It addresses security and safety concerns
- Hands down 1Password is the single most indispensable applications/services use. As an IT consultant, I have 3,700 passwords/software …
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Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
1Password Advanced Protection is now available with 1Password Business. Set Master Password policies, enforce two-factor authentication team-wide, restrict access with firewall rules, review sign-in attempts and require your team to use the latest version of 1Password.
According to the vendor, once 1Password is part of workflows, good security habits will become second nature. It also comes with mobile app versions that are available for Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android. 1Password syncs seamlessly across devices, so employees always have access to their passwords. 1Password is optimized for organization-wide adoption, to increase overall security.
- Password Management
- Password Integration
- vunrability assestment of websites
- user management
- department segmentation
- Convenient secure access to my passwords anywhere.
- Auto-generates secure long random passwords I would never be able to remember with so many I have to keep track of.
- It's a small thing, but the numbers and punctuation are shown in different colors so you never need to wonder if it's a zero or a capital O.
- Keywords let me organize my passwords however I want, by client, by function, whatever, the choice is up to me.
- A handy place to keep contacts and all kinds of other data besides just passwords. Can add any fields I want, even attach files in the secure vault.
- The switchover from the stand-alone app to the subscription-based version was a bit difficult for me. Now I have duplicate entries that are taking me forever to delete as I check each one to make sure I have the most current info on the one I keep. If there's a convenient way to not only find duplicates but make sure to delete only the ones that are exact duplicates or show comparisons indicating the most recent one, I haven't found it yet.
- I found it easier to organize when I could just make folders instead of the new keywords way, but it's not major, just a very minor annoyance.
There are sharing features that I haven't explored enough to be comfortable with setting up for staff. They may be just great, but it is a place where I personally don't make use of the program.
- Supports almost any OS/browser
- Alerts for reused passwords
- Syncs with all your devices
- Everything is done well, I don't think that I would like that they improved anything
It addresses security and safety concerns
- Keeps all passwords under the umbrella of one
- Provides secure back up measure incase main password is forgotten
- Usually requires for me to use main password every time I need to log into something even during the same day
- 1Password does a phenomenal job of keeping track of all your passwords!
- 1Password allows you to auto generate passwords with varying complexity. Since you don't have to remember these passwords, you can use 1Password's password generator to create extremely complex passwords.
- 1Password's overall interface can be a bit overwhelming at first - with a plethora of options and categories to choose from.
- Getting used to allowing 1Password to manage all your passwords - to the point you don't have to remember them, or even know what they are - takes a fair amount of getting used to.
- Guest Account
- Access Management
- Customer Service Response Time
- No Free Plan
- Secure password generation
- Secure document storage
- Identity management
- Autofill isn't as effective as it could be
- Lack of ability to change all passwords
- No free tier
- It integrates into the browser, which is convenient
- It is easy to use, which is important for usage vs alternatives
- It is secure, which is the primary purpose of the passwords
- 1Password could be extended to support more operating systems
- The price of 1Password could be reduced to make it more economical for personal use
- The addition of different profiles would help extend the usability of 1Password
- Password storage
- Credit card storage
- We struggle to find areas
- MFA autofill on all websites, (rarely a site does not work)
- Reseller options
It is quite hard to come up with reasons where it is not appropriate. maybe if you only have 1 basic password there would not be a need?
[1Password] is well suited for sharing mFA codes across 1 or many users.
- Remembers passwords for all your logins
- Encrypted with strong passwords
- Allows clients to trust me with sensitive information
- Ability to bring in my old passwords - I had to replace all of them
- No need to remember passwords
- Easy interface/ app
- Great intgreation with web browser via plugin
- Contstant lock out/timeout.
- Wish it would not prompt to save passwords for sites I did not request.
- Wish it was better integrated with the mobile browser.
- Hands down 1Password is the single most indispensable applications/services use. As an IT consultant, I have 3,700 passwords/software licenses/credit cards stored in my 1Password database - and without a similarly secure way to manage that data, I'd be utterly unable to do my work efficiently. I've turned countless clients onto 1Password, and it's become an equally vital part of their daily workflow as well.
- I use 1Password to securely store the assorted data I designed to store and sync it across all my devices (Macs, iPads, iPhones) as well as share 1Password databases with select clients. 1Password will generate unique secure passwords, populate password entry fields on websites, and securely manage it all.
- Secure. 1Password is a secure encrypted repository for my passwords and other vital information (credit card and banking data, software licenses, etc.).
- Simple. Once it's setup 1Password just works as you want it to and think it should.
- Multi-field password entry. It still seems clunky if I have a three-field login where some piece of data beyond a user name and password are needed.
- Migration from earlier versions of 1Password has been a mixed bag of work necessary to make them work on the newer platform.
- It's 2020, we all have passwords to manage - so everybody is a potential user. The ability to generate unique and strong passwords, and then enter them with a simple keystroke is incredibly useful and far more intuitive than Apple's Mac Keychain app. That it handles other types of data as well, from secure notes to attached files, it can handle whatever you throw at it in an easily searchable database. If you're a member of a team of family, it's effortless to deploy shared vaults that contain only whatever passwords or data are relevant to that specific person.
- Can't think of any scenario where it wouldn't be useful unless you're not online, don't engage in consumer activities, and it was somehow fifty years ago.
