With countless web sites and programs now requiring that users log in with a password, it is little wonder that many people resort to using the same password for a number of services simply to avoid forgetting them.
The program is, at its heart, a password database which can be used to store all of your login details in one secure, password protected location. This in itself is useful, but 1Password can also be used to automatically fill in login information so you do not have to do so manually.
1Password includes extensions for a number of programs including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and many more, and these can be used to quickly access the password features of the program without having to explicitly launch it.
When used in conjunction with your web browser for online shopping, 1Password can automatically fill in credit card details in online forms. With built in phishing protection, coupled with the secure database, you can be certain that your details will never fall into the wrong hands.
What's new in v6.8.2 (see changelog for more)?
- The communication between 1Password and the web browsers Chrome and Firefox has been made much more reliable.
- Fixed a graphical glitch that occurred in detached 1Password mini detail windows affecting some Macs running macOS 10.13.
- Updated 1Password's browser verification to work with newer versions of Waterfox.
- Fixed a crash during first-run setup for Mac App Store users.
1Password takes the hard work out of securing your online accounts with numerous passwords and includes useful shopping related features as well