Enpass 6.6: Desktop program of the password manager with new functions
The password manager Enpass came up some time ago, because they changed their strategy a little with regard to paying for new functions for existing users. Now you are bringing new functions to the desktop app. These are probably already known to users who use Enpass on their smartphones – for example Breach Monitoring. It's a new built-in threat detection feature that tracks data breach incidents around the world and checks to see if a website stored in the Enpass vault has been compromised. Users can then proactively take countermeasures to avoid effects – in other words: change the password. This function is for "premium users".
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As on mobile platforms, 2FA identification is now being introduced on desktop platforms via the TwoFactorAuth.org service. As part of the new update, Enpass will now identify accounts that support 2FA but have no one-time codes stored. Enpass then points this out and you could then activate 2FA. A matter of discretion of the user: Like many other solutions, Enpass can generate the one-time codes. Also premium function.
What else? Mac users can unlock the app using an Apple Watch. The Enpass Assistant extension now allows you to create and change logins directly in the browser, so you no longer have to go into the app.
Changelog for Windows / macOS
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