Fifth AgileBits team trip finishes with great 1Password plans but not enough labadoozies

Every year, AgileBits likes to gets its employees out of the home office. Also the new office, as it were. We want to get our increasingly global team, now over 40 members strong, together for all manner of trust falls, face-to-face time, and whiskey (ok maybe not trust falls). We usually prefer someplace warm, and this […]

‘Take Control of 1Password’ ebook updated for all our big v4.1 Mac features!

Remember how Joe Kissell wrote an entire book about 1Password? It covers how to get started with creating unique, strong passwords for all your sites, then how to get the most out of 1Password by securing all the other critical aspects of your identity, financials, and more. Well, Joe didn’t stop there—he’s already back with […]

There’s 1Password documentation in your head, we need it out. Yes, we’re hiring again!

You have experience building documentation for powerful, popular products that span more than one platform. You also laugh at the task of organizing these labyrinths of documentation because you eat labyrinths for breakfast. If you’re nodding right now because I really get what you’re all about, we’d like to talk to you. Yes, AgileBits is growing […]

Your Master Password is your defense from Dropbox breaches, real and imagined

Rumors of a Dropbox data breach spread this weekend, a breach that ultimately turned out to be false. But even in instances of false alarms, it is useful to remind 1Password users that their 1Password data cannot be decrypted without the Master Password. So let me take this opportunity to remind everyone that your 1Password data […]

Here’s to 2013 and a happy and secure 2014!

I think it’s safe to say 2013 was the best yet for AgileBits. We laughed, we cried (at some really funny stuff), and we fell in love with our first-ever office space. It’s about that time to glance back at everything we accomplished over the past 365 days, then look forward to what we have on […]

The NSA can do what to my iPhone?

After Der Spiegel, along with Jakob Appelbaum at the 30th meeting of the Chaos Computer Club, published an astonishing trove of documents revealing a great deal of the extent of their penetration of the network and capabilities to install spying mechanisms into individuals’ computers and devices, one of the least significant documents is getting the most […]

1Password is a Mac App Store Best of 2013, so let’s have a saleabration!

It’s only Tuesday, but I think it’s safe to say this is already one of our Best Weeks of 2013. Yesterday we woke up to the wonderful news that Macworld gave us a 2013 Editors’ Choice Award, and this morning Apple says 1Password is one of the Best Apps of 2013! To celebrate such wonderful […]

1Password 4 for Mac wins a 2013 Macworld Eddy

We could hardly believe our Twitter and Facebook followers this morning, but there it is, plain as day: 1Password 4 for Mac won a 2013 Macworld Eddy! The fine folks at Macworld say “1Password offers the best combination of convenience and security that we’ve seen.” We may be just a teeny bit biased, but we’re inclined to […]

Time to give 1Password 4 for Mac’s Security Audit a whirl

It was bound to happen eventually. A massive Adobe data theft of 130 million customer names, emails, encrypted passwords, source code, and more will enable almost limitless password reuse attacks in the coming weeks. Suppose you are one of the 130 million people who’s oddly encrypted passwords were among the Adobe password breach. Suppose that […]

Our own Kelly Guimont helps KGW News get the word out on a credit card scam

Credit card scams and Nigerian emails bearing gifts of unclaimed government treasures are usually things that happen to “other people.” Well, recently that “other people” happened to be our very own Kelly Guimont, so she helped KGW News in Portland get the word out on a new cellphone credit card scam making the rounds. Check out […]