Over a million users across the world use Enpass on a variety of devices running on different platforms. A lot of you also use other passwords managers – some of them are fine products, we agree.
After Google announced the first release of Android O as an alpha developer preview earlier this year, developers on our Android product team have been rubbing their hands in glee. Something that they’ve been anticipating for a long time, was finally here. The autofill APIs in Android O!
One of our beloved user Andre Dierker, reported a vulnerability in Enpass for Android, where in some situations, Enpass on Android was being presented with a vulnerability where the last edited item was being saved inside the app sandbox in data.xml in plaintext. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to access that particular item on a rooted device.
A few days back, a security flaw was reported by Renato Marinho, in Enpass for traditional Windows, where when crashed, heap dump file of Enpass was generated by Windows Error Reporting feedback infrastructure, which might contain sensitive data. This has been fixed in the v5.5.6.
There are a lot of awesome features in the iOS that experts can spend hours exploring. And Enpass has incorporated a few of them so efficiently that once you master them, it's gonna change the way you use Enpass today.