[Bug] Wrong domains in selection menu of 1Password AutoFill

  1. Is this bug reproducible?
  • Yes.
  1. Which devices did this bug appear on and is it reproducible on any devices and/or computers?
  • On my iPhone X (iOS 12 beta 10), as well as my iPad Pro 9.7" (with the same iOS version).
  1. A quick summary of the bug:
  • Domains mistakenly displayed in multiple selection menu of 1Password AutoFill function, as marked up in the screenshot below.

  1. Detailed, step-by-step list on how to reproduce it:
  • a. I have 3 Amazon accounts on amazon.com, amazon.cn and amazon.co.jp saved in 1Password. Their usernames are the same but the passwords are not, as you may see in the screenshot below.



  • b. Open iOS Settings app, go to Passwords & Accounts - AutoFill Passwords, make sure AutoFill Passwords is enabled, and tick only 1Password below.
  • c. Open Amazon app, try to login using 1Password AutoFill by tapping the Passwords above the keyboard.
  • d. There will be a multiple selection menu saying Choose a saved password to use with several amazon passwords to choose. As you can see in the screenshot below, all the domains are showed as amazon.com mistakenly, because two of them should be amazon.cn and amazon.co.jp.

  1. Versions of 1Password you're using on the devices and computers involved:
  • Version 7.2 (70200002) (via TestFlight)

1Password Version: 7.2 (70200002)
Extension Version: None
OS Version: iOS 12 beta 10
Sync Type: 1Password Account

Comments

  • Build 70200003 does not show show the list of my passwords when there is no matching domain for a login of an application.
    I wonder if this is a feature or a bug..

    Screenshot:
    From left to right:
    Trying to select a login to use;
    Other passwords not showing up;
    Added the domain for a pre-existing login.

  • rudyrudy

    Team Member

    @doio,

    At this time that is an expected behavior.

  • MrRooniMrRooni

    Team Member

    @ChrisCHEN05 In testing this myself it appears that iOS is matching your amazon.cn and amazon.co.jp Login items with amazon.com.

  • Respectfully, I’m seeing this bug as well and it’s a terrible user experience. These are domains with distinct login credentials and the saved password UI is incorrectly conflating them, meaning that I’m forced to guess which is “correct” even though 1Password has the correct domain(s) in its database. I don’t care necessarily that Amazon’s alternate TLDs/ccTLDs are listed, but that I cannot distinguish them in the UI.

    So the “expected behavior” is wrong. To clarify: are you saying that this is Apple’s bug in the password manager integration? Or that this is 1Password’s implementation which is believed to be acceptable? In the former case, has AgileBits filed a radar on this behavior yet? I’d like to dupe that, if so. In the latter case, I strenuously disagree.

  • ag_andrewag_andrew

    Team Member
    edited January 30

    Hi @jwhitley,

    This is something we will be digging into. We apply domain transformations (amazon.co.jp -> amazon.com) to ensure that the correct logins will fill correctly using our filling technology. Since AutoFill works a little bit differently, we'll need to adjust which domain transformations we apply when vending logins to the AutoFill system.

  • It looks like an iOS bug, because I experienced same problem using LastPass.

  • ag_andrewag_andrew

    Team Member

    @ChrisCHEN05 Thanks for looking into that. We'll stay on top of any AutoFill improvements available in new versions of iOS and ensure that we're doing our best to maximize usability.

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