Today’s the day! A number of you (and a number of us) are finally going to be able to play with the latest and greatest addition to our gadget family: Apple Watch. No doubt, once you have sent your heartbeat to someone, put in your height and weight measurements for fitness tracking, and marveled at just […]
Paper: it’s the bane of our digital existence. Most of it you can scan and keep in 1Password. But some of it you just can’t digitize away. Think of those handwritten postcards from your best friend. Your glossy, autographed Star Trek prints. Your passport. Your college diploma. Your tax returns (‘tis the season). All that […]
When is yesterday really today Over the last few weeks we’ve released huge updates to 1Password across all of our platforms. Along with some awesome new features and improvements, these updates contained a fix to a pretty important, and to be honest, rather embarrassing date problem. You see, there were some cases where you would […]
You’ve come to love 1Password as the handiest of multi-tools on all your gadgets: your computer, your phone, your tablet…and now, your watch. That’s right, 1Password for Apple Watch is here, ready to save the world (and, more importantly, your time)! You don’t need to be an intrepid inspector (or a precocious crime-solver in pigtails) […]
1Password 4.2 for Android. 10% of the answer to Life, The Universe, and Everything. 420% more useful than a towel.
We last heard from our hero, 1Password for Mac, in version 5.1. Sadly, version 5.2 suffered a tragic accident. The development team refused to give up. “We can rebuild it,” they said. “We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world’s first bionic password manager. 1Password 5.3 for Mac will be that app. Better […]
Creating secure passwords for you is one of the most important things that we do here at AgileBits. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve 1Password to make it more secure and more convenient. Today, we believe we’ve come up with an innovative solution that will allow users to create secure passwords … even in the face of unreasonably […]
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.