Watchtower Reporting Fidelity Account Supports 2FA

According to https://twofactorauth.org/ Fidelity Investments now supports 2FA, which is true, but I don't think the software token can be added to 1Password. You can either add SMS or you have to use the Symantec VIP Access app, which requires you to call Fidelity and provide them with your Credential ID (a unique identifier within the Symantec app).

Is there a way to turn off Watchtower for this one account or for 1Password to modify how it identifies 2FA capable accounts when ingesting data from twofactorauth.org?


1Password Version: 7.4.4
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: iOS 13.3.1
Sync Type: iCloud

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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @bmkaiser!

    Is there a way to turn off Watchtower for this one account or for 1Password to modify how it identifies 2FA capable accounts when ingesting data from twofactorauth.org?

    Yes, you can add the 2fa tag to this item to suppress the message ;)

  • Thank you, @ag_ana! Can I do something similar for Unsecured Websites within Watchtower? I have the password for my modem stored and it uses http:// and that won't ever change.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @bmkaiser:

    Yes: for unsecured websites you can use the http tag ;)

  • PTWithyPTWithy Junior Member

    +1 Came here searching for how to do this (by searching the forum for Fidelity) and this was the first hit. Thanks!

  • Thank you, @ag_ana! The HTTP tag doesn't appear to be working. Also, is there a full list for all of these tags?

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    You are welcome @PTWithy! :)

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @bmkaiser:

    Those two should be the only ones. The http tag should definitely work for you though. What version of the 1Password app are you currently running?

  • @ag_ana, I'm currently using 1Password.com and have the 1PasswordX browser extension installed.

  • ag_tommyag_tommy

    Team Member

    @bmkaiser

    I can confirm that the http tag will suppress the warning on the Mac client, but the warning still displays on 1Password.com. It appears this is a bug and needs attention. Thank you for the posting the issue.

  • ag_tommy, I just want you to know that the http tag is not suppressing the warning on the Mac client. I am running the latest version of 1password, the extension, Safari and the Mac OS.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @Steviesaurus:

    Can you confirm the exact version of the 1Password for Mac app?

  • Sure, Version 7.4.4 (70404001) Mac App Store

  • edited February 23

    I am no longer running the Mac App Store Version. I went back to the AGILEbits version 7.4.3 70403002. Problem is still present.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @Steviesaurus:

    I cannot reproduce the issue here: I have just tried creating a new Login with an http:// website field, and adding the http tag to the item made the warning disappear for me. Can you please post a screenshot of your tags section in this item?

  • ag_ana, I posted per your request yesterday and did a preview but it is not here. The system said it would have to be approved. Did you ever get it? Steve

  • Hey ag_ana, it is fixed. Yippie, Please delete the images I sent you.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @Steviesaurus:

    Done! And thank you for the update :)

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