Had a look at the Password1 X extension and was wondering why it needs so many permissions:
Read and change your bookmarks. The Mac and Windows versions of 1Password allow you to create browser bookmarks to your items. We haven't yet added this feature to 1Password X, but we intend to because it's a natural fit.
Manage your downloads. 1Password X has the ability to download page information if we request diagnostic information. These downloads are always user-initiated. We also plan to add the ability to export data and download your Emergency Kit without going to 1Password.com.
Manage your apps, extensions, and themes. This permission is used only to disable the classic 1Password browser extension if both are installed at the same time.
Privacy: Required to optionally set 1Password as your default password manager and disable browser autofill prompts
Downloads: Required to automatically download the Emergency Kit for your 1Password account and diagnostic information which we may request
Thanks @ Changelog writer. -- https://app-updates.agilebits.com/product_history/B5X#v20027
That will leave us with the following permissions:
Read your browsing history > For what?
Display notifications > What notifications?
Modify data you copy and paste > Why?
Communicate with cooperating native applications > Why?
Would love to know why these permissions are required, also I would recommend to add a sticky on this subforum with all the permission explained.
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