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1Password 4.2.2
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1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your
What's New
Version 4.2.2:
  • Edit directly within 1Password mini
  • Precise matching of Logins to subdomains
  • Suspend and resume editing
  • Greatly improved AutoSave window
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.8.4 or later





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Polar Bear reviewed on 16 Apr 2014
1 Password 4 is the easiest and most secure way to safely generate, store, and retrieve myriads of passwords, logins, and secure documents of all types. One of the most handy features is the fact that you can very easily sync all of your encrypted data between desktops (Mac, Windows) and mobile devices (iPhones, iPads, etc.), with just a click or two. 1 Password makes it easy for you to generate passwords as complex as you like with the ease of moving a slider setting, and all you need to remember is your master password (1 password) for everything. One click automatically takes you to a web site's login page, enters your login name, enters your password, and "hits" the send key. It doesn't get any easier than that. 1 Password 4 is my most treasured utility app. Kudos to the Agilebits team for creating and perfecting one of the most useful utilities of all time.
[Version 4.2.2]


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Cowicide commented on 11 Apr 2014
The blog here: http://blog.agilebits.com/

Says:

" ... Update: A note about 1PasswordAnywhere

The one place where 1Password depends on the security of SSL/TLS is for 1PasswordAnywhere. If an attacker can control that connection, they could substitute in a malicious copy of the 1password.html file. However, at latest check, Dropbox does not appear to be affected by the Heartbleed bug, so this particular issue with SSL/TLS security is not a worry for those using 1PasswordAnywhere. However, Dropbox is reported to have been vulnerable earlier, so until Dropbox has a new certificate in place, we advise people to avoid using 1PasswordAnywhere. "

I find that confusing. Should we or should we not use 1PasswordAnywhere? Also, if we used 1PasswordAnywhere in the past before a Dropbox fix while it (is or was?) vulnerable, isn't that troublesome?
[Version 4.2.2]

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Dteare replied on 12 Apr 2014
This is a great question! Thank you for bringing it up and reminding me that we need to update the blog post.

Since that was published, Dropbox has upgraded their servers and updated their SSL certificate, thereby preventing new Heartbleed attacks and ensuring no one can impersonate the Dropbox site. In short, it means you can once again trust the HTTPS status shown to you by your browser.

I'm sorry the blog post was confusing on this matter. We'll update the post to address this.

Cheers!

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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Cowicide replied on 13 Apr 2014
Thank you, sounds great.
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Cowicide replied on 13 Apr 2014
Whoops. Just realized the last (and very important) question wasn't answered.

If we used 1PasswordAnywhere in the past before the Dropbox fix, doesn't that mean that 1PasswordAnywhere could have been exploited during that time period?

And, if so, what are the possible ramifications of that situation? Couldn't that mean an attacker could have the master password and therefore, everything else accessed with 1PasswordAnywhere through an exploit of the index.html file?

If that's the case, shouldn't all 1Password users who have utilized 1PasswordAnywhere before the Dropbox fix change all of their passwords on top of changing the master password?
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Cowicide commented on 11 Apr 2014
Many are no longer using Dropbox for serious, ethical reasons due to Condoleezza Rice joining their board.

Info here:
http://boingboing.net/2014/04/10/dropping-dropbox-whats-a-r.html

I am dropping Dropbox as well, but I'm concerned about its 1Password integration.

Does 1Password have the ability to sync your passwords between Mac computers and Tablets, etc. (iOS and Android) without using Dropbox and not losing any functionality?

Or, is 1Password currently only offering this with Dropbox and no alternatives?

Thank you.
[Version 4.2.2]

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Dteare replied on 12 Apr 2014
Thanks for taking the time to ask this question.

At this moment Dropbox is the only sync solution available in 1Password that will automatically sync your data across all platforms, including Android, Windows, and Windows Phone.

We started adding more sync solutions and most recently added iCloud syncing. This works great for many people, although it only syncs within Apple's ecosystem (OS X and iOS), so it will not be a viable solution for your Android device.

More automatic sync solutions will be added in future versions. I can't promise a date when they will be available, but I can say it is something we're interested in and have already started restructuring our code to support them.

Cheers!

