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The other day I signed up for an online service and received the usual welcome email immediately. But that wasn’t the most pleasant welcome!
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.
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.
Enpass is based on the core idea of securing your data, and that makes security as one of the core pillars of not just the app, but in everything we do at Enpass. Our experienced team of product managers and developers are committed to security, and work even harder to fix any security issues or flaws at top priority whenever something comes to light.
Now Enpass 5.0 is there on every supported desktop platform with browser extensions. But unlike MAC and Windows, Linux version has an exception on the grounds of browser validation. Yes it is related to security but don't afraid folks as this doesn't mean that using Enpass on Linux is insecure and compromises on security anywhere. If so, we wouldn't have released that.