Getting started with Enpass on Mac

Enpass is a simple and secure app for taking care of your passwords and other credentials. It features dozens of templates to help you securely save any kind of information, including passwords, logins, bank accounts, credit cards, identification cards, passports, and more.


Setting up Enpass on Mac

Installation instructions for Mac can be found here, and once installed,set-up instructions can be found here.


Adding, editing, and deleting items

Records stored in Enpass are called "items," which are automatically grouped into categories like logins, credit cards, identities, passwords, notes, computers, and more. Click  to add an item, and within an item, use ⌘+E to edit, or click  (more menu) and select Edit.

 

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Syncing and accessing data on other devices

Data can be sync between devices by connecting Enpass to your account at any supported cloud storage, or synced locally using Wi-Fi or a shared folder on your device/network. All syncing of Enpass data is encrypted and completely secure, with cryptography always being performed locally on your device itself.

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Importing your existing data

The desktop version of Enpass can easily import existing passwords and data from other password managers, Excel files, or browsers.

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Organizing your data

Your data can be organized in Enpass by using built-in categories, creating custom tags, marking items as favorites, and by creating multiple vaults (for example, a Work vault and a Personal vault). From the Enpass sidebar, you can expand/collapse the display of categories and tags, as well as access Password Audit and other tools.

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Autofilling passwords with the Enpass browser extension

The browser extension in Enpass makes it simple to autofill your passwords, credit card details, identities, web forms, and more — in any browser, with just a click or two, or by using customizable keyboard shortcuts.

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Using vaults in Enpass

A vault is the secure location where your Enpass items are stored. You can create multiple vaults in Enpass to segregate items that should be stored separately (for example, a Work vault and a Personal vault)Multiple vaults also enable collaboration with family or team members through a shared cloud account.

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Password Auditing

Enpass includes a built-in Password Audit tool that checks the health of saved passwords. This is a local scanning process that watches for passwords that are compromised, weak, identical, expiring, or outdated, and categorizes them accordingly. Password Audit keeps on top of your digital security so you don’t have to.

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Breach Monitoring

Enpass includes built-in Breach Monitoring that notifies you whenever a data breach has been reported for any sites, apps, or services saved in your Enpass items. All monitoring occurs locally on your device (none of your information is shared), and when vulnerabilities are found, Enpass alerts you to change the password that may have been compromised.

 

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