How do you secure 1Password data on the iOS client?

Your whitepaper states that the content is incomplete. I'm curious how you secure the data on iOS in the following situations:

  • iOS is locked by a passcode/FaceID entry.
  • iOS is unlocked, but the 1Password vault requires the master password.
  • iOS is unlocked, and the 1Password vault requires only FaceID.

Are there any differences between personal (1password.com) and primary (standalone) vaults in these situations?

Thanks!


1Password Version: 7.5.2
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: iOS 13.5
Sync Type: Not Provided

Comments

  • DanielPDanielP

    Team Member

    @Raz_Diaphed:

    iOS is locked by a passcode/FaceID entry.

    In this case, your 1Password data will remain encrypted until you unlock the 1Password app, regardless of how you lock or unlock your iOS device.

    iOS is unlocked, but the 1Password vault requires the master password.

    Similar to the above response, your 1Password data will be encrypted until you enter your Master Password.

    iOS is unlocked, and the 1Password vault requires only FaceID.

    Same as the previous point: until you unlock your 1Password app, your 1Password data will remain encrypted on your system.

    Are there any differences between personal (1password.com) and primary (standalone) vaults in these situations?

    No, the only difference comes down to the Master Password used to unlock your 1Password app. If you have a Primary vault, 1Password will unlock using that Master Password, which has unlocking priority. If you do not have a Primary vault, you will unlock 1Password with the Master Password of the first 1Password account you have added to the app.

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    Daniel
    1Password Security Team

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