1Password X for Firefox was designed with a deep respect for your privacy. The data you save is encrypted and inaccessible to us. Anything else is only ever used to provide you with service and support.
We believe strongly that your data is yours and we don’t want to know anything about it. This is one of the fundamental beliefs 1Password was built upon.
Our business relies on trust and reputation. Earning the trust of millions of customers and security professionals over the course of the past decade took more than promises. It took an open security design that enforces privacy though encryption and proven mathematical principles.
Those principles ensure that you and your team are the only ones with the keys to your data. There are no back doors. We know so little about your data that we are proud to say we can’t reset your Master Password, even if you asked us to. This is what we call “Private By Design,” and it’s the basis of everything we do.
Thank you for trusting us with your most important information. We won’t let you down.
1Password X for Firefox and your privacy
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