Honestly, we’d like to exclaim from atop Yosemite’s cliffs about our excitement for the other Yosemite, iOS 8, and all the incredible things Apple announced during WWDC 2014’s opening keynote. But the great news is we’re actually here, in San Francisco, to learn first-hand about all this amazing new stuff straight from Apple (though the not-so-great news is we’ll have to hold off on the road […]
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There are plenty of examples as to why friends shouldn’t let friends reuse passwords, but some users of Apple’s Find my iPhone have become the latest omen of why this practice is so dangerous. On Tuesday, May 27, The Verge reported that Apple’s Find my iPhone feature was being used to lock devices for ransom. […]
We just pushed an update to our current browser button that’s so big, I’m calling it The Greatly Improved Edition. 1Password 4 for Mac and Windows 4.0 beta testers can check to make sure their auto-update features are locked in their upright positions and take the new button out for a spin now. You can read the full release […]
[Major important update: it’s here!] We’ve been busy. Not just busy—busy. A while ago we decided that we could rebuild 1Password Reader for Android. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the greatest 1Password for Android the world has ever seen. We then set out to do it. Now it’s done. 1Password 4 for Android arrives […]
The Apps that Love 1Password page has broken into education with the addition of SOLARO, a comprehensive study guide and service for Common Core K-12 classes! SOLARO packs content for over 1,500 classes across English language arts, mathematics from 3rd to 12th Grade, and science for all 50 states in the U.S. and some Canadian provinces. It offers things like topic-level […]
By now you’ve probably heard of 1Password Watchtower, our new service that warns and informs you when websites of your Logins have been compromised. Watchtower has been a huge hit with our Mac customers and is coming soon to Windows, and now you can learn more about it in the latest update to Take Control of 1Password, the comprehensive ebook by Joe […]
No, we haven’t moved our new office to San Francisco, CA. But 1Password did make a brief appearance in HBO’s Silicon Valley comedy this week, episode “Third Party Insourcing.” Those entrepreneurs may be struggling with the trials and tribulations of… being entrepreneurial, but at least they don’t have to struggle with strong passwords. [thanks for the heads up, Luca […]
Interesting news, tips, and other recent good stuff about 1Password from around the web.
It’s been a little while since an AgileBits co-founder or CEO spoke at a conference, so it’s great that our own Roustem Karimov is carrying the torch to NSNorth this week! NSNorth goes down in Ottowa, Canada from May 8-10. Roustem joins quite the roster of speakers, and he allegedly plans to share his origin story and spill all of […]
Earlier this month, we introduced our new Watchtower service on the web. In its initial version, Watchtower checks whether a website is (or ever was) vulnerable to the internet’s nasty Heartbleed security bug, then tells you whether it’s safe to update your password. Now we’ve taken the next major step and made it much easier to stay secure online, as Watchtower can now check all your […]