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  1. An interesting and important question that was already raised, but not yet answered, in another thread: Is Enpass' built-in password generator part of SQLCipher or otherwise (if yes, how so?) open source and therefore trustworthy? I currently feel no need to demand to make the whole application open source as long as the security-relevant parts are. But the password generator is one of these and therefore a reassuring answer would be nice. If it's not open source, what are the plans in that regard? If it is, I think you should advertise that on your website, too.
  2. Hi Enpass Team, as you claim everywhere that Enpass is based on SQLCipher, an opensource technology, I decided to look by myself (not that I don't trust you, but i'm curious ;)). So, I installed sqlcipher and opened the database. It was easy to find the right parameters to decrypt the DB: PRAGMA cipher_default_kdf_iter = 24000; PRAGMA kdf_iter = 24000; PRAGMA key = '<PASSPHRASE>'; But now, I can't find where are the passwords. I would have thought they would be in the Cards table in the Data field, but it's obviously not, as (almost) all my Data fields have the same valu
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