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 […]

Behind AgileBits: Meet the people who support 1Password and Knox

We’re big on people here at AgileBits. It’s why we have human beings answering support emails nearly around the clock, why our blog header has a photo of us in our spiffy shirts, and why we recently opened our first-ever office in Toronto. In fact, I’d love to introduce you to the people who support, develop, […]

Greetings from the first-ever AgileBits office!

Ever since AgileBits was founded in 2006, we’ve been a remote company. But our team has grown quite a bit in the last couple years to span Canada, the US, UK, Netherlands, and Germany. In fact, we have over 35 team members now, so we thought it was about time we get an office! Say hello […]

1Password makes it onto the “Dropbox for Business apps” page

1Password can do wonders for helping businesses secure their data, and Dropbox is a fantastic way for businesses to sync their data everywhere they need it. That’s why we’re honored to find Dropbox listed 1Password on its new Dropbox for Business apps page. We’re among some great company on that page too, like HipChat (which […]

1Password and The Crypto Wars

Of all of the revelations about the NSA that began in June and continue to this day, the one that has shocked me the most is the fact that the United States National Security Agency has been deliberately inserting weaknesses into security products and even into NIST standards. In light of this, it is fit […]

Just spitballin’ new 1Password logos here

Hey, if Yahoo can throw 30 days of new logos against the wall to see what sticks, I figured we can toss a noodle or two as well. Right? Uh, right? Thanks to @bertrandom for the Logo Designer.

How long should my passwords be?

“How long should my passwords be?” A question like this depends on what kinds of password we’re talking about. The requirements for your 1Password Master Password, which you need to be able to remember and type, are very different from passwords you generate using the Strong Password Generator, which you never even have to look […]

Keep an eye out for our own Greig Allen at iOSDevUK!

Attention iOSDevUK attendees: when you see this gentlemen roaming around in Aberystwyth between September 3-5 (and you will), do not, under any circumstances, give him food or drink after midnight unless you’re looking for a good time. Yes, AgileBits’ Greig Allen will attend the iOSDevUK indie dev conference the first week in September, and he instructed […]

1Password beta crowdsourcing pinpoints OS X Mavericks release date

It should come as no surprise that we’ve been running a sizable 1Password 4 for Mac private beta for a while to help us test and polish all the great new stuff on the way. If it does surprise you, well, you learned something today! Naturally, a focus of our beta is to make sure […]

Happy birthday to our friends at Readdle, grab their apps on sale through August 3!

Turning six is a pretty big milestone in an app company’s life, so can you think of a better way for our friends at Readdle to celebrate than by putting all their printing, PDF-ing, calendaring, and Shakespeare-ing apps on sale for up to 70 percent off? I bet you can’t, so it’s the perfect time to head […]