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With bugs like Heartbleed on the rise, it's a good time to ditch personal passwords for more secure, randomized ones. 1Password helps you keep track of these hard-to-remember passwords and access them from one convenient, secure place. In this course, Abby Lorts shows you how to get the most from 1Password, even on the go. Learn how to enter login and credit card info and add secure notes for multiple users and identities. And 1Password goes beyond storage. Learn how to audit how secure your information really is, and generate better passwords quickly. Abby will also show you how to sync and back up passwords so you never lose your information, and demonstrate how the 1Password app works on iPads and iPhones.
Hi. My name is Abby Lorts and I'd like to welcome you to 1Password Fundamentals. You can do pretty much anything online these days, and it's common to set up accounts for anything from online shopping to listening to the radio. 1Password is a password management application. In addition to simply saving your passwords you can also create new and more secure ones. With web security issues like Heartbleed, it's a good idea to ditch the passwords based on your dog's name or your favorite travel spot. And it's time to switch over the the ones that might be hard to remember.
In this course, we'll go over how to enter things like log ins, credit card info and create secure notes in 1Password, to keep everything in one convenient an secure spot. We'll talk about using 1Password's browser extension, to quickly access all of your info and enter into websites. We'll also go over how to use 1Password's security audit feature to see how safe your passwords really are. And then how to use 1Password's, password generator to create even better passwords. We'll also take a quick look at how the 1Password app works on iPhones and iPads.
So stick around, we'll cover all of these features and some of the nuances that will help you integrate 1Password into your daily workflow
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