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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Cowicide replied on 13 Apr 2014
Thank you, look forward to the Android options.
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Dark-Delphin reviewed on 08 Apr 2014
Fantastic app. Saved my day many times.

Made a big mistake by buying it on AppStore. Updates on AppStore (not only recent one 4.2), as far as I noticed, are coming out with significant delays compared to Web Store version (thanks Apple for this bullsh*t), and when it comes up to security of your data, trust me, you want to get updates as quick as possible.

Support is absolutely awesome, helped me every time I asked. Replies come in no time.
Recently they helped me to switch to Web Store version. Easy and flawless.

If you are reading these reviews considering buying 1Password, I highly recommend you to do it via developers site, Not via appstore.
There are several reasons for that:
1) You get all updates without any delays at all.
2) You get proper licence and everything that comes out of it.
3) All the money from purchase go to developers, and, as far as I know, buying the app is one of the best ways to support developers and the team.
Anyhow, it's only my personal recommendations and choice is up to you.

Thanks 1Password team for their work.

Good luck!
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 09 Apr 2014
Hi Dark-Delphin,

Thanks so much for adding your thoughts here! I'm so glad to hear that you've had positive experiences with our support team.

You raise some good points about the benefits of purchasing directly from our website - the frequency of updates is certainly a popular selling feature. :)

We very much appreciate your kind words, and your support!

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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patk1054 reviewed on 02 Apr 2014
I was getting annoying error messages. I sent an error report to Agilebits Support. A member of the Support Team got back to me in a timely fashion and provided me with instructions on how to clear up the problem. The error messages are now history ;-)
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 03 Apr 2014
Hi patk1054,

Thanks so much for providing your support experience here. I'm so glad to hear that our team was able to help you out in a timely manner!

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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Rmorris reviewed on 28 Mar 2014
1Password is a great product. If you don't have it, then you should buy it and use it.

Is there any word about when we might expect to see the latest version appear in the Mac App Store? The MAS version is still at 4.1.2 which is several versions behind now, and it's been weeks since the latest version was apparently submitted.

Does AgileBits recommend going through the hassle of converting to the web store version and ditching the MAS for good?
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 30 Mar 2014
Hi RMorris,

Thanks so much for the kind words here!

I'm sorry that you're still waiting for 4.2. Unfortunately, when 4.2 was released for our webstore customers, a few issues were detected. Our developers have been able to squash these bugs, but the decision was made to skip 4.2 in the Mac App Store so that users there would get the *fixes* to these issues instead of the issues themselves. We're doing our best to get this next version out to all users just as soon as possible, and we very much appreciate your patience here.

Of course if you would like to switch from the Mac App Store to the webstore version, that is certainly possible, although not specifically recommended. (Instructions to do so are here: http://learn.agilebits.com/1Password4/Mac/en/KB/mas-web.html)

If you have any further questions, feel free to respond here, or email us at support@ agilebits .com :)

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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WarrenP8346 reviewed on 24 Mar 2014
I have been using 1Password for over a year. I think it's so great that I now run this on 2 iOS devices, a Mac (running Mavericks) and a Windows7 machine.

The experience is definitely better on the Mac and iOS devices (than on Windoze), but it's awesome that it syncs between all devices.

I couldn't be without it now.

Highly recommended.
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 25 Mar 2014
Hi WarrenP8346,

It's always great to hear from loyal users! I'm so glad that 1Password is working well for you across multiple platforms. Now, in case you haven't heard, we do have some extra love coming soon for the Windows platform: 1Password 4 for Windows is currently in beta-testing, and it's looking pretty great. But don't take my word for it, you can read about it here: http://blog.agilebits.com/2013/11/13/1password-4-for-windows-is-coming-want-to-help-beta-test/. It should be a much improved experience over the current version. :)

Thanks so much for the kind words,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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jmccullen46 reviewed on 19 Mar 2014
I’ve been a customer of 1Password since their beginnings. My
interest in 1Password stemmed from my Windows PC days and my use of Roboform for password management (a program I
loved on my PC’s). When I switched to my first Mac, I got wind of
1Password and gave it a try. It was the early stages of development for 1Password and I was having trouble with certain web sites. Dave (the developer of 1Password) was TREMENDOUS in his support and communications. He actually asked for my phone number so he could call ME to get more detail of my experience with his app. In very short order he figured out the problem. He encouraged me to contact him with any further problems I may encounter. I did have several more issues and all were remedied very quickly through Dave's great communications and determination to make 1Password the best password manager app for Mac computers.

