Eno® from Capital One®

Eno® from Capital One®

Shop more securely through your desktop browser with Eno®, your Capital One® assistant.

What is Eno® from Capital One®?
Eno® from Capital One® is an Edge add-on intelligently designed to ensure secure online transactions. It enables a shopper to pay without exposing the actual credit card number. Instead, it generates a unique number specifically for the site you are transacting with. As a result, you can conveniently lock or unlock these virtual numbers anytime, easing the card replacement hassle. With Eno® for Edge, enjoy effortless checkouts and continue earning rewards.
Stats
Rating: 1.80 (81)
Version: 4.4.1 (Last updated: 2024-04-04)
Creation date: 2022-03-22
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • activeTab
  • tabs
  • storage
  • cookies
  • webRequest
  • webRequestBlocking
  • alarms
  • https://*.capitalone.com/*
  • http://*.capitalone.com/*
Size: 5.48M
Stats date:

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Eno®  from Capital One®
Eno® from Capital One® (v4.4.0)
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Summary

Guard your card with Eno®, your intelligent assistant from Capital One®.

  • Shop without exposing your actual credit card number
  • Eno® appears at checkout and provides a unique number only for that site
  • Forget the card replacement hassle — lock or unlock virtual numbers anytime without affecting your other spending
  • Check out effortlessly and keep earning rewards

Add Eno® to Edge (it's free), and just click the Eno® icon when you're ready to pay.

User reviews
User reviews summary
These summaries are automatically generated weekly using AI based on recent user reviews. Edge Add-on Store does not verify user reviews, so some user reviews may be inaccurate, spammy, or outdated.
Pros
  • Provides enhanced security with virtual card numbers.
  • Useful for companies managing multiple credit cards, reducing compromise incidents.
  • Some users report it works well on multiple browsers and appreciate the security it offers.
Cons
  • Inconsistent functionality; only works part of the time and can be very unreliable.
  • Issues with automatically filling in credit card information during checkout.
  • Problems accessing or creating virtual cards on Edge, with easier functionality on Chrome.
  • The add-on may cause Edge to crash on Mac.
Most mentioned
  • The extension often doesn't work as intended on the Edge browser.
  • Need to manually copy and paste card details due to autofill issues.
  • Users are required to log in to capitalone.com for a reliable experience.
  • Problems with the add-on's stability and reliability across different web pages.
  • The extension provides a sense of security through the use of virtual card numbers.
Recent reviews
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by Quentin, 2024-03-16

This is the FIRST REVIEW? I'm on hold with the Fraud Department trying to locate my CARDS so that WE can do business but I am traveling and we are in a Pandemic so excuses ABOUND. SO is this real? talking to Alyisha a manger - person #4 -- so tbc
by Steven, 2021-12-17

Just got a new laptop with Windows 11 and Edge (Jan 2024) and I was able to get Eno from the MS Store and install it as an extension. I then logged in with my CapOne credentials and provided the verification code they sent my phone. After that it popped up when I went to the Adobe website to buy photoshop, but it did not fill in the credit card info. I could not copy the CC# from Eno and had to type it in manually. This will suck if that is true for all stores. Perhaps Edge does not think it is safe to allow a CC# in the unencrypted copy/paste buffer or maybe they did not create the app correctly. At least I can use it
by Peter, 2024-01-21
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Safety
Risk impact

Eno® from Capital One® may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

Eno® from Capital One® is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.

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