I have 1Password 6 stand-alone and am very satisfied with it. 1Password, like many software development firms, is moving to a subscription model; for customers, this has advantages and disadvantages.
One advantage to stand-alone is that the possibility of ransomware is remote. I have my data on my own server which is behind a firewall and is backed up to a separate drive and to a cloud service (iDrive). In addition, there is little incentive to attempt to control and ransom my personal computer.
This is not true with a subscription model where the data are stored in 1Password's cloud; Quickbooks and iNSYNQ can attest to that.
The subscription model is probably inevitable. However, before I relinquish my almost-irreplaceable data to the friendly folks at 1Password, can you please enumerate the security measures taken by your company to protect against such threats?
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