usage/bug problem: duplicating and modifying entries, printing secure pdf's

hey guys,

first time poster, long time user (and i did a search!). but with search terms and word clunkiness, who knows, maybe i'm doubling up.

anyway, i used to use 1password this way:
• pick a password entry i use
• duplicate
• change login creds for vendor
• agree to a transfer-password with vendor
• create a password for vendor
• spit out a "secure," universal 1password html file for vendor (goodbye 1password 3.x.x that let me do this)
• send vendor password html file
• enjoy life

then 1password 3 got rid of this feature. it was suggested that secure pdf's be used instead.

so i obliged.

so my 6th bullet became
• spit out a securely-encrypted pdf for vendor

today, i learned, in horror, that i may be hurting myself doing this,
because,
the pdf's - which i have NEVER opened before - contain all previously used passwords.
bullet 2 up above? - contains my password.
which i thought i deleted in bullet 3 (which, i kind of did).
but turns out, it not only goes to previously used passwords,
previously used passwords
1) get transferred to duplicate entries
2) get printed

so i have no idea how many of my passwords i've transferred now.
1password 3 has been gone for a long, long time.

can someone tell me how to modify either 1password or my workflow so as to not do this ever again?

thanks!


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Comments

  • MrCMrC Community Moderator
    edited October 2015

    @torulethemall ,

    Sorry, but can you describe ultimately what your trying to do, high-level? I see how you are trying to do something, but don't think I understand ultimately what you are trying to accomplish.

  • JacobJacob

    Team Member

    Hey @torulethemall,

    As MrC mentioned, we'll need a bit more info to help you out here. Could you give us a better idea of what you need to accomplish? We'd be happy to help out, we just want to make sure we understand things first. :) Let us know!

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