1Password fournit un seul coffre-fort accessible en ligne pour stocker toutes les informations de connexion, personnelles et confidentielles. Le coffre-fort peut être utilisé pour stocker les mots de passe et les informations de connexion, les informations de carte de crédit et les adresses d'expédition, les documents confidentiels et les contrats, ainsi que des notes privées. 1Password fonctionne sur Mac, Windows, iPhone ou iPad et Android pour synchroniser les données des différents appareils.
1Password propose un générateur de mot de passe et un outil de reconnaissance de mot de passe qui créent automatiquement des mots de passe pour les nouveaux comptes en fonction des critères spécifiés. L'application fonctionne comme une extension du navigateur sur tous les navigateurs. 1Password utilise tous les identifiants de connexion pour connecter automatiquement l'utilisateur à tous ses comptes et pour remplir des formulaires familiers. L'application enregistre également automatiquement les nouvelles informations de connexion des nouveaux comptes qui sont créés.
I used a paid subscription for a few months.
Using it with the Firefox plugin, it was very easy to use. It automatically filled in passwords on frequently visited sites, or offered to create a password and save it on new sites. The full 1Password web site was fairly easy to navigate. You can create as many vaults as needed to organize your passwords. As a tech consultant, I had 26 vaults and 1300 passwords. It handled the volume just fine.
My primary intent was to be able to share my own active password database with my customers, giving each access to their vault. For this it worked very well. If not for the problems with the phone app, I would still be using it.
For anything but web sites, 1Password became harder to use. I needed to be able to enter and look up alarm and door lock codes, account numbers and PINs, and other secure customer information, and do it on my laptop and phone. The phone app was the deal-breaker for me. I had to be careful when switching between the 1Password app and the app to which I was trying to authenticate. 1Password would often close and I would need to re-enter my master password. My alternative, KeepassDroid, stays open for a length of time you can choose, before locking again.
I have loved using 1Password! It has been one of the most functional resources I have used in my line of work.
1Password has been a lifesaver for me. My memory sucks, and 1 Password saves so much important information for me and has been incredibly secure through the process of protecting my passwords. I love the iOS sharing between devices, and it is amazing to have all your passwords in one place!
I hate to pay for it, but it's worth it. It isn't much for the subscription, but this is literally the only con.
Overall, 1Password has proven to be a very effective and reliable tool for my business needs. Its universal application amongst our team has substantially upgraded our internal security protocols, and its user friendly admin panel through the web browser makes password management relatively simple. I would highly recommend this product for anyone searching for a password management tool.
This particular password application is available for PC, Mac, and mobile, and I have been using it for all three types of devices. It has structured templates that make it easy to add, delete, or edit existing logins or banking information. Some of it's more beneficial advanced features include the Watchtower, which identifies weak, duplicate, and expiring password, the Password Generator, which allows you to easily create new passwords, and an advances search which can help you identify where specific passwords or usernames are located.
While the application is conveniently available via web browser, desktop, and mobile application, each format operates distinctly different. The mobile version, for example, has substantially limited features when compare to the browser and desktop app versions. In addition, organizations or teams can only be managed through the web browser version, which means you need an actually computer to add/delete users or edit permissions.
Experience has been great. I started with standalone licence but now I use 1password subscription on a personal level and team work account. I don't know how we survived before without having 1password in the past. It takes the guesswork of all the accounts we have to manage. We have over 1000 passwords for all the web accounts, network switches, projectors, computers, laptop carts, and credit cards. A team of four of us all use 1password to access / mangange and keep accounts credentials up to date. It is wonderful.
On a personal level I know if God forbid anything happened to me today. My wife would not have to spend days trying to log into or reset my critical accounts (life insurance, credit cards, SSN, smart phonw log in, home WIFI...) We have everything in there. All she has to do is open 1Password, select a category or start typing keywords and see will have the account info and notes see needs in seconds. This gives me great comfort knowing she can access all this needed information quickly.
Everything. Clean look. Simple to use. Open and Fill is a big time saver.
I love however you can integrate it into the autofill on IOS passwords.
I see apps developing with the 1Password icon for quick log in
There is not much I have found that I dislike.
I wish I could make some custom categories.
I wish the standalone licence would have a changed password history.
Great password management for anyone.
1Password is a great way to manage and generate strong passwords. It is available as a stand alone application for Windows, Mac and Linux, as a browser plugin for most of the popular browsers out there (like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Brave, etc) and it has native mobile apps for iOS and Android users.
Besides generating and storing passwords, it can also store secure notes, credit/debit cards, ftp logins and many others. It’s really well thought out and works seamless across all devices.
On iOS, it recently got an OS integration where you can autofill within most of your mobile apps which makes the process of sign in very easy and effortless. There is a similar process for Android users also.
If you are more conscious of where all this data is stored and trust Dropbox with this precious information, you can keep your vault (the place were all this information is stored), inside your dropbox account giving you more control with were your important data is stored.
There is no major issue to mention here. I do have to say that pricing is a bit on the up side of things. They moved to a subscription model which it’s a bit expensive from my point of view.
The good thing about their pricing structure is that you can buy a stand alone license for the current major version. This gives you lifetime access to this version and all the incremental updates that come along with it. They are pushing really hard for subscriptions and it’s harder to actually find how to purchase the stand alone license.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur 1Password.
Types de licences disponibles pour 1Password :
À partir de: 3,00 $US
Type de licence: Licence unique, Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Non disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel 1Password :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Non Profit, Administration publique, PME
Langues dans lesquelles 1Password est disponible :
Types de licences disponibles pour 1Password:
Licence unique, Abonnement
Appareils pris en charge par 1Password :
Android, iPhone, iPad
Applications s'intégrant à 1Password :
Breezy HR, Dropbox, Kashoo, LiveChat, Microsoft Azure, OnSched, SignNow, Todoist, Wunderlist, Yapp
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour 1Password :
FAQ, Forum, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Support téléphonique, Tutoriels vidéo