- autor: Používateľ Firefoxu - 17079849, pred 3 hodinamiHodnotenie: 2 z 5This is the only password manager that I use and trust, but the constant problems it has really annoys me. The main problem I face now is that the 1Password plugin on Firefox has stopped asking/accepting/prompting the TouchID, making me write my really long and complex main password every 15 minutes. I wish it would keep the features it had instead of silently removing them and making the app harder to use instead of easier.
- autor: Pestilence76, pred dňomHodnotenie: 5 z 5Truly the greatest cross-platform password manager available. I have use this software on 6 devices on iOS, macOS, and Windows with each having multiple web browsers and I have yet to experience any of the problems that generate the 1 star reviews and have to think that a majority of the problems are user errors.
- autor: Používateľ Firefoxu - 13597181, pred 3 dňamiHodnotenie: 4 z 5using it for years now and was satiesfied all the time. Only downsight now is that since the one update the extension now opens the 1password app instead of unlocking the browser addon. This takes a few seconds and sometimes stucks. Not a game breaker but still somewhat annoying. Still 4 stars for great Tool which is worth it's money!
- autor: Thomas, pred 5 dňamiHodnotenie: 1 z 5Worst issue is that it loses all data unexpectedly and need to find and enter the secret key from the printout stored in a safe place to regain access to the database. The expectation is that it should never lose data and only lock the vault or remove the stored secret key if instructed.
- autor: Richard Careaga, pred 13 dňamiHodnotenie: 5 z 5I've been using 1P for years, first on macOS and now on Ubutnu. It's useful, helpful, solid, syncs well across Linux, macOS and iOS devices and apps and provides the right balance between nanny state and user autonomy.
The killer feature, however, is that this team is fanatical about updating, not to mention that the user update experience is seamless.
1P was the first app that I decided it was OK to subscribe to, rather than have a permanent license. It's a gottahaveit.
Odpoveď od vývojárauverejnené pred 8 dňamiHey Richard,
Thank you for taking the time to write this review, much appreciated!
We’re extremely happy to hear you’re enjoying 1Password and loving every feature.
We’ll keep updating it and delighting your experience!
Have a good one,
The 1Password team.
- autor: jvb, pred 18 dňamiHodnotenie: 4 z 5The 1Password extension's icon used to appear in my Bookmarks bar; now it's only in my menu bar. Why?
Odpoveď od vývojárauverejnené pred 15 dňamiHey jvb,
You can put the icon back in its place by following the steps here: https://support.1password.com/missing-browser-button/#firefox
Feel free to email us if you require further assistance with this at firstname.lastname@example.org
- autor: Používateľ Firefoxu - 17051350, pred 19 dňamiHodnotenie: 3 z 5I wrote a frustrated review to start but deleted that with my new understandings that might help first-timers like me.
First, this doesn't automatically make your passwords better or accounts safer. All this does is remember your bad old passwords. You have to manually go in and change all the passwords. As in, go to every site one at a time, go to your account, go to "change password" and then have 1P come up with a new password that you manually copy and paste. It'll remember the password, but you're doing most of the groundwork which seems like it will take a long time. Second, you can help it get started by downloading your saved passwords from your browser then uploading them into the 1P site. Still, it's just remembering your old, crappy password and not doing anything on it's own to make your accounts more secure until you go through the sites, one by one, updating them with the random password 1P generates. And if you're like me, that's a lot of sites. Third, I still haven't figured out how to get into, say, my email account if I'm not home or using a public computer. If I get 1P to change my password to some random letters and numbers to make it safe--great! But then when I need to check my email on a friend's computer, how do I do that? I'm seeing some things about 1P Anywhere but haven't gotten anything definitive yet. So keep that in mind if that's important for you.
Odpoveď od vývojárauverejnené pred 15 dňamiHey there,
Thank you for taking the time to write this review!
Yes, 1Password is a tool designed to store and manage all of your passwords. And no, it will not automatically or automagically change all of your passwords for all of your accounts because that’s not (currently) possible, since every website is built and designed differently, but not only that, it would also be an extremely intrusive and privacy-breaking action that we most certainly will not be comfortable offering! Our users’ privacy is extremely important to us :)
The transition to a password manager is not always an easy one. When you start with 1Password it will let you know how many websites and passwords from your list are weak or compromised, and you will need to go into each website and create a strong new password to improve your security. But once you’re done with that initial transition phase, you will be good to go and know that you are oh so much safer online! Not only that, you will never find yourself in the same situation again because 1Password will be there to generate strong passwords automatically for you from now on.
As for your question - if you have specific accounts or services that you would like to be able to log into without 1Password’s help, it is best to generate a strong memorable worded password for that website/service. That way you will be able to memorize it and log into it on any device. Simply open 1Password’s generator and change it from “Random passwords” to “Worded passwords”, or generate them here instead: https://1password.com/password-generator/?type=memorable
If you have further questions or require assistance with anything, do email us to email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help!