I have a 1Password licence (not a subscription, in case that makes a difference. I use Dropbox to sync.
I read the recent update notes and see there's a way to use 1Password as an app to create 2 step authentication codes by, for example, in the case of Dropbox, scanning an onscreen QR code to "program" 1Password to create those Dropbox specific codes. Great feature.
This got me thinking, I have setup gmail and few other apps / websites for dual factor or two step authentication and, although I know it's good 'cos it's safe, it can be a right pain across multiple devices.
In my case I use Dropbox across 2 macs, an iPad and an iPhone with various apps accessing Dropbox for "sync".
My experience with gmail has been less than ideal due to various apps that want to send mail not being dual factor authentication compatible. Google have a workaround which generates a one off app specific password. Great but quite a few steps to undertake and it doesn’t always work. SO, I know dual authentication can be a bear to deal with.
So, back to Dropbox sync. It might be just as much of a PITA as google. I don't keep sensitive stuff in my Dropbox, hmm, OH BUT I DO, my 1password vault.
At long last here's my question: if someone gets a hold of my Dropbox, can they crack or compromise my 1password vault?
1Password Version: 6.8
Extension Version: 188.8.131.52
OS Version: 10.12.6
Sync Type: Dropbox