Enpass password manager service is working on an Edge extension

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Enpass is a desktop and mobile app that’s designed to manage your passwords and make sure that you can keep all of your sensitive information together in a way that’s not only convenient, but secure. It only makes sense that an application focused around the cutting edge of digital security would look into what Microsoft has been doing, and according to Enpass’ Twitter account, the app may soon be making its way onto Microsoft Edge some time in the near future as an extension.

There’s a whole lot of room for Enpass to integrate their service into Microsoft Edge, most notably – as Tiago mentioned – the upcoming integration with Windows Hello that was announced during Build last week. We know that Windows Hello is going to be an asset for any organizations that intend to make a priority out of security, especially ones like Enpass whose entire business revolves around managing sensitive login information.

With this being a brief Twitter announcement, we don’t know much of anything about the details of Enpass’ upcoming Edge integration. As stated in their tweet, details should be coming soon.

Thanks to BiggishTuba558 for the tip!