Browser extension update out for Firefox Aurora, Chrome users

Are you a Firefox user who lives dangerously in Aurora territory? Is “pre-beta” your middle name? Well, we have a vodka martini browser extension update with your first name on it. As par for the course, Mozilla has been hard at work on testing new features and next-generation paradigms in Firefox Aurora, the more-beta-than-beta version of […]

1Password for Mac 3.8.21, the browser extension, and the Chrome Web Store

Peanut butter & jelly. Penn & Teller. Peas & pods—such incredible pairings are rare in this age, but today we are delighted to announce a new one. The 1Password extension and the Chrome Web Store. Available for Mac users and soon out of beta for Windows users, you can now install the Chrome version of […]

The 1Password browser extension puts a little dance in Safari’s web forms (Firefox and Chrome coming soon!)

Besides releasing 1Password 4 for iOS in December and working on a new local sync solution, we’ve been a little quiet on desktop front lately. I assure you it’s with good reason. While today is not the day to start talking about all the great stuff we’re planning, we can offer a glimpse, and it starts […]

Mountain Lion Update: 10.8.1 is out today

Apple has released the first update to Mountain Lion, version 10.8.1, as of today. So if you’re one of the more cautious folks who never install the “dot zero” update, now’s your chance to pull the trigger. If you already made the leap, you can go to the Mac App Store and get your update […]

1Password extension goes Retina for Mac

A little while ago, one of our fearless founders, Roustem Karimov, jumped into our Campfire room and said “RETINA ALL THE THINGS!” And our designer, Dan Peterson, responded “OK SURE.” Hot on the tail of our Retina update to 1Password for Mac, our browser extension version 3.9.5 is now also Retina-ized, with a fresh coat […]

Only you should 0wn your data, Part 1: 1Password and Flashback

Over the last couple weeks, a topic in tech news has been Flashback, malware that seems to have gotten itself installed on (at least) about 600,000 Macs running OS X. Although there has been malware for Mac OS X for a long while, Flashback is the first to reportedly affect a substantial number of users. […]

1Password update out in Mac App Store now, website soon

Our Mac App Store 1Password customers have a small update waiting in the Updates tab, and our website customers will also get a little present soon too. For Mac App Store customers, we’ve made some big improvements to our Passwords Plus importer so it can now create Secure Notes, Credit Cards, and Logins. We also updated our […]

1Password extension update brings gifts, good tidings for Safari, Firefox, and Chrome users

We’ve seen a flurry of browser updates lately, so our developer ninjas sprang into action to respond accordingly. After some quick hacking and slashing of code, we have a couple of useful updates that your browser may have automatically installed for you already, but we figured they’re still worth mentioning here. 1Password extension 3.9.1 brought […]

The Fellowship of the 1Password Extension completes its mission

Ages ago, in a land far from this one, our merry band of developers and designers, known as The Fellowship of the 1Password Extension, set out to complete two missions: destroy some gold ring with a creepy, invisible inscription, and rebuild our 1Password browser extension from byte-one for Safari, Chrome, and Firefox on OS X […]

A fix for Safari 5.1.4 for Mac and 1Password Helper problems

Good news, everyone! Well, bad news, then good news. To keep things short: Apple just released Safari 5.1.4, and it’s causing some ruckus with our 1Password browser extension for a few of our Mac users. That’s the bad news. The good news is that we have a fix, and it’s pretty darn easy. We have a […]