As I am evaluating a password solution for our company I was baffled by the fact that 1password requires the private key during user login. A cloud service is supposed to be easily accessible by its users and requiring for the private key makes things quite complicated.
One of our requirements is that we can have access to our passwords via the web from guest environments, securely and this simply cannot be accomplished with the requirement of the private key.
I know some of you will cry foul for wanting to login to guest-machines, first of that's our risk to take and as it's required by the job that is what we need to do and we store relevantly sensitive records and secondly, in case where the guest environment might be compromised, the release of the private-key provides an irrevocable access to the hostile entity vs just a username/password combination that can easily change.
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