Go to the SSO Account Settings
If you’re not already signed
in, you’ll be prompted for your account credentials:
in the navigation pane on the left.
Below the QR-code, click on
the Unable to scan?
Copy the shared secret key and
paste it into the Enpass TOTP
Now Enpass will always display
your saved credentials with a TOTP code and expiration timer.
Finally, click the Save
button (before the 30-second expiration timer runs out).
NOTE: Do not attempt to change
anything on the Account
Although the information in those sections is shown as editable, any changes made in them will not be written back to your account.To make changes to your account details, you must go to the Account home page (
To save your login credentials in
Enpass, click the Save
button at the top-right corner of the page.
Copy the six-digit TOTP code from Enpass back into the One-time code field on the SSO page.
You can click on the copy icon to
the right of the TOTP expiration timer to place the current
six-digit code onto the clipboard.
Your account now has 2FA enabled. From now on, when you sign in to your account, in addition to your account username and password, SSO will prompt you for a TOTP code. When you sign in with Enpass to a 2FA-enabled website, Enpass automatically places the TOTP on the clipboard for a limited time after filling your username and password. When prompted for the authenticator code, just paste it in with Ctrl/Cmd + V.