I've read in several posts that 1Password is not informed when changes to a device's TouchID setup are made. Hence, anyone who knows your device passcode (often a 4 digit PIN) can access a TouchID-enabled vault after adding their own fingerprint in the iOS settings panel ( = low security).
At the same time, I am using at least two Swedish internet banking iOS apps that denies one access through TouchID when a fingerprint has been added (or removed or edited). I have tried it myself. TouchID login is then no longer available, you have to provide other codes. In 1Password, this would mean your Master Password.
It seems to me that this should be a key concern with AB. Could anyone tell me how it is that banking apps are able to get this information (i.e., changes to TouchID), but not 1Password?
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