currently I am happy 1password for Families user. It’s great product for our family. Still I am always thinking about different risk scenarios if something goes horribly wrong. Because of that I was just looking you Security White paper for Teams and that convinced me for data protection/encryption at all stages (rest, transit, storage). Only part I am still thinking of is the authentication part, especially the risk that both Master key (something you know) and Access key (something you have) could be stolen/captured/retrieved on an endpoint.
E.g. Master key could be stolen with keylogger but what about Access key? How you are protecting Access Key on a 1Password Windows client or in a browser? Btw, section “How We Secure Data on Clients” seems quite empty on the Security Whitepaper….
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