It’s been 8 years or more that I’ve been using 1Password and it’s definitely the BEST app on my computer…. bar none. And the support from this company is as great today as it was when
I first discovered 1Password. I love dealing with companies that still
honor professionalism, commitment, and product support… because there’s less and less of them every year.
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 19 Mar 2014
Hi jmccullen46,

Thanks so much for sharing your experience with 1Password here! I'm happy to share your thoughts with the rest of the team. We all strive to provide our customers with the best support possible, and it's always wonderful to hear from users who have had a great experience.

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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Cowicide commented on 18 Mar 2014
1Password STILL doesn't allow you to add/edit passwords from an Android mobile device. It's Andriod app is read-only via Dropbox and has been that way for far too long despite the customer base begging for the desperately needed read and WRITE functionality.

Regretfully, I've been slowly migrating and moving along to a competing product that isn't adverse to being compatible and practical. If you use a computer without a phone or tablet in this day and age, this app is great. If you function like most people do in 2014, then this app is half-baked and will leave you frustrated.

If 1Password isn't careful, people are going to leave, get comfortable with more practical solutions that work properly with their mobile devices (not just computers) and will never come back.

1Password was good for me in the past, but the developers have shown horrible judgment by putting their effort into the 4.x version when they should have been working to make the 3.x version compatible with mobile devices.

By now, I would expect an Android Firefox extension for saving and loading passwords. Then one for Dolphin, etc.

Instead I have an afterthought app for Android that makes me jump through time-wasting hoops.

Not for a 50 dollar app. No. You blew it, AgileBits.
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MegsOBrien replied on 19 Mar 2014
Hi Cowicide,

I'm so sorry to hear that you've had a bad experience with 1Password. Believe me, we know that the current 1Password Reader for Android is in need of a serious overhaul.

But I do have good news for you here! Our developers have been working hard on a shiny new version of 1Password for Android which will (finally) bring the features that you rely on in 1Password 4 to Android mobile devices. We'd love to have your opinion on how we're doing and where we could make further improvements! If you're interested in checking it out, the details are on our blog here: http://blog.agilebits.com/2013/11/15/1password-4-for-android-the-beta-like-winter-is-coming/, and of course, if you have any further questions or feedback for us, you're welcome to drop us a line at support+social@ agilebits .com, or simply reply here. :)

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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Mastedar reviewed on 17 Mar 2014
It's really the best password management software I had a pleasure to work with. I'll try on mac and windows a lot of different software but 1Password is simply the best.
Regarding iCloud keychain, it is just a basic password vault, but if You expect something more like to store Your software licenses, identity, tagging, smart folder, advanced password generator which is also so much comfty and easy to use, or multi vault, then You just can't even compare it to 1Password. You'll not regret this.
[Version 4.2.2]

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MegsOBrien replied on 18 Mar 2014
Hi Mastedar,

Thanks so much for taking the time to write about 1Password here. Our developers put a lot of time and energy into ensuring that 1Password is user-friendly and easy to use, so I'm very glad to hear that it is working well for you!

We very much appreciate your support :)

Cheers,

Megan O'Brien
AgileBits Support
learn.agilebits.com
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Maclover1.1 had trouble on 29 Oct 2013
Search Bar/Field does not redraw correctly in Full Screen mode (Mavericks here)
[Version 4.0.5]

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Dteare replied on 31 Oct 2013
Thanks for the report @Maclover1.1.

I must say that I am a little perplexed, however, as we had a few issues with Full Screen mode so we disabled it temporarily. How did you enable Full Screen?

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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BlackMacX had trouble on 28 Oct 2013
This is just a quick comment that others might have experienced as well; I had v4.0.2 installed and when I saw this new version was available (v4.0.5) I tried to update via the internal 1Password update feature. Well, it came back saying that v4.0.2 was the newest version and there wasn't anything newer, though i could see on MU that v4.0.5 was here.

So just a note to users, you may want to (as I did) download the updated version manually and install overtop of your prior version instead of trusting the update feature to do so.
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Dteare replied on 31 Oct 2013
Thanks for the comment @BlackMacX.

