Posts Tagged ‘1Password’

The wonderful 1Password is rumored to be heading toward a major boost! It’s being reported that Cupertino-based Apple Inc. has plans to roll out the secure password manager to more than 100,000 employees globally, sparking speculation that Apple could also be in talks with AgileBits regarding a software acquisition.

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Two new iOS features that did not get stage time are the ability for SMS-based two-factor authentication codes to be automatically entered into apps and new API for AutoFill through third-party password management apps.

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Popular password management app 1Password is all set for the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and Touch ID after developer AgileBits released an update that brings support for the new Macs.

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AgileBits, the team behind popular password management app 1Password, today offered a sneak peek into its plans to add Touch ID and Touch Bar support to the app’s Mac variant.

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AgileBits, the well-known Canadian development company behind the extremely popular 1Password suite of apps, has today officially lifted the cover on its 1Password app extension for apps developed with Apple’s upcoming iOS 8 SDK. The official introduction of a powerful new set of developer tools at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference not only reignited the passion within the world of iOS, but also paved the way for developers like AgileBits to extend the functionality of existing software to provide additional power to users. The new extension will finally make it possible for third-party developers to integrate 1Password automatic login into their own iOS 8 apps.

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Passwords are great mechanisms in protecting our private, sensitive data against the prying eye. However, with most entities setting different prerequisites – some want a capital letter, symbol or at least 8 characters, while other aren’t so fussy – we end up with several passwords or codes inscribed on our minds. From a security point of view, having different passwords for different e-mail addresses, bank logins and sites is a great thing, since it means if somebody compromises one account, they won’t necessarily manage to infiltrate others. However, remembering them all can be a pain in the backside, but with 1Password for iOS, Android, Windows and OS X, you can keep all of them stored securely, for whenever you need them.

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