After years of paying for 1Password Families, I've finally managed to convince my parents to start using it with me.
They had no problems understanding the need for a strong master password for their 1Password account, given that it's online (secret key being beyond the scope of our conversation), but it will be an uphill battle convincing them why their home computer password shouldn't be our dog's name, or their iPhone PIN shouldn't be something fairly guessable. There aren't a lot of articles out there that explain the threat model for "local-only" passwords.
From a 1Password point of view, are there any technical reasons why a device needs a strong password/code?
The only one I can think of is keylogger-type malware, which, at least for my Apple-ecosystem low-risk-behavior parents, isn't a major concern.
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