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Support for Chrome Canary


zacharyrs
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  • 3 months later...

Hey @Chandler Rodgers,

You can make Enpass extension work with Chrome Canary browser by turning off the Code signature verification in main Enpass App as explained here in the user manual. Before that, just have a look at the whole scenario and associated risks (if any, in your case) in turning off the Browser verification. 

Currently, Enpass supports extensions for widely used browsers; Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera browser. However, the Enpass extension can be installed in many other Chromium/Firefox-based Web browsers available in the market, provided they support the installation of Chrome extensions (Here Chrome Canary browse is your case). So as mentioned here under Communication section, Enpass App validates the authenticity of both extension and Browser before making any connection and serving data for autofilling. In case of Waterfox Browser, Extension Validity Check gets passed but the validity check for Browser gets failed and you get the Error 403. So if you turn off the code signature verification, you can bypass the Browser checking and set your foot into autofilling in Chrome Canary Browser. 

To avoid any security risks associated with turning off the code signature verification, please make sure that you download the browser from the legitimate source and double check the authenticity of any extension you install.

Thanks!
 

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