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Hi. Intel's True Key password manager has an interesting approach to securing login: "Multi-factor authentication, or MFA, is standard with the True Key app. You'll always be verified by at least two factors before being signed in." So, on your phone, perhaps you are logged in and able to use your local vault using your master password and your fingerprint; on your Windows PC, you use the master password and Windows Face. It would be great to have a version of this functionality available in Enpass -- one way to do it would be that when I create a vault, I set a minimum number of "l
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/
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?
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).