Security and privacy

About 1Password browser permissions

Learn about the permissions 1Password uses to work in your browser.

1Password requires browser permissions to fill and save your details. Learn what those permissions are and why 1Password needs them.

Safari

Web page Contents
Fill and save logins and other details on all web pages.
Browsing History
Suggest login items for the websites you visit.

Firefox

Access your data for all websites
Fill and save logins and other details in your browser.
Exchange message with programs other than Firefox
Connect to the 1Password app.
Input data to the clipboard
Copy item details to the clipboard.
Download files and read and modify the browser's download history
Download files that you've saved in 1Password and diagnostics information.
Monitor extension usage and manage themes
Turn off the 1Password classic extension if it’s installed.
Display notifications to you
Notify you when there's an update.
Read and modify privacy settings
Set 1Password as your default password manager and turn off browser autofill prompts.
Access browser tabs
Open and save URLs, and configure bookmarks.
Access browser activity during navigation
Suggest login items for the websites you visit.

Chrome, Brave, and Microsoft Edge

Read and change all your data on all websites
Open URLs, and fill and save logins and other details in your browser.
Display notifications
Notify you when there's an update.
Manage your downloads
Download files that you've saved in 1Password and diagnostics information.
Manage your apps, extensions, and themes
Turn off the 1Password classic extension if it’s installed.
Communicate with cooperating native applications
Connect to the 1Password app.
Change your privacy-related settings
Set 1Password as your default password manager and turn off browser autofill prompts.

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