We have a deal on Keeper, a password manager for iOS, Mac, Android, Windows, and Linux. With Keeper’s password manager and vault, you can generate, store, and AutoFill strong passwords on all devices while securely storing private documents. It also supports multiple forms of 2FA, including TOTP, SMS, Touch ID, Face ID, and U2F security keys (e.g. Yubikey). A one year subscription is $19.99 through our deal.
Andrew recently stumbled upon this sweet password trick from Password Bits, and he’s geeking out over the sheer genius of it.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss managing passwords in the Keychain utility, and some tips for editing photos.
It’s true, your two favorite geeks have come together again to have a “communal head scratch” about all the questions and problems you’ve submitted. Then it’s on to some happy tips, including one about working around the new Dropbox limitations. Download, press play, and learn at least five new things… and get your questions answered, too!
AgileBits’ 1Password program is awesome. Simply awesome, and we love it. However, if you want the app to step aside on a particular website and no longer offer to save passwords there, we’ve got the trick of how to do that in today’s Quick Tip.
Privacy is all the rage in this time of surveillance and tracking. It’s gotten to the point where it’s become a sought-after commodity. And, why shouldn’t we want more privacy?
iOS 12 Password Autofill is coming next month. iOS 12 has a Password AutoFill API that works with password managers like 1Password.
Passwords on iOS 12 are receiving some enhancements. This includes iOS’s built-in password manager, and third-party password managers.
Dr. Mac has good news this week about the new version of 1Password for the Mac (1Password 7), which came out last week, which he says is “easily the best version of 1Password so far.”