Version 5.6.9 of Enpass has been released. Enpass is a password manager for Windows, macOS, Linux and various mobile platforms. The program allows you to easily log in to websites and manage your passwords. This allows new passwords to be generated, lets you know if a password is weak, old, or used more often. Data is stored encrypted locally, but synchronization via services such as iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive is also possible. Enpass is free to use on the desktop, only for the mobile client a one-time contribution is required if more than twenty passwords are stored. Since version 5.6.0 the following improvements have been made:
- Enpass will no longer have any analytics on Google analytics, and we have removed the option “Send Analytics” from Advanced settings or Enpass
- Pwned Passwords Enpass now your passwords against breached passwords managed by haveibeenpwnd.com. You can do so by right-clicking on the password field and then ‘Check if pwned’ in the context menu.
- Fixed an issue where some of our users on Windows 7 were encountering a problem of running multiple EnpassHelper .exe processes that were generated in the high CPU and memory usage.
- Autocopy the TOTP to Clipboard: Signing into your online accounts that TOTP has never been easier Enpass will now auto-copy the TOTP from the item to clipboard after autofilling your login details. You have the right way to go …
- Autofill in basic auth dialogs: With this update, you’ll be able to autofill the basic HTTP authentication dialogues in Chrome and Opera browsers.
- The new systemwide shortcut to access Enpass: You can now access your Enpass settings.
- Fixes an issue where users were facing problem in importing data saved in non-English characters from Roboform and Lastpass password managers.