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Something weird going on where I used Enpass to login into Enpass forums but then it suggested if I wanted to save the password!?

 

Browser Firefox , Enpass latest , plugins:-

I dont care about cookies

ublock origin

Auto tab discard

firefox containers (not used for Enpass)

Strict Privacy Protection setting on firefox

CookieBlock ( https://karelkubicek.github.io/post/cookieblock)

 

none should interfere with this?!

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23 hours ago, Manish Chokwal said:

Hi @flyingbirds,

I understand your concern about saving passwords for items that have already been saved. Despite this, Enpass only does this when it finds something new in the filled details or in the URL. Therefore, it is advisable to verify whether anything has been changed. 

 

the only thing I notice is that the main discussion page url is:-

https://discussion.enpass.io

and the stored on in Enpass is:

https://discussion.enpass.io/index.php

am not sure which one is correct?! plus if the websites do not match shouldn't it not suggest the password in the first place since I have the "match hostname" option on in the settings? I do not think Enpass should be so finicky and delicate like this.

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On 4/5/2022 at 2:51 PM, Manish Chokwal said:

Hi @flyingbirds,

In order to investigate it further, please help me with the following details:

  1. Share the details of Enpass version, Firefox browser version and OS information.
  2. Did you install Enpass from a store or our official website?

FF 98 , macos 11.6.5 , enpass 6.7.4

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