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The Intel CPU flaw, that is being referred to as “meltdown”, is a big deal. But just because it is an extraordinary bug doesn’t mean that it requires an extraordinary response from most people. The same practices that you should already be doing are enough.
1Password’s browser extension has always been designed from the outset to keep you safe from some recently discovered browser based attacks on some password managers.
Monty and his fellow ‘Bits have been busy here getting ready for the holidays and just couldn’t wait to deliver the latest update. With over 100 changes, there is more inside our newest version than ever before.
Our all new 1Password app for Slack automatically posts messages in Slack when important events happen on your team. And it’s way more powerful than email.
1Password Teams is an invaluable tool to keep your team and their passwords safe and secure online. It’s simple enough for anyone to use, but if you’re an administrator of a team, you likely have responsibilities that go beyond simply filling passwords and storing information.
The good news is that you don’t need a dedicated IT department to make the most of your new password manager. 1Password Teams comes with everything you need to not only manage your team, but also to let your team manage themselves.
Introducing 1Password X – our brand new, full-featured experience that runs entirely in your browser.
Hello and happy November, everyone! We’ve long anticipated this day here at AgileBits. After months of hard work, 1Password 7 for iOS is now available on iOS 11. The very first step in the journey that brought us to this point was taken back in June, shortly after the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Before a […]
Account sign-up and sign-in is a critical piece of your app, but it’s also the part that is most likely to create friction for new users. It might be necessary for your app to collect information such as an email address and password, but let’s face it, those details are rather tedious to type out. […]
I’ve long been curious about Microsoft Edge. It’s fast, light-weight, and much more secure than the Internet Explorer of my childhood. It had everything you look for in a browser … except 1Password support. Today that changes!