You're right, there was a short window where the automatic updater was not prompting everyone for version 4.0.5. It should be fixed now but there's certainly no harm in manually upgrading if the prompt doesn't appear.

Cheers!

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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Fyreflye had trouble on 05 Oct 2013
Some positive news for Chromium/1Password 4 users. The 1P4 beta works on the excellent Maxthon browser which is based on the Chromium engine. Here's how to convert Chromium to Maxthon without losing your settings and extensions:

1. Download the Maxthon app from MU but don't open it
yet.
2. Go to Application Support, find the Chromium folder.
3. Change the name of that folder to "Maxthon."
4. Now open Maxthon from your Applications folder.
Maxthon will open with all your Chromium data intact.
5. Find the Chrome Web Store online using Maxthon and
locate the 1Password 4 beta there. Install it. Be sure
to delete any other version of 1P you may have already
installed.
6. Reopen Maxthon.

To go back to Chromium just follow the process in reverse. I myself have been using Maxthon for several months and consider it superior to either Chromium or Chrome. And it has no commercial connection to Google.
[Version 4.0.1]

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Dteare replied on 31 Oct 2013
Thank you for the detailed steps @Fyreflye! I'm sure these will help a lot of people.

Seeing you answer questions better than I can makes me want to ask you to come work for AgileBits. Please get in touch if the stars align :)

Cheers!

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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RicD1205 had trouble on 04 Oct 2013
I had a sync problem with the last version yesterday, just as the new version was released, and decided to try and fix it before upgrading. I have two licensed copies, one for my business office and one for my home office, and Dropbox sync had got its wires crossed. I emailed AgileBits support, bot really expecting immediate help as I figured the new release would be keeping them busy. I was wrong. They were incredibly helpful, worked through the issue with me, stayed with it when the initial fix didn't work, and solved the problem

Frankly, this kind of help in an era of anonymous corporate software is fantastic to experience and they have a lifetime customer now.
[Version 4.0.1]

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Dteare replied on 31 Oct 2013
Thank you so much for sharing your experience with our support team @RicD1205. I work with a great bunch of folks and I'm happy to hear they took good care of you :)

Cheers!

–Dave Teare
AgileBits Founder
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Dualie had trouble on 25 Jan 2013
/sigh

Another Firefox update (v.18.0), and another broken 1Password Helper.

Honestly, I spend way, way too much time troubleshooting this.
[Version 3.8.20]

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khad replied on 24 Feb 2013
Dualie,

I apologize for the extremely delayed reply. 1Password worked very well with Firefox 18 the day it was released. We always have things working well in the betas right before a new release like that. I'm sure you got it sorted out by now, but if not, please let me know. It is usually best to email us directly so we can assist you more quickly: support@ agilebits .com

As long as you stay up to date with the latest versions of 1Password and the 1Password extension you should never have any trouble at all. Compatibility issues are long behind us ever since we switched over to using the native extension APIs rather than an Input Manager. That was years ago, and since then every major browser upgrade has gone without a hitch because of this.

Please do let me know if you are having some specific trouble on your own machine, though. There is likely something else going on if you continue to have trouble.

Cheers!
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Khad Young, AgileBits, http://agilebits.com/support
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Mr-Camaleo had trouble on 27 Nov 2012
Hi,

I am a quite happy user (OSX, iOS and Android) since few versions ago but with the last version I started to face frequent Firefox crashes :(

Please see:
https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/firebug/E_WjA8HNwTM

and:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=681890&action=edit

Now, I had to disable the Firefox extension to be able to work (I am web developer), but every time I need to login to a site I am lost - as I was before 1Password...

Is it possible to get a previous - more compatible - version and/or that you work with Mozilla's developers to fix the problem asap? They say it might be fixed in 17.1 or 18 but I am not sure how long it will take.

Anyways 1Password IS A GREAT product and I keep recommend it to my friends :)

Thanks!
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khad replied on 27 Nov 2012
Thank you for your incredibly kind words, Mrcamaleo! I'm sorry that you are having some trouble. Let's get this sorted out. :)

This is actually news to me. I am not aware of any known issues in the current stable version of Firefox.

