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1Password can create strong, unique passwords for you, remember them, and restore them, all directly in your web browser.

Social recommendations and mentions

We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on Reddit and HackerNews. They can help you see what people think about 1Password and what they use it for.
  • Privacy and Security: How can I make my account more secure?
    We also recommend using a password manager like LastPass, 1Password, or Dashlane to easily generate and securely store unique passwords for all of your online accounts. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
  • Repeated Phishing Attempts on Creditors!
    I recently received an email from 1password.com (which I don't use) that says this:. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
  • Visible Hack Win
    Use a password manager, something like: https://1password.com/. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
  • What are your favourite mac apps ?
    1Password - password manager for Mac and iOS. Has easy to use family sharing and all the features you’d want. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
  • What are your favourite mac apps ?
    1Password - Everyone should be using a password manager. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
  • What are your favourite mac apps ?
    1Password (for now, might change with upcoming v. 8.x). - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
  • FPL password issues help: Time hackers need to break your password.
    The BEST thing you can do for yourself and your friends is to get setup with a password manager. Check out bitwarden.com if you don't want to pay. Premium competitors would be 1password.com and lastpass.com. It's a bit of upfront work, but I promise you'll be happier. Not only is it safer because you're using a different password per website, but it's a better experience for you as a user - no more forgetting... - Source: Reddit / 22 days ago
  • Multi-Factor Authentication for Rails with WebAuthn and Devise
    The most common MFA methods utilize OTPs via SMS (which are not as secure as they seem to be) or an authenticator application, such as the Google Authenticator app, or a modern password manager (such as Bitwarden or 1Password). - Source: dev.to / 23 days ago
  • For the love of god, please stop forgetting your passwords
    Remember how they told you not to write it down? Well that's sh!t advice. Write it down! And store it in a safe or somewhere secure. Or better yet, use a password manager like 1password or LastPass. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Where to store credentials for bash scripts?
    The company has formerly used CyberArk (enterprise stuff) and by now migrated to 1Password, which is also available for private users and (comparatively) cheap (about 35 US$/year). [An alternative would be Bitwarden, and of course the ubiquitous KeePass port on your platform, both of which I haven't used extensively enough to wager an opinion.]. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of 1Password

The Best 2FA Apps 2021: Locking Down Your Online Accounts
Although it’s becoming less common, security questions still show up as a strange form of 2FA. We always recommend lying on these questions, then jotting down your response in a password manager like 1Password (read our 1Password review). Between social media and other online services, it’s usually not hard for an attacker to figure out the answers to your security questions.
Top 5 Bitwarden Password Manager Alternatives
1Password started as an Apple-only application, but since then has made its way to broader audience. The app now supports Windows, iOS, and Android. You can get extensions for most browsers. The service handles all of the basic functions you need from a password manager. Compared to some of the rival applications, 1Password gives you great features, at a fairly competitive price. It is cheaper than some options...
7 Best LastPass Alternatives
Why 1Password is a good alternative to LastPass: 1Password offers a simpler interface than most other password manager apps.
1Password alternatives: the best password managers
1Password is a highly popular password manager, and has enjoyed this success because managing many passwords can be a hassle. Software like 1Password stores your passwords, licenses, and other private data using a master password – but it doesn’t come for free, costing around $3-5 per month, depending on which plan is required. 1Password works with its own app and browser extensions that back up your passwords,...
Best Password Managers 2018
However, 1Password's browser extensions for Brave, Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari, dubbed 1Password X, are great. They improve upon the desktop experience and work directly with web browsers instead of operating systems. They also extend 1Password to Chromebook and Linux users, although a beta version of a 1Password Linux application recently became available.
The best password managers for 2018
Another helpful feature is the ability for 1Password to act as an authenticator app, so you don't need to have both a password manager and an app like Google Authenticator or Authy. 1Password doesn't use traditional multifactor authentication (with the exception of fingerprints on iOS and Android). Rather than using an authentication app to add an additional factor of security, 1Password adds a secret key to the...
The 6 best password managers
You have several options for getting started using 1Password. Each of the 1Password clients for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android are free. An account is required only if you are going to use the 1Password service for synchronization. A basic individual 1Password account costs $2.99 per month with an annual commitment, while 1Password Families has a cost of $4.99 per month (billed annually) for up to five users. A...
The Best Password Managers of 2018
Bottom Line: AgileBits 1Password syncs passwords and personal data across all your devices. It's not quite as automated as many competitors, but it's still a slick, easy-to-use utility.
The Best Password Managers
The personal option is $3 per month and includes unlimited encrypted password storage, 1GB of file storage, 2FA protection, and a “travel mode” for adding extra security to your account while abroad, plus multi-device access across Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Linux, and Chrome OS. 1Password is our favorite looking password manager, by far, and its credential-sharing features (for other family members or coworkers...

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