Note that this is version 3.8.22 on a 10.7.5 Mac.
I've never seen this happen before, but when I started using this computer this morning, my Safari browser was still logged in from the day before. So I did a test and launched the app, and the let my computer idle. As per the settings, the app logged out after 10 minutes. But the extension is not logging out, and it still fills in passwords. It does appear you still support 1Password 3 (as the only option for older version of OS X), and I've never seen this issue before. Any thoughts?
Note that this computer syncs to cloud-based data that newer versions of 1Password also access (as well as the iOS app). So part two of my question is, is my data any less secure because it's accessed and updated by this older version of the 1Password software? Or do versions 3-5 all encrypt my data in equally secure ways?
And question three is, is there a way to get support outside these public boards? I didn't see any, but at times I'd prefer not airing out security issues on a public forum. I ended up creating a new user ID, as I realized my previous user ID could be associated with me, and I'd rather be more obscure with my password security practices (if they day comes someone finds an exploit to 1Password, I'd rather they don't know I use it -- or maybe v3 has known issues, and I definitely don't want to advertise I'm using it still on one machine).