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The scary fact: 91% of the total number of passwords used appears in the list of 1,000 most commonly used passwords. That means if you set passwords like 12345678 or even a seemingly complex sequence of characters like q1w2e3r4t5 (actually a sequence of letters and numbers in the top left of the keyboard). It is easy to hack the password. If you share the same password for multiple accounts then you are in big trouble.
You need 1Password. This is an eye-catching, easy-to-use password manager that allows you to create complex new and extremely secure passwords for any application account or website that you use. You will not have to worry about whether you should enter the capital letter A or 4, comma or hyphen, number 6 or G.
In fact, you will not have to enter those meaningless random string. You just need to set 1Password to automatically fill in the login information for yourself. Or if you’re using an iPad, just drag and drop the password into the app or web page.
Of course, you still need to remember a primary password to log in to 1Password (and make sure this password is extremely strong), but then you can let 1Password remember your password. And once you start using it, you’ll find this application permanently solves the basics on the net.
Still, you should know the bad points of this application, first of all it is not good for Windows or Android users, you can not synchronize data between two different platforms even using the paid version. You can only try the application for 30 days, then you will have to spend some money to actually own it. There are two paid options for 1Password, using a $ 5 per month home package and you will be able to use it for 5 people. Or buy it for $ 64.99 and you will not need to pay monthly.
In general, 1Password is the best password manager I have ever used. This application can store passwords and other important information safely and conveniently. 1Password is easy to use and easy to see. The shared extension allows you to easily log into the site as well. I have used 1Password in a few years and have never encountered any significant issues.