1Password’s new changes are annoying customers and security experts

July 13, 2017
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Every time I hear about a major hack that compromised the security of millions of people, I remind you that it’d be a good idea to invest in a specialized piece of software that can secure all of your passwords, and which only requires you to remember a single log in. There are many players in this business, but 1Password is probably the best. It’s probably the service I’d recommend to you without hesitation. But it looks like the company made a couple of critical changes to its business model without disclosing them in a clear manner. So I’m finding it really difficult to recommend it at this time.

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