there. It has not been since years, whatever party was in government.

    By going to the U. S., you are making yourself subject to all kinds of measures against the security of your users, about which you may then even not be allowed to talk. This is the more valid, as Enpass is not even open source. How can we ever trust that you are not forced to (or just will) install back doors?

    It is very sad, but together with my loss of trust in you because of the recent incidents after the Windows-Store version (which I will consider an early warning now, a sign so to speak), now I know I will have to look for an alternative once more. 

    Best regards from a perhaps soon-to--be user.

    The world is big. There are a lot more privacy friendly countries. Please let us know - how could you not pick them instead? 


  3. Hi,

    I am not sure what happened right now, but when I wanted to use Enpass today, there seemed to be a freshly installed (auto-installed?) version, and it requested me to tell it the location for the Backupdata. However, in the location where I believe to have stored the backup data, all back-up-data since I first installed Enpass on this new computer seem to be gone. I cannot find them. I find the Enpass backup-folder where I very probably put it (in Documents / Enpass). While I cannot exclude not to have set any option for regular backups, I very very much doubt that. And it has never happened before that Enpass suddenly aks me whether I am a new user or have a backup somehwere?

    My system is Windows 10 (still before the various May updates). The Enpass version newly installed on my computer is . Enpass version: I have no idea, because when I try to use an older backup (from March, which was left untouched by the problem, I get an "internal error -995). So I cannot even use Enpass with older backups? What is happening?

    1. What did happen there?

    2. Do I have any chances to retrieve my more recent backup data? Or is everything from the last two months lost? That would be.... problematic....

    Best regards,




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