macOS and clipboard manager "Copied"

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Robert

21 Dec, 2018 09:13 AM

Hello

In our department where I work we all changed to Master Password on all our different OS. We like the idea behind it very much.

I am a Mac developer there and I use the clipboard manager "Copied" from the Mac App Store. This tool has an option to add rules to prevent objects from becoming stored: Either an Application rule or a regular expression on an Application URL. This information is supposed (imho) to be stored in the clipboard together with the copied object.

I tried both, but the Application "Master Password.app" is not recognized and so all passords used are stored in an visible list inside Copied.

Any ideas on how the prevent the passwords from being stored in "Copied" ?

Many thanks for your help and
kind regards,

Robert

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