1Password is offering 6 months trial if you haven't signed up yet

I came across a deal today that’s offering 1Password trial for 6 months. I am not quite sure if this has been around since 2017, or even before that, but the good thing is that, 1Password is actively promoting the same and is encouraging new users to use that deal. Link here if you want to sign up without reading any further.
1Password has been my favorite choice of password manager these days. I have tried LastPass in the past, and have been using 1Password since April. I haven’t tried any other password managers so far. I am pretty happy with 1Password’s UI and customer support that I haven’t had a reason to move away.
Some of my most favorite things about 1Password:

The 2FA detector is a bit broken, but one can fix broken items by adding 2fa tag to it. 🔐
I am not a huge fan of the other browser extensions as they are not consistent. 1Password X aims at offering the consistency in UI. I wish 1Password X is available for Brave and Tor soon. 🌏
Related: Compare your 1Password passwords with haveibeenpwned.com list fast
If you haven’t signed up for 1Password yet, you should. The 6 months trial is a steal, and online security matters.

Compare your 1Password passwords with haveibeenpwned.com list fast

I stumbled upon this thread earlier today on the 1Password forums, and I should definitely agree with what Brenty said. It’s an excellent script to quickly check your 1Password passwords list with haveibeenpwned.com‘s compromised passwords database!

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If you are a 1Password user, you should noticed that with 1Password 7 app on Mac And Windows, there’s a new feature/section called Vulnerable Passwords that ensures that your password on the 1Password list is not one that is compromised in a data breach.
This GUI app is handy, but it’s challenging to check the status each password.
That’s where this script helps.

  • Get 1Password CLI app and set it up.
  • Get JQ. Homebrew command if you are on Mac – brew install jq
  • Download this script .zip file, extract it, enter into that folder using terminal and use ./1passwordpwnedcheck.sh to perform the test. You will be asked to signin into your 1Password account if you are not at that time.

Do note that the 1Password CLI app logs you out every 30 minutes. This is as explained by Session tokens expire after 30 minutes of inactivity, after which you’ll need to sign in again. on the 1Password CLI setup page.
In case you want to copy the script from here.