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.
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About Rick Fillion
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Entries by Rick Fillion
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 […]
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.
The nitty gritty technical details about all the forces that aligned against us that had us staring up a giant wall of crashing water like George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.
Our open source framework is now available! It’s a drop-in replacement for CloudKit that enables your apps to sync with iCloud outside the Mac App Store.
Our latest update to 1Password for Mac makes it easier to find the Login you want, supercharges Documents, improves sync, and more.
A small percentage of our users are experiencing issues after updating 1Password via the Mac App Store. The good news is that the fix is super easy: A reboot will likely resolve the issue.
At the risk of being blackballed by the Alliance of Magicians (from even the smallest venues), we want to reveal the secret to Master Password syncing. It’s all just an illusion — a clever one — but since we don’t actually store your Master Password, we don’t sync it for you either. You do, but […]