As we receive suggestions in our bug trackers, we test them and periodically releaseimproved versions. The released versions are identified with the version number theywere officially released as. This number is composed of the following numbers, sequential order: The release number – i.e. "1Password 7.1.2" (currently 7.1.3) 0.0 for a minor release (bug-fix only). 0.1 for a candidate release (not officially released). 1.0 for a major release.
The key serving for password storage is dynamically generated when the container is initialized—the first time a container is successfully used to store a password, a key is generated and stored in a secure place. The key is then used to decrypt all subsequent stored passwords.
The standard functionality of 1Password is actually all implemented by the same core set ofapplications and databases, as you'll see. Once you are logged in, the rootfolder contains all your data, and the interface only tells you about the datathat's been synchronized.
We do not currently check in with the community via our release mechanism. Expectations on the release date and the likelihood of a release in this cycle are best saved for the "Major" versus "Minor" label. d2c66b5586