One of my devices is an iPad Air that uses 1Password with a four digit Pin code in addition to a complex password. My iPad predates fingerprint recognition. I would like to have the option to instruct 1Password to delete its data from the device after ten unsuccessful attempts. As it is now, it only takes 10,000 brute force trials to hit every Pin combination.
My iPhone uses fingerprint recognition, so that's not an issue.
Granted, my iPad and iPhone are locked. However, if my device is stolen before the lock resets itself, my apps are accessible. Passwords are critical.
mSecure has this delete data after ten unsuccessful attempts feature, regardless of app password complexity. I don't recall if mSecure offers a Pin. I do know, however, that even with a complex password, you can set an option to limit to ten attempts. If you lose your data because of ten unsuccessful attempts, you can always restore your data using your encrypted backup with your password.
I hope you found this suggestion useful.
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