1Password for Slackers

As I sit here, I can see at a glance that a Pull Request was just merged to master, our unit tests ran successfully, Tim shut down the staging bastion, and Will’s daughter turned 2 today with a rather delicious looking cake. What ties all these seemingly random topics together? Why Slack of course (you […]

Introducing 1Password 6.6 for Windows

We’ve been hard at work on a major update for 1Password 6 for Windows and I’m so excited to finally share it with all of you.  1Password 6.6 for Windows is here and it is HUGE.  I can’t possibly discuss every new feature here – there are 24 brand new features and 89 total changes […]

Be your own key master with 1Password

Encryption is great. By magic (well, by math) it converts data from a useful form to complete gibberish that can only be turned back into useful data with secret number called a key. I happen to think that the term “key” that we use for encryption and decryption keys is a poor metaphor, as it […]

Google I/O 2017: Fun, Sun, Autofill!

Unlike Jupiter’s Io, which completes its orbit every 2 days, Google I/O only comes around once a year. Thousands of people register, and a select number are chosen at random. This year, Michael, Saad, and I were lucky enough to get tickets (hmm…maybe I should play the lottery)! While Michael has attended I/O in the […]

Introducing Travel Mode: Protect your data when crossing borders

We often get inspired to create new features based on feedback from our customers. Earlier this month, our friends at Basecamp made their Employee Handbook public. We were impressed to see they had a whole section about using 1Password, which included instructions for keeping work information off their devices when travelling internationally. We knew right […]

Time to make the switch

In light of the recent announcement that Meldium is closing, it’s the perfect time for your team to find a new password manager – and 1Password is here to apply for the position! If you were affected by this closure, are worried about your password manager going away (or being bought out for a third […]

1Password is #LayerUp-ed with modern authentication

We should remember on this World Password Day that passwords have been around for thousands of years. They can’t be all bad if we’ve kept them around so long, but some things need to change. This year we are partnering with Intel to talk about layers of security, and in this article I’m going talk […]

#LayerUp with 1Password and Intel

May the 4th is World Password Day. That’s always an occassion to celebrate for us at AgileBits, and a great opportunity to remind everyone to get their passwords into shape. But this year is special: our friends at Intel have asked everyone to #LayerUp, and to help them out, we’re serving layer cake. Like any […]

Get to know 1Password Teams: Security Audit & Watchtower

You’ve moved over to 1Password Teams, invited your team, set up custom groups and laid out a recovery plan. Simply by using 1Password, your company is now far more secure than when you started. But how can you know your team is safe from online security breaches? Your teammates could go through their passwords one […]

Our friend and colleague, Roman

We’re a family here at AgileBits. It might sound like just words, but it is true. We really feel that way. We share our good days and bad days, our wins and our losses, our gamer IDs and our favourite recipes. Which made hearing the news of the sudden loss of one our own so […]