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.
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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!
Our favorite Tuesday of the year is here — the latest update to iOS was just released for you, me, and all our friends checking for updates. There’s a beautiful new Control Center, updated fonts across the board, a quick way to pay your friends for chocolate chip cookies with Apple Pay, and our personal favorite, drag and drop on iPad. We got really excited when Apple showed off drag and drop for iPad at WWDC in June, and now you get to use it in 1Password on your iPad too.
As the world now knows Equifax, the credit rating company and master of our fates, suffered a data breach in May and June 2017, which revealed to criminals details of 143 million people. (I would have liked to say, “143 million customers”, but that is very far from the case. We have no control at all over Equifax and other credit rating companies collecting information about us. We are neither their customers nor users.)
The revealed data includes:
Social Security numbers
Dates of birth
Driver’s license numbers (unspecified number of these)
Credit card numbers (209,000 of these)
As blown away as we were by today’s product announcements from Apple we were even more blown away by our inclusion in the festivities. To see Phil Schiller on stage showing 1Password on the new iPhone X was magical.
When Watchtower lets us know a breach occurred, we sigh and mutter a few expletives, unlock 1Password, and start generating new passwords. But what happens when the compromised information isn’t so easily changed, like your date of birth or social security number? That’s exactly what happened to me and 143 million of my fellow Americans just last week.
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