If you would like to better understand when and why 1Password’s new TOTP feature (Time-Based One-Time Passwords) is useful, and what to do if you truly want two-factor security, this is the blog post for you.
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About Jeffrey Goldberg
Jeffrey Goldberg suffers from a pathological compulsion to explain things.
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Clipboards aren’t the greatest place to store sensitive information, which is why we’ve always worked to avoid them on every OS.
Our Watchtower service within 1Password for Mac and Windows will recommend password changes for a number of sites that we detect as using Drupal. Here you can see what that will look like.
A new security bug has Heartbleed-like ramifications. Fortunately, protecting yourself is still easy with 1Password.
There are steps we can and do take which dramatically reduce the chances that some malware running on your computer, particularly keystroke loggers, could capture your Master Password.
iOS 8 and its app extensions will enable a tremendous amount of power and convenience for apps, especially 1Password. But with great power comes the need for great security, and here is how your 1Password data will stay safe.
When you put all your very valuable eggs in one basket, it is absolutely fit and proper to ask how secure that basket is.
For the third time this year, there is yet another flaw in an underlying security technology used across the net: the recently fixed OpenSSL bugs announced on June 5. For our customers, we are happy to report that 1Password is not affected by bugs in SSL implementations, nor do these bugs require that most people change passwords. 1Password is not affected […]
When news of the internet’s Heartbleed bug broke last week, we published what we knew about it and the implications for 1Password and 1Password users. To recap: 1Password is not affected by Heartbleed, but there are steps you need to take to protect your passwords from sites that may have been affected. Today, we’re introducing a […]
A major flaw has been found in the software websites use to encrypt much of our secure communications. 1Password is not affected, but there are some things to be aware of while going just about anywhere on the web right now.