1Password for Mac Tips: How to update your passwords

In every password’s life, there comes a time to get changed. Maybe it was never a very good password to begin with, maybe you were a victim of password reuse, or maybe you were among the 200 million accounts stolen in the recent Adobe and Sony breaches. Fact is: every password dies, not every password […]

1Password for Mac Tip: One-click to tidy up your vault

After Generated Passwords become Logins, we sometimes keep the original item around just in case. But if you’d like a quick way to clean these items out of your vault, here’s a simple tip you can use.

1Password + Holidays = Sanity

We’re headed into the home stretch of 2013, and between travel coordination, meal planning, and shopping, there’s a whole lot of holiday stuff to juggle. If only we had computers that fit in our pockets that could make things easier… wait. We do have pocket computers, and 1Password for iOS just went on sale, so here are […]

1Password Tips: use our built-in browser on iPhone and iPad

We’ve been getting questions lately on how to add a 1Password button to Mobile Safari for iPhone and iPad. While I may have a little bit of bad news about that, I’m happy to say I have good news too. In fact, I think it’s great news about a really handy feature built right into […]

Guess what? A Post-It under your keyboard is not the worst place to keep a password

The Sophos NakedSecurity blog has some excellent password security advice to kick off your Monday morning: “Before being interviewed on TV, wipe passwords off whiteboard“. Here’s a shot from TVP, a Polish television channel, that prompted this timely refresher: Note that “hasło” is the Polish word for ‘password’. I guess a scrap of paper under your keyboard is […]

More than just one password: Lessons from an epic hack

Mat Honan, a 1Password user and writer for Wired, did everything right. He had strong, unique passwords everywhere. Yet he was the victim of an “epic hack”, and had to put a great deal of effort into getting his digital life back. A very brief account of this Homer-worthy hack is that someone talking to […]

Some 1Password tips for iPhone and iPad to start your Tuesday off right

1Password for iPhone and iPad has some great tricks up its sleeve, including easy ways to let you peek at a password, a quick way to search, and even bumping Safari over in—or possibly out of—your dock. So let’s get started, shall we? The Basics Swipe to reveal password on iPad - 1Password for iPad behaves […]

On password breaches and security processes

Today it was reported LinkedIn had a password breach. This is the most frustrating sort of security problem, because even if you’re using all the security available on the longest most complex password you can generate, that doesn’t help if someone else gets ahold of it. As more and more services are offered online, and […]

1Password Power Tip [Mac]: Use 1Click Bookmarks just about anywhere besides your browser

Boy, it sure is easy to log into sites from 1Password or the 1Password browser extension; after all, that’s kind of the point. But what if you want that easy access from other apps, or a way to organize Logins related to a certain project with all the other stuff for that project? We’ve got […]

Only you should 0wn your data, Part 2: Staying safe

Just the place for a Snark! I have said it twice: That alone should encourage the crew. Just the place for a Snark! I have said it thrice: What I tell you three times is true. —Lewis Carroll “The Hunting of the Snark” In Part 1 of this series I discussed how your 1Password data […]