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.

If you are traveling abroad, enable 2FA for your internet accounts now!

One of my friends is leaving to Finland tonight, and I encouraged him to enable 2 step verification (2FA – 2 factor authentication) for all his online accounts as soon as possible.

He’s moving to a new country, is going to login from new IP addresses and there’s a fair chance that the service would block his attempts to login, primarily for his account’s security.

There’s going to be SMS sent to his mobile number, only to see that he cannot use it, because he does not have access to the mobile number in a foreign country.

That’s when tools like Authy, Duo and Google Authenticator come handy. One can setup 2 step verification for any TOTP-based 2 step verification process and carry the codes securely using Authy apps for Android, iOS or Google Chrome.

Learn what 2 step verification is, and how to setup Authy for common accounts on this post I wrote.