Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'keepass'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • General discussion
    • Hot topics
    • Enpass Support & Troubleshooting
    • Autofilling and Desktop Browser Extensions
    • Data Security
    • Announcements
  • Help us improving Enpass
    • Feature requests
    • Enpass Beta
    • Localization
  • General discussion

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Found 5 results

  1. Hello, In KeePass 2.41 i exported some password entries to the "KeePass XML (2.x)" format and imported them in Enpass. Here the following data is not imported: Password History The old passwords are stored with change date in the XML file. The "..." mean that I deleted some XML code (so you see only the relevant code). <Entry> ... <History> <Entry> ... <Times> <CreationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:11Z</CreationTime> <LastModificationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:26Z</LastModificationTime> <LastAccessTime>2019-01-15T20:51:41Z</LastAccessTime> <ExpiryTime>2019-01-15T18:41:19Z</ExpiryTime> <Expires>False</Expires> <UsageCount>2</UsageCount> <LocationChanged>2019-01-15T20:51:11Z</LocationChanged> </Times> <String> <Key>Password</Key> <Value ProtectInMemory="True">Password_OLD</Value> </String> </Entry> </History> </Entry> Expiry Date Also the expiry date is stored in the KeePass XML: <Entry> ... <Times> <CreationTime>2019-01-15T20:50:40Z</CreationTime> <LastModificationTime>2019-01-15T20:51:06Z</LastModificationTime> <LastAccessTime>2019-01-15T20:51:06Z</LastAccessTime> <ExpiryTime>2017-12-31T23:00:00Z</ExpiryTime> <Expires>True</Expires> <UsageCount>2</UsageCount> <LocationChanged>2019-01-15T20:50:40Z</LocationChanged> </Times> </Entry> Please fix this import issue because these fields are important data that should also be imported. Best regards OLLI
  2. Hello, i just moved from Lastpass to Enpass 6 and i like the new version. I only have one issue: I prefer a 2 vendor strategy for archiving my passwords - in the past, i exported my lastpass vault to csv and imported the csv into keepass - as an archive. When i export an enpass 5.6.9 vault as a txt file, keepass is able to import this by choosing "Enpass TXT" in the import menue. When i export an enpass 6.0.X vault as a txt file, keepass shows the error message "Object reference not set to an instance of an object". So i seems, that you changed the txt-file format, did you? And i guess the only way to fix this is, that keepass will support the new layout in the future, right? I tried this while using Windows 10, Mac OSX High Sierra and Ubuntu 18.04 ... As a workaround: It would be great to convert the enpass6 vault to an enpass 5.6.9 vault - so that i can use a portable 5.6.9 to export the passwords in an keepass friendly way ... Best regards, A.
  3. I wanted to import an encrypted kdbx file created by MacPass, but Enpass told me, that it cannot find an element. I tried "Keepass", "KeepassX (XML)" and "Keepass (CSV)" I use macOS Sierra mit Enpass 5.5.7 (99)
  4. Hello, in KeePass I have a very large database (2462 entries). But 70% of them don't have a password (just are bookmarks). So please add a checkbox "Only import entries that contain passwords". In KeePass I have many folders and subfolders, so I would just start importing one folder an then continue with the next folder. Now I have to export one single folder from KeePass, import it in Enpass and then continue with the next folder. It would be easier when you show a tree view of my KeePass folder structure and let me select single folders that should be imported. This way I just nee to to the export ONCE and then I can import folder by folder. Regards OLLI
  5. Hi Enpass Team, I recently switched from Keepass to Enpass. I imported all my data, but I lost history. It would be nice if the history of the Keepass was imported too. The informations are in the XML file, so I guess it's doable. Thx!
×