We started our journey in 2012 with a password manager app for a single platform, and have grown to be one of the leading cross-platform password managers.
Imagine you’re changing the password on a website. You generate the new password using the built-in Password Generator of Enpass, but you realize that the new password is not accepted for some reason. You could, of course, generate a new one specifying your preferred recipe and mix of alphabets, numbers, and special characters aligned with website’s requirement.
However, when you proceed to try the new one, you are required to enter your old password, which has now been overwritten by this new one you generated. Ouch! The only option for you to get access now is by going through the annoying and time-consuming ‘Forgot Password’ drill.
Don’t fret, because Enpass has got your back!
Every password you change and the passwords of every newly saved login items get recorded into password history of that particular password field in the Enpass app as well as the password history of Enpass extension. Very cool, right?
You can also see the name of the domains of recently created passwords in the password history of Enpass Extension.
To see the password history, click the Password Generator icon and a pop-up window will appear.
A few days back, a security flaw was reported by Florian Bogner in Enpass for Windows that could have lead to a local code injection attack. This has been fixed in the version – v5.4.
From the last couple of months, we’ve been working hard on a special update for Enpass desktop editions. We recently rolled out Enpass 5.4 for Mac, Windows, and Linux, and have gotten tremendous feedback from our beta testing community.
It’s a big day for all of us, as we bring another marquee feature to Enpass! The new version of Enpass for Windows v5.2.2 is now officially available on Windows Store.