I know, I know. You probably heard enough about the YubiKey and U2F but hear me out.
1Password thankfully allows for 2FA which cannot be reset without the login and I really like this.
But whats irritating me is that it would be still theoretically be possible fall for a phishing attack or something like that. Its unlikely but its possible. Even my Secure-Key wouldn't do anything to protect me in such a scenario. And 2FA can prevent this from happening, my YubiKey is also helping with this but someone who really is trying could get around it.
U2F solves this problem.(I don't want to explain it in depth because I want to keep this a simple and short summary)
U2F would help a lot to protect my 1Password account and my whole online life.
I don't know how much afford it would be to implement it for the web and mobile versions but I personalty wouldn't mind paying a bit more each year just to get this feature. I mean, I already pay nearly as much as I would at a competitor which supports this feature. (Since I live in Germany 19% VAT are added which makes it more expensiv)
Sure you got other maybe even more important things to do but at least put something like this in a high priority. Not only I, but also many others would like to have U2F support.
Its just something the almost perfect password manager needs to become the perfect one!
I hope I have convince one or the other of U2F support, and possibly also someone of the 1Password Team so they can bring this idea forward.
Thanks for reading!
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