This section deals with security of the Enpass in your system. You can invoke Security Settings dialog in Mac OS from Enpass-Preferences-Security tab.



On Windows and Linux platforms, option for accessing security settings is under Tools-Settings.

Master Password

  • To change your master password you’d first have to enter the old password and then set (and confirm) the new one. Click OK.
  • You’d be informed about the success of the password change.


If you have enabled sync, the data file encrypted with the new master password will get updated to the cloud during next sync operation. Also, other devices syncing with that cloud will ask for this new password from then on.


Autolocking protects your data from unauthorized access by locking the Enpass keychain, even when your device’s privacy has been compromised. The whole behavior of autolocking can be controlled by the following settings:

Lock when Enpass is idle

The default setting is 1 minute, which means that Enpass would be auto-locked if not used for 1 minute.


You can change it to match your comfort.

Lock when System is idle

The default setting is 1 minute, which means that Enpass will get auto-locked if the system stays unused for 1 minute.


Lock when main windows is closed

If this check-box settings is enabled, Enpass will get locked when minimized by clicking on X button on main windows manager.


This option gets enabled only if the Minimize App to System Tray option is checked under General tab in settings.


Lock when system sleeps

If the feature is enabled, Enpass will automatically get locked everytime your system goes to sleep mode.


Lock when screensaver gets activated

This setting is available only for MAC and Windows desktops. Once enabled, Enpass will get locked, if the screensaver of system gets activated.


Lock while fast user switching

This setting is available only for MAC and Windows desktops. Once enabled, Enpass will get locked, if you do the fast user switching.


Quick Unlock

Enpass provides a couple of ways to quickly unlock the app rather than Entering your master password. You can choose any option according to your preference for a quick access.

Touch ID

To use the Touch ID to unlock Enpass, you must have Touch ID enabled on your MacBook Pro and then simply enable the Touch ID from Enpass preferences.


After enabling Touch ID, you just need to enter the master password once you’re freshly starting the App and then you can use your fingerprint to unlock Enpass further until you quit and restart the app again.


Once you’ve enabled the Touch ID, you can use your fingerprint to unlock the app.


Pin Code

This feature lets you quickly unlock Enpass with an alphanumeric PIN rather than entering master password every time when the App gets locked in background. It works only if the App is running in the background, otherwise you’d be prompted to enter the master password again.

  • Click on the checkbox to enable Quick Unlock.
  • You’d be prompted to setup a PIN code.
  • Once you’ve successfully setup the Quick PIN, you’d be asked for the PIN to unlock the app next time. After an unsuccessful attempt, you’d have to enter the master password.


Display section has one settings related to display of password fields.

Hide Sensitive

By default, it is checked and all sensitive fields are concealed by bullets.



System clipboard comes to action when you copy any data. Since all your data in Enpass is very crucial and you usually keep copying from Enpass to paste it somewhere else, this section is very crucial from security aspect.

Clear Clipboard After

When you copy any data from Enpass, it gets stored on your device’s clipboard. You can choose when to clear this data from clipboard. By default, it is set to After 30 seconds.