1Password fully supports major web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. All browser extensions share the data stored in the keychain which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!
1Password has received numerous awards, including 4.5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.
1Password also has a companion iPhone/iPod touch application available in iTunes App Store.
- Changed: Improving defence against brute force attacks by increasing PBKDF2 iterations from 1000 to 10000. Currently this applies only to newly created data files. For more information on PBKDF2, see this blog post.
- Changed: Removed deprecated “New Logins Bookmarklet” feature. Users of this feature are encouraged to use the iOS edition of 1Password or 1PasswordAnywhere.
- Changed: Removed Export to Encrypted Web Page feature. Users of this feature are encouraged to use 1PasswordAnywhere or the iOS edition of 1Password.
- Changed: Improved defence against data harvesters by not including the password strength indicator. This only applies to new and edited items; to update all your old items, the Help > Troubleshooting > Rebuild Data File menu can be used.
- Changed: Several updates and improvements to the Diagnostics Report.
- Changed: Updated to latest Growl framework.
- Changed: Several improvements to the Diagnostics Report.
- Changed: When downloading website previews 1Password now correctly downloads Apple touch icons from non-standard locations.
- Fixed: Fixed issue where empty items and deleted folders would appear in the 1PasswordAnywhere Trash.
- Fixed: Now clearing caches after rebuilding data file.
- Fixed: Fixed the problem where 1Password could freeze when deleting a Smart Folder.