Vikram Dabas Posted July 23, 2018 Report Share Posted July 23, 2018 Hello Enpassians! Today we are announcing the first beta release of Enpass 6 for macOS. This beta brings: Multiple-Vault: You can create multiple vaults for personal and work credentials or a separate vault for other persons you are working with. Cloud Sync: Enpass 6 brings an improved synchronization mechanism, and each of your vaults requires a different cloud account to sync with. Secure Sharing: An option to securely share an item using a Pre-shared Key (PSK). For that you first need to define a PSK in the Advanced settings of Enpass. Enpass Assistant: A better and enhanced way to autofill details in Safari, Chrome and Firefox. You can download the extensions from here. Custom Categories and Custom Templates: Now you can define your own custom categories and templates in company with our existing categories. Custom Icons: You can add your own custom icons along with pre-supplied ones. Trash: Recover the accidentally deleted items from Trash. Archive: You can also archive the items which are no longer in use, but you don't want to delete them forever. Also the archived items don't appear in search results. Keyfile Support: You can now additionally use a Keyfile with the master password to log into Enpass. Important Notes for Beta Testers: Separate app: The Enpass 6 beta app will be installed as a separate app and will not replace the existing app on your device. Restoring database from Enpass 5: You can restore your existing data from Enpass 5 or previous versions into Enpass 6 using a Backup file on Welcome Screen. Synchronization: Enpass 6 is based on a new architecture and will not sync with the existing data of Enpass 5 on cloud. So this way you can use your existing cloud accounts to test the sync in Enpass 6 without any interference to sync in stable Enpass 5. Also, the Enpass 6 places the data on cloud into the designated App folder unlike it used to do in the root folder for Google Drive, and OneDrive. These changes will restrict you from restoring of existing data from cloud and you have to restore your data using a backup file. Mojave and Safari Extension: The Enpass extension for Safari browser doesn't work with the macOS Mojave beta versions. All beta versions are precursors of final products. They are intended for testing purposes only and should not be used any place where your data is important. Please backup your database before testing a beta release. The beta app may contain some features that are still in development and not fully functional. Download link - Enpass6 Beta for macOS (.pkg) Waiting for your feedback. Cheers! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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