Reviews 0 Wrangling your web passwords can be easy and secure, thanks to 1Password , the popular password manager from AgileBits. In this book, Joe Kissell brings years of real-world 1Password experience into play to explain not only how to create, edit, and enter web login data easily, but also how to autofill contact and credit card info when shopping online, audit your passwords and generate better ones, handle two-factor authentication 2FA , and sync and share passwords in various ways—including a hosted 1Password account individual, family, or team , iCloud or Dropbox. While reading Take Control of 1Password on my iPad I was furiously highlighting passages and following along with 1Password open on my Mac. I immediately changed those passwords to unique and secure ones. The book focuses on 1Password 7 for Mac and Windows, but it also provides details and directions for the iOS and Android versions of 1Password. Topics include: Meet 1Password:
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Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors See More Hand-Picked Deals Password-management apps are a great way to ensure that you create unique, strong passwords for every service, app, or site at which you need one, and you don't have to memorize any of them. What if your backup drives are encrypted? Yes, I recommend your backup drives are encrypted so that if stolen or accessed, they are protected. Or your machine was stolen and you need a password to log into a tracking service, like Find My Mac? The trick, as always, is preparation. Unlike contacts, calendar entries, email, and photos, entries in iCloud Keychain are never decrypted nor capable of being decrypted by Apple on its servers. Apple You can set up an iCloud Security Code when you first turn the service on with your iCloud account.