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Requested and REQUIRED changes


Lewisl
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YOU DO NOT OWN CUSTOMER DATA!

 

Things to fix:

  1. faster sync by syncing shards rather than one entire file of passwords

  2. Delete should have undelete during the current session or a trash folder that is emptied periodically--THIS IS THE 2ND PRIORITY

  3. Better fonts and layout

  4. Capture site icons from commercial sites that have one

  5. You may not delete the backup when the Mac Store version of the app is deleted. Heinous and WRONG. This may keep a person from losing the only record they have of their passwords! WRONG! WRONG! WRONG! Make no excuses about sandboxing. Appstore apps can save files in the user's home directory. Therefore, you can save a file. TOP PRIORITY! TOP PRIORITY! Your app is totally unsafe and inappropriate to use until this is fixed. YOU DO NOT OWN CUSTOMER DATA!

  6. THE BACKUP MUST BE ACCESSIBLE WITHOUT USING A COPY OF ENPASS. This is a requirement. Yes, it must be encrypted. That is EASY to solve. Simply backup as a ZIP archive using AES256 encryption and use the user's master password, which we must all remember in any case--like the product you copied 1Password, for encryption.

 

YOU MUST MAKE THE CHANGES IN ITEMS 5 AND 6.

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Guest Akash Vyas

Hey @Lewisl

Thanks for taking the time to share the feedback.

17 hours ago, Lewisl said:
  • faster sync by syncing shards rather than one entire file of passwords

  • Delete should have undelete during the current session or a trash folder that is emptied periodically--THIS IS THE 2ND PRIORITY

  • Better fonts and layout

  • Capture site icons from commercial sites that have one

  • You may not delete the backup when the Mac Store version of the app is deleted. Heinous and WRONG. This may keep a person from losing the only record they have of their passwords! WRONG! WRONG! WRONG! Make no excuses about sandboxing. Appstore apps can save files in the user's home directory. Therefore, you can save a file. TOP PRIORITY! TOP PRIORITY! Your app is totally unsafe and inappropriate to use until this is fixed. YOU DO NOT OWN CUSTOMER DATA!

 

These improvements and features are already on our top priority list for the next update due soon. 

17 hours ago, Lewisl said:

THE BACKUP MUST BE ACCESSIBLE WITHOUT USING A COPY OF ENPASS. This is a requirement. Yes, it must be encrypted. That is EASY to solve. Simply backup as a ZIP archive using AES256 encryption and use the user's master password, which we must all remember in any case--like the product you copied 1Password, for encryption.

I've noted it down for discussions.

Have a good day.

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