Posted 26 November 2010 - 05:10 AM
This post has been edited by snagitseven: 26 November 2010 - 05:11 AM
Posted 26 November 2010 - 05:32 AM
And I also call the uncrackable master password a feature. Why would you want a backdoor in a security product?
Posted 26 November 2010 - 06:46 AM
"Another slight issue (I think Agile would call this a feature) is that there is absolutely no way to recover your master password if you forget it. I’d prefer some incredibly secure online storage system where you could recover it"
And what if you forget the password to the "incredibly secure online storage system." Sorry, but no, there shouldn't be a way to retrieve the master password - that's the point of having a master password - to keep everything secure.
As for no business version - that's a good feature request, but I'd hardly call is con for the product. That's like saying "it doesn't edit video" is a con.
Posted 26 November 2010 - 07:11 AM
I'll have it for a year in January. It used to be my New Year's tradition to plop down in front of the TV and change passwords on every site. I gave 1password a go on their trial and was hooked. I've got it, of course, on my Mac...but also I've purchased the iPhone app (the Pro version). Before multitasking, the Pro version let you create a bookmarklet that would switch to 1P, you copied the pw, and it would automatically switch back to Safari. Now, the Pro version is for iPad's resolution.
I am also using the beta of the Windows version, and pre-purchased a license for it. While not nearly as robust as the Mac application, it is still an essential piece of software for me. Three of my chief nit-picks in the current beta are: 1) no handy, small popup displays next to your mouse when 1P isn't sure which log in to use; instead, a full 1P menu window is displayed. 2) personal information and credit card filling in aren't supported yet; gotta copy from the application. 3) This is probably the biggest one: can't fill in logins that are pop up windows. Gotta C&P from the application.
My final comment is about 1P-Anywhere. UNFORTUNATELY, syncing with MobileMe just absolutely does not work. This is not Agile's fault, but I do have iDisk, so I don't really want to have another cloud service (i.e. Dropbox). They warn against using iDisk, but I tried anyway. Forget it. I was beach balled for MINUTES when I'd try to have it fill in my info. So for now, I annoyingly just upload the library file to iDisk and pull it to my work PC. (The iPhone syncs automatically.) Waiting on Apple to make iDisk a better experience, but I may bite the bullet and get Dropbox just to have a place to store 1P.
This post has been edited by bpeacock22: 26 November 2010 - 07:32 AM
Posted 26 November 2010 - 07:14 AM
I guess I can't buy it now¡
Oh, wait. I already own it and use it to manage 675 logins/passwords. Seems to do the job for me.
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Posted 26 November 2010 - 07:23 AM
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Posted 26 November 2010 - 07:37 AM
My advise? Keep your master password in another safe place, like... 1Password for iPhone!
Posted 26 November 2010 - 08:18 AM
Used for website fill-ins, this also allows you to use the maximum length/complexity in a password, and since you never have to type it that is great for security.