Introducing 1Password 7 Beta for Windows

1Password 7 for Windows is almost here! 🎉🙌 Today marks our first beta and you’re invited to join in. Read on to see what all the hullabaloo is about and I think you’ll find our excitement is quite contagious. 🙂

1Password X: Better, Smarter, Faster, and Japanese! マジで!

Since launching 1Password X in November we’ve been hard at work exploring what’s possible and polishing everything else. I’d love to share with you what’s new since 1Password X blasted off! 🚀

Give the gift of 1Password

Introducing 1Password Gift Cards. With 1Password Gift Cards, you can help those you love stay safe online. Give them to others or redeem them for yourself. You can purchase them in amounts of $25, $50, or $125.

Finding Pwned Passwords with 1Password

1Password now includes a proof of concept to allow you to check if your passwords have been leaked on the internet using Troy Hunt’s new Pwned Passwords service.

How to use 1Password to manage cryptocurrency

Want to invest in cryptocurrency, but don’t know how to manage it safely? Learn how to use 1Password to secure your crypto information – exchange accounts, private keys, wallet backups, and more.

1Password is for families

Sharing 1Password with your Family has never been easier! Make connections, spend time together, and enjoy Family Day with us here in Ontario:)

Developers: How we use SRP, and you can too

Today we’re announcing that our Go implementation of Secure Remote Password (SRP) is available as an open source project. Learn about how 1Password uses SRP and how you can implement it in your own apps.

Terraforming 1Password

1Password is hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS). We have been using AWS for several years now and it is amazing how easy it was to scale our service from zero users three years ago to several million users today. We recently switched from AWS CloudFormation to Terraform to manage our infrastructure and would like to tell you about it.

1Password command-line tool 0.2: Tim’s new toys

Want to level up your skills as a 1Password administrator? Learn all about the latest version of the 1Password command line tool.

Same as it ever was: There’s no reason to melt down

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.