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  1. I use Authy on my phone to generate TOTP codes. I turned on 2FA in my Nextcloud account. As expected, Enpass (on my Mac) is no longer able to sync. I checked Nextcloud support. They said to use "app passwords". Allegedly you go into the preferences for the application that you want to sync, and there is a place to enter an app password. https://help.nextcloud.com/t/two-factor-authentication-totp/52347 I couldn't find this in Enpass. How do I sync my database with a copy stored on a Nextcloud server that has TOTP 2FA enabled?
  2. Hi, Can you consider adding support for 2FA functionality to log into Enpass. Today they are protocols (I mentioned 2 in the subject line) that can be used. This would allow first login into enpass without having to provide the 1st password. Regards,
  3. Using the Enpass Android app on my LG G7 running Android 8.0 Oreo, Enpass defaults to using the wide-angle camera, and cannot read QR codes as a result. The app should detect if there are multiple cameras and either choose the correct one (if possible) or allow switching cameras.
  4. Enpass currently works well with the standard TOTP implementation of a numeric, 30 second interval TOTP code which makes it possible to use most services that offer this sort of authentication. Due to it supporting custom digits, it not only works with the standard 6-digit, but also with some different ones like Blizzard's 8-digit authenticator (which I use just fine with Enpass). What Enpass still lacks in this regard is support for custom time interval and also Steam's 5-digit alphanumeric standard. I, for instance, have to use another authenticator for services like 'Twitch' and 'Mercado Livre' which use 7-digit 10-second TOTP codes (which I believe is Authy's own standard) and Steam (I believe Bitwarden is the only one that currently offers working TOTP for all of these). I know there's currently a thread which is a little over 4 months old about Steam's TOTP, but I couldn't find anything regarding custom time intervals in the feature request so I figured I should post it and hope it gets done sometime in the future
  5. Hello, I activated 2FA for my Ubisoft account. Now the 2FA code must be entered when I start the Ubisoft uPlay Client (Windows application). If you implement the Login into Desktop Applications: then Enpass should also copy the 2FA Code into the clipboard after logging me into the application. Best regards OLLI
  6. Hello, How can I use TOTP (2FA) within Enpass? Is there somewhere a tutorial available? Thank you! Best regards OLLI
  7. I'm going to repeat myself but please support yubikey feature. IT's pretty simple, yubikco is giving all the API we need to do this: We know that it should be for web app but if you say was the ONLY usecase then -> we wouldn't use it to auth in windows 7 locally -> we wouldn't use it to auth in keepass locally -> we wouldn't use it to auth to QubesOS and decrypt the device LOCALLY Should I continue? Yubikey CAN and SHOULD be used to decrypt encrypted assets in ALLL password manager. We should never pretend to know better since there are always better version of ourselves and in this case it's also true. If theoreticians of security and cryptology use it then we should too. simple as that.
  8. Hello, Here is a proposal to enhance security mainly for cloud/webdav users but not only : The goal of 2FA is to have two different things to use for authentication (basicaly something we know, something we have, ect...) As such, I feel that storing 2FA and passwords in the same storage renders 2FA completely useless. Wouldn't it be better if it was possible to split passwords and 2FA data in different files in a different location ? or even having two different apps. I've given some though about this and off course, I think any developer would agree this should be even in completely different applications. One could say we can use Google Authenticator or Microsoft authenticator or another for this however these applications does not sync with cloud/webdav and can be only used on a single device which I think is greatly ridiculous if you were to lose or break the device holding the application. And we can't have a two instances of Enpass on every device either... This is just a proposal but this would be a nice add. Thanks for listening
  9. Some hardware auth tokens such as Yubikey support a challenge-response mode. i.e. you initialise the token with a secret which is henceforth only available to the token (backup of the key excluded). You take the user's password and send it as the challenge to the token, which calculates a HMAC using the key and returns the response, which is used as the database password. e.g. https://sourceforge.net/p/passwordsafe/discussion/134800/thread/7463e2a3/#7e4e It'd be neat if enpass supported this.
  10. Google Authenticator 2FA Implementation Hi, First off, I would like to start by saying I love the product and I use both the desktop and paid mobile version. I think it would be great if there was something built into Enpass that could replace Google Authenticator, something that is able to store your 2 factor authentication secrets, and then display and copy the codes. In the past when ever I've dealt with Authenticators, it has always been a struggle to keep the secrets synced between devices, and I know this is a strong point for Enpass. I think this could be a feature that would draw a lot of people to Enpass. Thank you for your consideration.
  11. Any chance your Enpass developers could create a 2-Step Verification feature to be used within the Enpass app, rather than us having to use Google or some other alternative third party app for our 2 step (factor) verification logins. It makes sense to have that within Enpass, plus it would allow us to backup and encrypt our verification codes within the Enpass encrypted database. Just an idea.. What do you think?
  12. I have a lot of passwords/items and try to use MFA where I can. If there was a view that I could click on to show all accounts that support MFA/2FA or an icon/note on the detail page this would help me identify and setup MFA on other accounts. I normally use this site to identify sites but its not exactly easy to use or identify the sites I use. https://twofactorauth.org/
  13. I really like Enpass and use it multiple Windows devices. Everything works fine. Then I activated OneDrive two factor authentication, and sync stopped working. I installed Enpass new device while havin 2FA enabled. It could read data from OneDrive, but after initial load sync didn't work. After disabling 2FA sync started working with every device. Any workarouds? Any fix coming up? Or is this stupid user error?
  14. I am looking for a solution to the problem of using Enpass locally between iPads, iPhone and MacBook Pro. Whilst using the iPads, I've employed my own hosted WebDav but again the management of such a server requires time and effort unlike iCloud, OneDrive for Business or local Folder. Cloud sync would be good if it is a Trusted store such as Apple or Microsoft. But do we really 'trust' these big corps with our password data? I would like to build a cross platform WebDav for secure password management for people to use solely for this purpose only. Who would be interested? I'm thinking deploying WebDav on a Swiss Server, designing a web interface for Enpass and then syncing between devices through WI or SSH. I've tested WebDav and EnPass on Digital Ocean before but it's a lot to manage. Any other solutions to secure cloud password storage?
  15. Simply put I'm suggesting a multi-line text field that can be secured. Sites using multi-factor authentication (MFA) often have a set of recovery codes. One can't add these easily to Enpass as I don't have an option to have a secure text field. While talking about fields it could be nice to have a master list of fields that are already setup and can be added to any item (ie, I just add the recovery codes field I've already added).
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