There are a lot of technical terms that mean something very specific to cryptographers but often mean something else to everyone else, including security professionals. Years ago I wrote about when it means to say that a cipher is “broken”. Today’s word is “infeasible”.
With the conversation about online security and banking so fresh in everyone’s minds, I thought now would be a great time to send a message out to banks and financial institutions everywhere to encourage them to to take users’ security more seriously.
All 1Password editions are on sale! But like a rainbow that shows you the way, the sale won’t stick around for long!
Some great new goodies and enhancements should put a smile on your 1Password 4.2 for Windows day.
Some pretty cool travel apps are adding 1Password support, including Tripomatic, Foursquare, Uber, and Rego!
The ability to have your secure password data with you on all of your devices is one of the most important features of 1Password. Of course, strong encryption of your data is vital as well, but it is sync that ensures that you can use these strong and unique passwords across all your devices easily. […]
I’d like to take a moment to talk a little bit about how people who study password behavior go about their job.
Did you know that 1Password was initially only supposed to be a one-month project?
Want a little 1Password App Extension in Chrome for iOS for some quick copy-and-paste action? A Reddit built a workflow with your name on it.