I've used 1Password for many years; we had it installed on two computers, and synced to that and our phone versions via Dropbox. I finally had to bite the bullet and "upgrade" as my Android version was basically sunset until I switched to 1Password 7. I've given it a 1-month trial (which is nearly up) and don't see that much improvement in the phone version; the desktop version has some nice features but also a large amount of annoyances (like popping up "wanna change your password now???" every time I log in anywhere). That last "feature" is something that caused a great deal of confusion for several elderly friends, who called me in a panic trying to figure out how to tell their current password; I personally find it a major annoyance.
Anyway: I have several quibbles with using the subscription service:
1) ongoing expense, with no end in sight. I've refused to purchase other software that behaves like that.
2) You're using my regular master password to as the login password for this account. When (not if) you get hacked, a hacker now owns every password I have. Quite obviously you can decrypt my data, or your payment page wouldn't offer to use a credit card from my vault.
Using the older Dropbox-based sync puts an extra layer of protection there: a hacker has to get both my Dropbox account and my master password. And hackers go for the low-hanging fruit: they're far likelier to target the corporate servers than they are to go after an individual person.
I was told when I went for the trial, that I would be able to make a one-time purchase of the software even though the default is to go with the subscription version. When I attempted to pay just now, however, there was no such option.
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