Enpass is a cross-platform offline password management software that automates login process while keeping login information secure. It works on various browsers and platforms for both desktop and mobile devices. It uses open source AES encryption engine to safely protect all your sensitive credentials, supports time-based one time passwords and does not store any of your sensitive information on Enpass servers. Enpass even permits biometric authentication for unlocking the Enpass app. Although Enpass is an offline password manager, it permits syncing with cloud account of your choice, which means in case of loss or theft of your device, your secretive information is safely stored on your sync/cloud. The built-in password generator combines and creates strong passwords with a single click, without having to tax your brain. It even changes weak, old and duplicate passwords to strong, unique and complicated passwords which cannot be cracked. Moreover, with Enpass, you can even segregate your passwords for different work environments in different safety vaults for personal and business use.
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|API||NA||Contact||Haryana, India / +91-124-4221337|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS Installed - Windows||Category||Password Management Software|
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Probably the PIN Lock feature, cause i have added a long master password which is tiresome to enter each time i want to login to Enpass Desktop App, i can save a copy of it somewhere and copy paste it every-time but then that would be a security issue. Enpass has this smart little feature of Pin Lock, which requires us to enter master password only for the first time when you turn on PC and every other time after that you can access your password wallet/locker using a simple 4 digit numeric easy to remember pin.
Their support is slow to respond when reached out for help.
Great tool to save all your passwords securely in one single location.
With Enpass i can literally store passwords forever. with browser your passwords get deleted when you reinstall browser or OS. With enpass i can securely backup my passwords to my cloud drive and retrieve it whenever i need them.
Enpass is super secure password wallet/locker that encrypts your sensitive password data using 256bit Encryption. Enpass works seamlessly with browser plugins, this definitely comes handy when i have to backup passwords off the web browser to my password wallet (Enpass in my case). The 2 best things i like about Enpass are
1. That it allows me to store and backup passwords from multiple apps and devices (browsers) to 1 single place.
2. Their cloud sync feature is a live saver, Enpass takes automatic backups of all my passwords to my google cloud storage which is amazing, So if anytime there is a system failure i can rest assured my passwords are safely stored in my cloud drive.
No exactly a big drawback but maybe they could upgrade their UI, their user interface is quite dated, looks very basic and dull. Maybe even add a dark theme while they are at it.
If you are looking for a simple and super secure solution to save your passwords in one place then look no further and give enpass a try. You'll love it just like i did.
i use two different browsers and occasionally my phone for browsing websites on the go. Enpass helps me store all the passwords from all these devices and from different browsers in one single place. They also allow cloud sync, in my case i've synced it with google drive, this ensures that my passwords are always backed up and safe. Even if any of my device gets damaged i would still have access to all my logins that are stored on google drive via enpass.
I like integration with browsers and the option of generating strong passwords.
I really like this software, I have nothing to complain about.
I can have strong passwords on many services without having to remember them all.
Ease of use and software updates. I know all of my passwords are secure and accessible on multiple devices.
Some issues with setting it up on a domain and file sharing.
I use enpass it mostly from my iPhone to keep all my passwords and I like it for many reasons. - It is one time payments and there is not monthly subscription fees like most of the other apps
-Encrypted synchronization with my box account which means that I will never lose my passwords even if my phone was dead because it is safely stored om my box account
-It is very easy to use
- There is a master password to keep all your secure notes safe.
- There is a free version for desktop computer but I definitely recommend the paid version and they do great deals from time to time.
So far I am so happy with Enpass and I don't have any complains. I really like it
Very important app to use if you want to have access to your passwords at any time and keep them safe at the same time
Enpass helped me to keep all my personal passwords safe and allowed my to access them at anytime even when I am offline.
Once you work hard to enter all important passwords, it is so easy to look them up and also to regenerate passwords thru the Enpass app.
It might be a good idea to be able to print them all out in order to see if you have everything but I can also see where that would be a bad idea since you wish to keep them all private!
This Enpass App will save time, be secure and also generate passwords for you! It is user-friendly and the best thing since sliced bread!
It is quite safe to keep all the passwords needed for our company in Enpass instead of looking them up in a Word document! Much quicker and much more safe!!!!
Having tried a few other paid password managers, I was pleasantly surprised by what Enpass offers for free. In addition to storing log in credentials and suggesting effective passwords, Enpass can sync with iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, and others. It can also communicate with web browsers via an installable extension. In the past year of using Enpass, I have not run into any issues.
There is little fault to find with this application. At most, it could use a bit more flair in its presentation.
It's impossible to beat the pricing of Enpass. If you are looking for an effective password management system and are trying to avoid upfront or subscription fees, Enpass is the full-featured solution you've been looking for.
Having hundreds of usernames/passwords across the Internet, Enpass provides a great solution for keeping those accounts secure.
I like that I can store passwords for every aspect of my life in a single location. Before I was forced to switch between a few different password management strategies, and it was impossible to keep important information centralized.
I don’t like that you’re limited to such a small number of entries unless you upgrade to the paid version. I also think that the interface could use more guidance.
Enpass allows me to keep the numerous admin accounts I have to keep up with straight and organized. I appreciate having a secure and portable way to keep so much sensitive data on hand.
Enpass is a free app. It may not be as good as other password apps out there but one of the reasons I like it best is because it covers all of the bases for me. It allows me to make the store my passwords for credit cards, websites, etc. You name it Enpass can do it. Enpass also has a very clean interface and is user friendly.
I do think the security could be better for Enpass. Also, while the interface is clean it is not customizable. I think that if I were to own my own company I would use a more advanced password keeper and generator.
Find out what kind of password keeper and generator you are looking for. Enpass is one of the best but lacks several advanced features.
Enpass stores all of my passswords and it is like a reference book. I love this because many sites have different password requirements and I can always reference Enpass.
Easy to use , free for desktops . And it doesn’t store password
Not storing of passwords can be a bad thing as well
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