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swg0101
@swg0101
@kspearrin so how do I fix that issue with the dup record you mentioned?
I didn't see any dups in LDAP
Daniel Martí
@mvdan

I run a meetup about open source stuff, and I run it as an unincorporated UK non-profit with a few sponsors. I've been told that 1Password gives free team accounts to meetups like ours, which is something we kinda need to share access on our accounts like twitter.

I obviously would prefer to just use BitWarden :) Do you offer something similar? I realise there's a free business tier for up to 2 people, but we're 4. I could get the $1/$5 a month tiers, but any amount is noticeable for a small meetup, and it would be hard for me to convince the others when the alternative is free :)

tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE

Having trouble resolving some build warnings for the Android App, any help would be appreciated.

Environment: Windows 10, Visual Studio 2019 Community, .NET Core 2.2 SDK installed.

Getting several of the following warnings:

Package XXX was restored using '.NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1' instead of the project target framework '.NETStandard,Version=v2.0'.

Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
@tERyceNzAchE That is expected.
we use libraries that arent built for .net core, so they throw warnings
you can ignore
@swg0101 I would check your user list for a duplicate. It has to be. Look at the network request to the sync endpoint.
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
Thanks @kspearrin.
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
@mvdan Unfortunately there aren't any sponsored plan available at the moment
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
@kspearrin I'm also unable to build if I set the Dex compiler (either to dx or d8). Is that also expected?
Or set the Code Shrinker
swg0101
@swg0101
@kspearrin - I was looking at the JSON, no dups there either
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
could you PM me the JSON?
swg0101
@swg0101
ok one sec
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
@tERyceNzAchE I am not sure about those settings
Thomas Kagan
@ThomasKagan
Hey! I'm a year-long user of bitwarden, have a suggestion for its desktop app
would be more than happy to help contribute it!
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
Downloaded the source for the browser extension, built, loaded unpacked extension, everything seems to run fine but it's extremely slow compared to the Web Store installed extension. 4 seconds to pop up the main screen compared to less than 1. Is this normal? Didn't make any code changes yet, just downloaded the latest source and built. Tested in Chrome and Brave.
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
that sbecause you are running the dev build
which is JIT compiled
You need to run a dist build to get the AOT compiled version
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
How can I do that? Is there a special build flag?
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
npm run dist
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
Thanks, will give that a try.
tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE

No go. npm run build works fine.
npm run dist exits with an error.

[14:03:07] The following tasks did not complete: dist, distSafari
[14:03:07] Did you forget to signal async completion?
events.js:174
throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event

tERyceNzAchE
@tERyceNzAchE
Was able to get it working by commenting out
exports distSafari/distSafariApp
Jeroen Evens
@jeroen7s
@kspearrin are you aware of this electron vulnerability?
they specifically use BitWarden for this in the Embedded video:
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/08/skype-slack-other-electron-based-apps-can-be-easily-backdoored/
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
Yes, that has been a known issue for a while now. Not much that can really be done. If someone has physical access to the host machine, I imagine there are many attack vectors that are vulnerable.
Jeroen Evens
@jeroen7s
True, but I'd expect the malware to require root/admin permission to perform this kind of attack without altering signatures, which doesn't even seem to be required in this case? or am I wrong here?
I've BitWarden's location on Linux accessible under a User account, otherwise updates don't work (unless I run BW as root every time it tries to update)
on windows it does automatically ask for admin permissions while updating, and seems installed in Program Files, which is good.
on Linux it doesn't seem to ask for root permissions for updating and seems to expect it to run from a user editable location.
Tobirexy
@Tobirexy
@kspearrin any idea why I get a "Key1 is invalid" error message when adding my Yubikey 5 NFC via Yubikey OTP?
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
are you using firefox?
Tobirexy
@Tobirexy
No. Chrome on Windows 10
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
hm
Does it work on yubico's demo site?
Tobirexy
@Tobirexy
Thanks for the hint. It didn't work on the demo site either. I somehow messed up my configuration slot. I reconfigured the slot and now it's working.
I do not like Yubikey OTP. Would be great if all clients would support FIDO.
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
hopefully one day
phunkb
@phunkb
Hey, just wondering what latest version is? im on Version 2.10.1 (self hosting)
Rolfie
@Rolfie
@phunkb You are probably referring to the version of the web component, see here for a changelog: https://github.com/bitwarden/web/releases Also, if you are self hosting, have a look at the server version: https://github.com/bitwarden/server/releases
Mohan Sha
@MohanSha
Do we any feature to move multiple logins in folder rather than one by one?
Kyle Spearrin
@kspearrin
you can do this in the web vault
Ghost
@ghost~5d5f44f1d73408ce4fc90ca6
hello, how can i download chromium extension without google store?

You can now load the extension into your browser through the browser's extension tools page:

Chrome/Opera:
Type chrome://extensions in your address bar to bring up the extensions page.
Enable developer mode (checkbox)
Click the "Load unpacked extension" button, navigate to the build folder of your local extension instance, and click "Ok".

but where download link???????????????
Ghost
@ghost~5d5f44f1d73408ce4fc90ca6

Latest release
v1.41.0
1036623
Version 1.41.0
@kspearrin kspearrin released this Jul 30, 2019

Nord theme
Client event logs for organizations
Bug fixes
Language updates

thank you for ass hole design
Daniel André Eikeland
@zegenie
@ghost~5d5f44f1d73408ce4fc90ca6 you can find the extension files by looking at the "Code repositories" section on bitwarden.com, then going to the "Browser" repositories, and clicking the "Releases" tab on that page. It takes you here: https://github.com/bitwarden/browser/releases
From there you can download the releases independently and you should be able to follow the guide.
You're choosing to follow an installation method only required for someone with more than average technical skills - this took me a total of 1 minute to find. No need to be that rude.