I actually started out with 1Password for personal use. But I've found it's tremendously easy to separate or integrate personal and work data and information as I choose, and have begun incorporating the use of 1Password for all of my work--at home and at the office. As a member of the leadership team at my company, and the one largely responsible for operations, I use a variety of platforms--many of which are very sensitive (e.g., banking platforms, human resources systems, CRMs, etc.). Based on my early satisfaction with the functionality and security of 1Password, I am considering this for broader team use.
- Simple and secure setup
- Ease in creating different vaults for different uses and sharing/permissions across vaults for family or team members
- Integration across devices (laptop, tablet, phone, etc.) is seamless.
- iPhone Face ID integration
- The Chrome Browser add-on works very well.
- The password generator is great and very customizable to meet the differing requirements of companies/sites.
- It allows for a variety of different "types" of password entries, but if you want it to work as part of the integrated login functionality for a site, it must be created as a "login," which can be counterintuitive and impact the way your information is categorized.
- I haven't been able to figure out how to change the type of entry once it's created. You can move entries between vaults, but can't change the type, which results in needing to recreate and delete.
- Certain sites' login screens don't auto-populate, you have to go into 1Password to copy and paste.
- It's possible the functionality isn't as good using a Microsoft device (I have both a Microsoft Surface as well as a Macbook Pro).
But I did reference the FAQs and information materials to help with the initial setup. All in all, I found all of the information and clarity I needed to get set up and begin fully using the platform.
- Random password generation.
- Browser auto-fill forms.
- Allow text fields to have more than one line (You can use notes for that but you can have a single note per item as of now).
- More formats by default (SSH keys, Blockchain keypairs, etc).
1Password is perfect if you care about security online and want a great tool to help you with that.
It will help you generate random passwords, fill browser forms automatically, save secure notes, etc.
- Autofill of usernames and passwords including one-time passwords.
- Password warnings for compromised websites, re-used passwords.
- Safari extension can be somewhat buggy.
- It can be confusing when updating a password and hard to know if the password you created will be saved to the correct record.
- The encryption levels provided by 1Password are great. It’s a multi-tier encryption.
- The graphical user interface of the application is very user friendly. The design is made for better and effective user navigation.
- There is no option to reset your password manually for the user, someone authorized for the account has to approve the request for a new password.
- The extension for most browsers stops working after the browser is updated. This results in uninstalling and installing again which is time-consuming.
- Vault management
- Elegant UI
- Maybe a free version so that more people can try it.
It allows me to quickly generate and use secure unique passwords for all my logins.
- Password Autofill , easy to use and quick.
- Password Generation, flexible password generation, allows you to omit ambiguous characters (io, l, etc.)
- Password Generation could allow "easy to remember passwords," but with special characters, capitals, numbers added ( which some sites require), This currently has to happen manually.
- New password generation and updating for existing logins, the current process can be a little cumbersome.
- I currently recommend 1Password to all my clients. It works great for a single user, family, or business team.
- It allows the user to easily store and access their passwords, credit card details across all popular browsers and devices.
- If you do a lot of traveling, it has a great feature that allows you to hide your passwords from prying eyes (like homeland security !)
- The password generator is a wonderful tool.
- The different types of info you can store. i.e. Credit card info, addresses, logins, etc...
- I'm not sure if it exists already, but a prompt asking if 1Password would like a new login saved would be great. I did not have it installed on my browser, so maybe this was how it functioned if it did this.
- It would be great if it could randomly update passwords for you on specific dates, so that you're always staying secure.
I used 1Password for credit card number management, since my role required me to purchase various things from various team budgets and it was a big time saver to have the details already saved in my vault, so I didn't have to always reach into my purse. It also allowed me to store the physical cards in secure locations so that I didn't need to be carrying cards with corporate sized maximums on me.
- Encourages better security by not re-using passwords.
- Allows easy entry of complex passwords.
- Cost can be a little high for personal use.
- Mac integration is still better than Windows.
- Encrypted secure password generator.
- If you do not remember your core password, it can be very difficult to recover your account.
- Interface can always use improvement
- Siloing passwords
- User experience
Also, some passwords/user sessions need to be generic (for instance for a per role account) and 1Password helps a lot in that field because it lets us share usernames/passwords and even credit card information with teams.
- Managing passwords: Create truly secure passwords or pass-phrases.
- Sharing credit card information with appointed team members.
- 1Password is so secure, that it lacks a self-managed "forget your password" functionality which means that as a manager, I have to approve password resets which may slow down some users.
- On Chrome, the extension sometimes stops working when the browser is updated.
- When having to memorize passwords, 1Password gets rid of this by just leveraging a single Password (thus the name) and then letting it decide the password/passphrase to use. It integrates well into sign up flows so that there's no excuse not to use it always to generate new passwords.
- When I want to share credit card information so that other people from my teams can use it to make online purchases.
- When having a single seat/account that needs to be shared across people due to heavy rotation.
- When the sign-up process has very complex password rules.
- Secure system and software.
- Available on mobile.
- Keeps all passwords in one place.
- A pain to reset if you forgot your login.
- Difficulty finding the Master Password if needed.
- 1Password does well with the encryption level.
- The app and design of the user interface are friendly and easy to use.
- Inexpensive family and business plans.
- Multiple vaults and permissions available.
- The price point for businesses could be adjusted.
- Sync options may be limited. It allows for iCloud, dropbox and other folders, but does not have the ability to access Google drive.
- It is a licensing service rather than a standalone.
For businesses, the ability to create 2-factor authentication protection, have an admin control to view and manage permissions, and have unlimited shared faults, will be useful for those organizations or businesses with multi-users.