What I would recommend is to create a brand new Firefox profile and install *only* the 1Password extension:

http://support.agilebits.com/kb/browser-extensions/how-to-create-a-new-firefox-profile

Then make sure everything is working well before other extensions one by one. It may just be a corrupt profile.

If you're still having trouble, please email us a Diagnostics Report so we can get a better look at things. Here are instructions for generating a Diagnostics Report:

http://support.agilebits.com/kb/troubleshooting/create-a-diagnostics-report-to-help-agilebits-help-you

Please email it to us directly: support@ agilebits .com

We'll get to the bottom of this. Thanks!
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Mr-Camaleo replied on 05 Dec 2012
Hi Khad,

sorry for the delay, in the mean time they released FF 17.0.1. Since I have installed it no more crashes: let's keep fingers crossed...

In case I will be back in touch trough email, I tough other users might be interested in this answer.

Take care!
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khad replied on 05 Dec 2012
Great news! Thanks for letting me know that everything is working well. I'm glad Mozilla's update was able to bring some stability to your browsing experience. :)

Please do let us know if there is anything else we can help with. Cheers!
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Pepper131 had trouble on 20 Apr 2012
We are both 64 and have been lucky to have had DSL from 1994-2000 and now fiber optic since. We order much online and bank online. Our banks make us change pass words monthly, I would we use this application? We would still have make those changes?
[Version 3.8.19]

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khad replied on 20 Apr 2012
Thanks for asking about this. Unfortunately, 1Password cannot override security policies on any website. You will still need to change your password for that site when required, but you won't ever have to worry about remembering it. This is a huge benefit. :)

Since 1Password securely stores your passwords, you can use a very long string of random letters and numbers which is more secure than the sorts of passwords most of us can remember ourselves.

I am happy to help you here on MacUpdate, but for the quickest support, please contact us directly via our support site:

http://support.agilebits.com/

If we can be of further assistance, please let us know. We are always here to help!

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Forum Choreographer, AgileBits
http://agilebits.com/support
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Ben-Marko had trouble on 27 Dec 2011
The 1Password Safari plugin has stopped working completely for me. I have been in contact with the developer, but they haven't been much help. Their e-mails have pretty much stopped.

I'm off to another app that can manage my passwords. What a waste of 50 bucks.
[Version 3.8.12]

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brenty replied on 28 Dec 2011
Hey there, Robert! I remember you! I am sorry for the trouble.

Last we heard from you was the 23rd, and I assumed we would hear back from you after the holiday:

http://support.agilebits.com/discussions/1password-38-for-mac-from-agilebits-website/5389-cannot-update

At any rate, we were available all last weekend and will continue to be there for you in the days and months to come if you change your mind and would like our help. :)

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Support Rover, AgileBits
https://agilebits.com/support
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Ben-Marko replied on 02 Jul 2012
The problem is that even though I have a separate licnese on my MBP, the problem replicates itself there as well. Have there been any other issues like this reported?
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psygn had trouble on 21 Dec 2011
Is Opera support in the making?
[Version 3.8.12]

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brenty replied on 21 Dec 2011
We do not currently have plans to support Opera, but we never say never. If there is enough interest we may be able to support it in the future. Thanks for letting us know you would like to see 1Password support Opera! :)

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Support Rover, AgileBits
https://agilebits.com/support
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silverhand31 had trouble on 20 Dec 2011
I just downloaded 1password, but I don't know how to add it to my browser. Although I restart safari.
Looking in your dev site but no "how to start" at all.
Confusing
[Version 3.8.12]

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brenty replied on 21 Dec 2011
Hey there! Sorry for the confusion! If you launch 1Password and click the 1Password menu, you can select Install Browser Extensions to get it from our site.

If you are still having trouble, head over to our support site and we will be happy to help you get up and running:

http://support.agilebits.com

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Support Rover, AgileBits
https://agilebits.com/support

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1Password is a password manager that uniquely brings you both security and convenience. It is the only program that provides anti-phishing protection and goes beyond password management by adding Web form filling and automatic strong password generation. Your confidential information, including passwords, identities, and credit cards, is kept secure using strong encryption.

1Password fully supports major Web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. All browser extensions share the same encrypted data which means you never need to manually copy your passwords between browsers or from the password manager to a browser ever again!

1Password has received numerous awards, including 5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.

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