Popular password manager, Enpass, gets attachment support

If you use Enpass password manager to keep all of your accounts private, then you might be excited to hear that the app has a new update. As of today, the fan-requested attachment support has finally been added!

Now users are able to upload image attachments of passports, credit cards, birth certificates, etc into Enpass encryption. You're even able to use the camera to snap images you want to keep safe, as well as being integrated with the iCloud Drive.

These images are saved inside the Enpass keychain. As noted by the announcement post, saving too many unnecessary images can slow down syncing to your cloud acount. There is an implemented 200KB per attachment limit currently.

Here is the changelog for version 5.5:

  • The attachment support: Yes, you got it right, from now on, you can attach files to Enpass. So let it be anything, the snap of your Credit Card, Passport, key files etc., that should not be stored unencrypted to your device can find a secure place inside Enpass keychain.
  • Option to disable updates & analytics: We have added an option under Advanced Preferences to restrict Enpass to connect to the Internet for checking of updates, sending analytics and crash reports. Though we recommend you to not disable the option to check for updates and notification as this is the only way we can convey any important message to you. You still remember, Enpass manages your passwords offline without forcing you to create an account with us and we love serving you anonymously.

This Enpass update is rolling out globally across all of its platforms including Windows PC and Windows 10 UWP, along with various bug fixes depending on the version.


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