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I just noticed that Enpass was drawing a whopping 1.5 Gigabytes of RAM; I've had it running for a day or so. After restarting it, it's using a more sane 31 Megabytes. I don't have a lot to go on at the moment, but thought I'd mention it here to see if someone else has had similar issues. My system is reasonably bleeding edge, so I wouldn't be surprised if this is difficult to reproduce: Archlinux, kernel 4.6.3-1-ARCH #1 Enpass 126.96.36.199-1 (AUR package, hence the additional 1) qt5 & qt5-webkit 5.7.0-1 (Community package, hence the additional 1) Cheers
So I made an account quickly to ask if the same thing also the issue with Enpass. Via Dutch website www.tweakers.net and on www.nu.nl newsarticles today have been published about Lastpass big privacy leaks. Apparently there were two and luckily Lastpass has fixed them both within a day, but is it the same with Enpass? Does the team even know about it and are they working on it to find out if the same is the case? Links here: https://tweakers.net/nieuws/114017/google-onderzoeker-vindt-op-afstand-te-gebruiken-lek-in-lastpass.html https://labs.detectify.com/2016/07/27/how-i-made-lastpass-give-me-all-your-passwords/ https://twitter.com/taviso I see that the Enpass extension in Opera, Chrome, Vivaldi and Firefox haven't been updated since mid and end of May 2016, so that worries me.