You were not born to remember passwords
Create one master password and let Enpass take care of the rest. Logins, credit cards, ID cards and other important information stored in one safe place.
Create strong passwords
Secure online shopping
Automatically fill in payment details when shopping online and protect yourself from phishing attacks.
Do a regular health check to filter out your weak, compromised, old and expired passwords.
Keep everything organized with separate profiles for work, personal and family, and give family access to everything they need.
A place for everything
Choose from a library of 80+ built-in templates to store credit cards, passports, driving licenses, insurance documents and more.
Compatible with the cloud storage you already use
Instead of keeping a cloud full of user data for criminal hackers to target, Enpass stores and syncs your encrypted vaults on your own cloud accounts. Or you can sync between devices via Wi-Fi, skipping the cloud and keeping your vaults completely offline.
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“Once you have syncing set up, it works just like any other service. And you don’t have to worry about Enpass being hacked, because your data isn’t on its servers. If you’re comfortable setting up the secure syncing yourself, Enpass makes a great password manager.”
“Enpass caught my eye mainly because it didn’t force me to store my passwords on its online servers. I wanted something that struck the right balance between convenience and privacy. Enpass checked all the right boxes for me, and I soon ditched LastPass for good.”
“Enpass has strong, unlimited free desktop applications for Windows, Mac and Linux… Enpass doesn’t offer any cloud-syncing of its own. (Some users might see that as a security advantage). Overall, Enpass belongs on our best password managers list…”
“Enpass offers the same level of password vault security as the rest of the competition, but there’s an added layer of protection in its model because it doesn’t store any of your data itself – you choose where to store and sync it so that you can save it in Google Drive or Dropbox.”
“Enpass is a solid password manager with some unique features that could make it an ideal choice for those who want more control over their data and don’t trust cloud-based password managers.”
“Enpass has some unique features to make it stand out. It works offline which offers some advantages… It also has you syncing locally or to your other cloud storage services.”
“Enpass doesn’t store any of your information on its servers. Instead, everything is encrypted and kept on your personal device so you never lose control of your data.”
“Here’s something unusual—a password manager that goes out of its way to support all platforms, including Linux and even Chromebook (not that I’d ever own one of those)… Dear reader, I went with EnPass.”
“If you’re uncomfortable storing such sensitive data in the cloud, though, Enpass might be the tool for you. Enpass saves and secures your passwords locally on your PC.”
“Enpass is a quite popular password manager across multiple platforms. It’s great to see that Enpass manages the package for Linux distros actively. I followed the steps to test it out and it worked like a charm.”
Personal & Family
Simplify your life by storing everything at one place using one Master Password.
Keep your organization secure by storing and sharing sensitive data within the local IT infrastructure.
Have existing passwords?
Import them in Enpass
Use the desktop app to automatically import your existing passwords from Chrome browser, Excel spreadsheets, CSV or other password managers.