This year at WWDC, both our Mac and iOS developer teams were in attendance. In this post, a few of them talk about what they liked best.
Wherein we discuss how 1Password protects inter-process communication in the face of cross-app resource access (XARA) attacks.
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In this edition of DevBits, our Android developers share some details of the Wi-Fi Sync implementation in 1Password for Android.
1Password is all about bringing convenience to security. Of course, there are always challenges to overcome. On Android, one particular challenge we have been working on is how to make it both secure and convenient for you to use your login credentials. Until recently, your options for filling these credentials were limited to either using […]
We all have our own ways of keeping things neat and tidy, and having something out of place can just throw your whole day out of whack. Luckily, 1Password mini can help you keep things organized just the way you like them. Let’s say someone sends you the details for the Wi-Fi router at their house, […]
Exciting announcements are being made at Google’s annual developer conference that will enable us to make your 1Password for Android experience even better.
UPDATE: The Because We Love You Sale will be ending the evening of May 27, 2015. Everything we do here at AgileBits is with you in our hearts & minds: whether it’s sharing tips & tricks to enhance your security, squashing bugs & implementing exciting new features, or answering your questions in our Support Forums, our […]
1Password is at its best when it’s helping us forget — not just our passwords and credit card numbers, but also where we put that thing. 1Password remembers, so we don’t have to. It’s easy to get hooked on this line of thinking. You start to ask yourself: what else can I afford to forget […]
When Tim Cook took the stage back in September to announce the next generation of Apple hardware, and that there was already an SDK for it, we were incredibly excited (and that’s putting it mildly!) I believe our reaction was something akin to: “We can make a 1Password app for Apple Watch!” “That’s awesome!” …brief […]