As part of a thought experiment in reviewing my own OpSec, I became a bit more aware of how crucial of a role 1P plays. Whilst I know my Master Password is excellent, I'm also aware of the advancing capabilities of determined attackers.
It may well be superfluous, but I found myself appreciating the idea of having an extra layer of encryption around some data, either a field, a whole entry, maybe even a folder/category.
To access the data in 1P, I'd have to enter another passphrase, and that would only make the data visible and accessible for X seconds, before re-encrypting it.
I realise that an attacker with access to my devices would just find a way to grab the keyboard input, but I'm mostly thinking about extra protection for the data at rest, or being hosted by a sync service such as iCloud or Dropbox.
Call it a "piece of mind" layer of protection...
Just an idea!
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