From its strong, no-hassle passwords to logging you in with a single tap or click, 1Password is the best password manager and secure wallet available.
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@nhonko if you want security and convenience, you can’t really beat 1Password.
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1Password makes it easy to save your own bacon. The name 1Password is a little misleading because it’s so much more than that now. Then again, 1placeforanythingyouneedsecureandeasilyaccessible is a bit convoluted, isn’t it?
1Password is the best password management app out there.
Hack-Proof Your Life: A Guide to Internet Privacy in 2014
You should also have a different password for every site, so that a hacker who gets your dating website password won’t all of a sudden have access to your Gmail account. Weinstein also recommended using a password manager like 1Password.
1Password 4 for Mac makes managing all your passwords easy and secure
Passwords stink. Password policies vary widely from the many sites you choose or have to use, and satisfying them all is hard, and hard to keep up with. That’s why 1Password is an invaluable application — and the new 1Password 4 qualifies as a worthy update.
1Password Gets Password Sharing, Better Encryption, and a Ton More
1Password, one of your favorite password managers, just got a huge update on OS X with a brand new interface, password sharing, all-new browser extensions, better encryption, Wi-Fi sync, favorites, and integration with other apps.
1Password 4 for Mac arrives with shared vaults, 256-bit encryption and Wi-Fi Sync
With lots of new landmark features, this release is a must-upgrade for existing users and a great buy for new customers.