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The discussion and help forums for AgileBits password manager.
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yesterday by Puddingstone
How I Use 1Password – The Sweet Setup
What’s in my 1Password
Now, it’s been a while since I set up a brand new Mac, or since I erased my Mac in order to install the latest OS on a clean slate, or since I set up a new iPhone from scratch rather than an iCloud backup.
But… my point is that when setting up a new computer or iOS device, 1Password is among the very first apps I install.
A brief perusal through my 1Password library, and I can see that I’ve been using this app for nearly 10 years. I’ve got some passwords in here (for old websites I don’t use any longer) that were created as early as December 2008. They’ve been modified since then, of course.
1Password holds the login information to every single website and service that I use. From my personal bank to my business website hosting to my favorite online photo printer. And that’s just the start. Heck, I even have a login for my thermostat.
Here’s a quick look at what all I store in 1Password and why it’s so helpful.
1password  privacy  security  passwords  credit_cards  2FA  family  legacy  cars 
2 days ago by rgl7194
Uses This / Adam Roberts
Who are you, and what do you do?
I'm Adam Roberts, and I produce Versioning, a daily subscription newsletter for tech folk. This curates the best resources for devs and designers every day, as well as specific posts/emails on relevant and emerging subjects, plus fun stuff like media guides. It's a mix of subscriber-only content (people join for a monthly/annual fee), and free content available for everyone.
Basically: I open a lot of tabs to find the best stuff, so you don't have to. I also run a few other weekly newsletters for SitePoint, focused on blockchain, back-end dev, and design/UX, respectively.
I'm a New Zealander living in Melbourne, Australia. I like Star Wars, NBA, fancy craft beer (and brewing).
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2 days ago by rgl7194
Uses This / John Murphy
I'm John Murphy and I'm a game designer based in Chicago. I'm a co-founder of Young Horses and one of the creators of Octodad. I'm currently working on a secret new game, organizing events as part of Bit Bash, and spending a lot of time traveling and living my dang life.
What hardware do you use?
When I'm at home or traveling I Boot Camp my late 2013 15" MacBook Pro, because our Horsepower editor only runs in Windows.
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2 days ago by rgl7194
1Password Implements New Feature to Keep Travelers' Passwords Safe - SecureMac
Over the past several years, international travel has become fraught with more privacy and security concerns than ever before. At many borders, including those in the United States, customs agents are increasingly asking travelers to unlock their phones and hand over their laptops for inspection. Government agencies claim this is an anti-terrorism measure, as well as being aimed at combating fraud and trafficking in illegal materials. For many, this feels like an invasion of privacy.
For those with password managers on their devices, this is an especially big concern. When traveling overseas, putting your passwords at risk is wholly unacceptable, especially for individuals such as journalists. 1Password, one of the most popular management apps, has chosen to take a proactive step towards making it easier to protect your passwords from prying eyes while traveling.
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7 days ago by rgl7194
1Password's Travel Mode - Schneier on Security
The 1Password password manager has just introduced "travel mode," which allows you to delete your stored passwords when you're in other countries or crossing borders:
Your vaults aren't just hidden; they're completely removed from your devices as long as Travel Mode is on. That includes every item and all your encryption keys. There are no traces left for anyone to find. So even if you're asked to unlock 1Password by someone at the border, there's no way for them to tell that Travel Mode is even enabled.
In 1Password Teams, Travel Mode is even cooler. If you're a team administrator, you have total control over which secrets your employees can travel with. You can turn Travel Mode on and off for your team members, so you can ensure that company information stays safe at all times.
The way this works is important. If the scary border police demand that you unlock your 1Password vault, those passwords/keys are not there for the border police to find.
The only flaw -- and this is minor -- is that the system requires you to lie. When the scary border police ask you "do you have any other passwords?" or "have you enabled travel mode," you can't tell them the truth. In the US, lying to a federal office is a felony.
I previously described a system that doesn't require you to lie. It's more complicated to implement, though.
This is a great feature, and I'm happy to see it implemented.
1password  passwords  travel  security  privacy 
7 days ago by rgl7194
Have I Been Pwned: Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach
Have I Been Pwned allows you to search across multiple data breaches to see if your email address has been compromised.
pwned  security  passwords  1password  privacy  breach 
9 days ago by jmsmrgn
ustayready/CredKing: Password spraying using AWS Lambda for IP rotation
Easily launch a password spray using AWS Lambda across multiple regions, rotating IP addresses with each request.
recon  passwords  spraying 
13 days ago by whip_lash

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