Archive for September 17th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Enpass is a cross-platform password manager that works for Macs, Windows, Android, iOS, Blackberry, and Linux. Its strength is its ability to make your login information available to you no matter where you are or what type of device you’re using.


Image courtesy of Sinew Software Systems


  • Desktop versions of Enpass are free.
  • Browser extension allows Enpass to capture login data, as well as complete login data fields for you.
  • Uses Open Source SQLCipher 256-bit AES encryption engine.
  • Supports TOTP (Time-based One Time Password)
  • Doesn’t store your data on any Enpass servers.


  • Mobile pro versions require a one-time fee.
  • Enpass for Mac comes in two different confusing versions.

Enpass from Sinew Software is a mostly free password manager for the Mac. I say mostly free because while the desktop version of the Enpass app is free, the mobile version is offered in a limited-use format for free, or in a pro version for a one-time fee of $9.99 per mobile platform.

We’re going to concentrate on the Mac desktop version, though I’ve been told that all of the desktop versions of Enpass have almost the same features.

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