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Hi there,

Just a simple request: That Enpass has the ability to generate custom keyfiles. By default, Enpass estimates certain policies for its generation (128-bit or 256-bit), and as an option, it can be of almost any type of file extension (which is not so obvious, for advanced users). 

Even if it may be possible to use images with hidden text (steganography), either generated within the same Enpass or by third-party software. 

Understanding that steganography does not encrypt content, but as a way to hide already encrypted content in an image. 

KeePass (and clones) allow you to use custom keyfiles (almost any file), and I understand that it is authenticated by the "hash" of it (if it differs from when the keyfile originated or was associated, it simply discards it). 

What do you think about it, will it be possible to see something like this in the future? 

Gabe. 

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