Heads up: Your best defense against the Russian hacker data breach is still strong, unique passwords [Update: And a sale!]

A Russian hacking team claims to have nabbed billions of Logins and email addresses. Fortunately, defending against these breaches is pretty easy with 1Password.

1Password 4 for Windows is here

After months of beta testing, a small lake’s worth of coffee, and a possibly illegal number of pizzas, 1Password 4 for Windows is here. The goods This is a huge release for us, as it brings many of our latest features to Windows and a cleaner, more intuitive interface. Windows users can enjoy Favorites, Multiple Vaults, Wi-Fi Sync, and Security Audit, […]

Take Control of 1Password ebook updated for our new Watchtower service

By now you’ve probably heard of 1Password Watchtower, our new service that warns and informs you when websites of your Logins have been compromised. Watchtower has been a huge hit with our Mac customers and is coming soon to Windows, and now you can learn more about it in the latest update to Take Control of 1Password, the comprehensive ebook by Joe […]

Our 1Password Watchtower service is now looking out for you, right in 1Password for Mac

Earlier this month, we introduced our new Watchtower service on the web. In its initial version, Watchtower checks whether a website is (or ever was) vulnerable to the internet’s nasty Heartbleed security bug, then tells you whether it’s safe to update your password. Now we’ve taken the next major step and made it much easier to stay secure online, as Watchtower can now check all your […]

Introducing the 1Password Watchtower service for Heartbleed and beyond

When news of the internet’s Heartbleed bug broke last week, we published what we knew about it and the implications for 1Password and 1Password users. To recap: 1Password is not affected by Heartbleed, but there are steps you need to take to protect your passwords from sites that may have been affected. Today, we’re introducing a […]