I utilize a network sniffer on my Mac called Little Snitch, for those not familiar with this software it both shows and stops, until permission is given, all network traffic leaving your computer.
For trusted applications and OS activities I tend to give permanent permission for the application or OS process to communicate. Once or twice a year, I delete those and watch what the application may be doing.
Today, I created an account with an online Mac parts supplier, one I have done business with for years. As part of that process I created the account/login information in my 1Password so that it would be available on all my devices.
Immediately, after pressing the Save button in 1Password, a dozen windows began to open for stats.g.doubleclick.net, www.google.com counter.hitslink.com, ads.p.veruta.com and a number of other sites, identified and unidentified.
In the Little Snitch details 1Password was identified as the parent application.
I would be stating the obvious to say that a password vault and its operations are a highly sensitive service and I hope AgileBits would understand why I might find this troubling.
Can you please explain what is taking place?
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