Hi. I just started using 1Password, and I am generally impressed with it - but there is one issue which concerns me. I've installed the Windows app on two Windows laptops (Win8.1 for my wife and Win7 for me.). The app works fine, but the 1Password mini program strikes me as a security risk. Here is the typical scenario that happens when you use the Windows app on either laptop:
Yes, I know I can click on the lock icon in the Windows app to engage the lock feature manually. But either myself or my wife may not remember to do that. And since the mini version of 1Password will always be running in the system tray if you close out of the program by hitting the X in the right-hand corner, you have the potential for all your sensitive information to be exposed. Kind of like closing the door to an actual vault in your house, but the vault door never locks unless you turn a key.
Bottom line: Seems to me this problem would be easily solved if the mini could be disabled from running in the system tray. I realize from reading these forums that there are many people who love the mini app. But I would prefer to have an option to close the mini entirely and not have it open again after I open the main application.
The vast majority of Windows programs have settings that dictate what will happen when you close a program (i.e., minimize the app, or close it completely.) 1Password's Windows app needs that option. If it has it, I sure can't find it any place, either in the settings for the main app or the mini itself.
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