Phrase managers are great because they let you generating secure passwords but at the same time help you remember them. Normally, you don’t have to share passwords, but when needed, 1Password has introduced a new way for them to share their website with non -1Password users.
Prior to this, distributing a keyword meaning email or texting a copy of that keyword to another person was very difficult because text messages and emails could be read and viewed by other people other than the prospect of receiving. However, 1Password believes they have come up with a more secure alternative.
What happens is that 1Password will generate a website for the website that the user wants to share. This connection will be terminated after a certain period of time after which it is completed, even the person who found the connection will not be able to see it. Users can also set an email address that the recipient must enter to identify them where they receive the one -time subscription.
For companies that may distribute passwords to any department, 1Password also includes details in the Log activity, which will allow you to see the item shared, who was distributed, date and time, email address of the recipients, and more. While handing out passwords is less than ideal, in the event you need to do it, this seems like a better way.