1Password for Linux

Having a native Linux client of 1Password[1] is a big deal (currently in developer preview). Not only because it is an awesome product and provides much needed personal security, but because it's another high-quality piece of commercial software coming to the platform.

  1. The need for a dedicated client has largely been sidestepped by the excellent browser extension... which works better than iOS client these days. The number of passwords that never sync is maddening: I simply can't trust 1Password on my iPhone 😓 ↩ī¸Ž


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