I use 1Password as my password manager at work. Occasionally I need to access the secrets contained in it when I'm not at work (e.g. today when my son was sick & I didn't have my work computer, but I was trying to work from home). I can VPN into the work network, but not access my work computer (which is a laptop that goes to sleep and becomes inaccessible).
I thought - no problem, I'll rsync the vault to some company server where I can turn on web access, and use the HTML serverless app to access my passwords. This is how I found out "1PasswordAnywhere" is now gone. =(
What can I do? It would not be acceptable for me to upload all my secrets onto a server hosted by AgileBits (even encrypted), nor would it be acceptable to download all my secrets to my home computer. I only want to be able to access the specific passwords I require, from a remote server, just like "1PasswordAnywhere" did. Perhaps technologically the difference doesn't seem huge, but to me it's the difference between explaining to my company that I downloaded/uploaded all my secret information to an untrusted machine, or that I didn't.
Is there some solution someone could recommend?
My understanding is that the available "1Password.opvault" sync requires me to use the full 1Password desktop application with a full download of the vault on the local machine, correct? That would violate the "don't download the vault" rule, so it wouldn't work for me.
1Password Version: 6.8.2
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X 10.12.6
Sync Type: Not Provided