I'm considering moving from LastPass to 1Password. Company is ~30 people over 4 locations in 3 states.
When I invite a user to set up an account, they get a secret key issues them. Now, what are they supposed to do with that? memorize it? put it in a file cabinet? tattoo it on themselves? leave it in a pdf on their computer somewhere?
The PDF it generates isn't this the hackers dream--to have a single sheet confirm: the service name, the account login url, the username, one element of the authentication, and maybe even the master password if the person is foolish enough to write it WHERE TEHRE IS A SPECIFIC SPACE FOR IT
I'm being glib, but what I'm getting at is that this seems like a bad idea--the best place to store keys like this is the one place that they can't--their 1Password Vault.
Am I missing something? Is this a known deficiency in the business product? Is there some elegant solution my mind is not seeing?
I’ve been 1Password user for 5 years at home and use Family now--so I like the product--I literally signed my mom up two weeks ago (and tried to use the free gift that the CEO sent out on thanksgiving--it was expired), I just never liked the secret key component.
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