With native, platform-specific versions of 1Password available for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, and even (“read-only”) Windows Phone devices, you need never be separated from your 1Password data.
If you find yourself completely stranded, though, and you’re syncing your 1Password data among all those devices using Dropbox, you’re in luck! If you can sign in to your Dropbox account on the web, you have read-only access to 1PasswordAnywhere.
To use 1PasswordAnywhere
- Sign in to your Dropbox account on the web.
- On your private dropbox.com web site, locate and open the .agilekeychain folder that represents the vault you want to use.
- Double-click the 1Password.html file you find inside.
- Enter your master password on the “vault door” screen.
- 1PasswordAnywhere will lock itself automatically after 1 minute of inactivity.
- Because local file access can present a security risk, modern browsers will block you from opening the local copy of 1Password.html, reporting a problem with the encryptionKeys.js file.
- The .opvault format currently does not include the 1Password.html file or other resources required for access to 1PasswordAnywhere.