Why use Windows pin code when locked?

It's a fact that Windows store passwords and pin-codes in memory and thus can be downloaded. So why is 1password using Windows pin-code when you "lock" the application? It doesn't make sense to me. Why not allow the users to set their own pin-code? Windows operating system is as weak as it can get when it comes to security..


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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @barfen! Welcome to the forum!

    I have sent your question to our security team, I think they will be in the best position to answer it. We will post back here as soon as we have an update :+1:

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