Entries by Rick Fillion

Watchtower: we shall fight on the breaches

1Password’s Watchtower service has been helping users identify accounts that have been affected by breaches for years. Today we’re proud to announce an enhancement to how 1Password finds and identifies breached accounts. 1Password can now use Have I Been Pwned to find accounts that have been compromised based on the email address associated with the […]

Multi-Factor Authentication in 1Password

The more the merrier, my mother likes to say. And why shouldn’t that apply to authentication factors? You have your Master Password and Secret Key, and they’re combined to be one amazingly strong factor via Secure Remote Password. We’ve added two more to the guest list, and you get to invite whichever you’d like. Two-Factor […]

Meet the team that builds 1Password.com

Last week found a number of us flying out to Toronto for what we called RickConf (I swear I didn’t name it!). The weather did its best to try to get in our way as the ice storm caused some of us to arrive a day later than expected. We all made it though, and I think we all took turns assuring the Californians that this weather is not normal.

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 […]

PSA for macOS Developers: Renew Your Certificates & Provisioning Profiles

Welcome to Part 3 in a three-part series of posts that go in-depth on the recent events that caused macOS to prevent 1Password for Mac from launching on our customer’s machines. In this thrilling conclusion we’ll go into what we’ve learned and what the rest of the developer community needs to do to prevent this same sort of pain in their own apps.