So if you have updated to iOS 12 there is a handy feature that I think didn’t get enough coverage. If you use a 3rd party password manager the default iOS keyboard can use it as it’s suggested passwords source now.
Go to settings and searching for passwords:
Then select AutoFill Passwords
Then toggle on your manager and toggle off iCloud.
Now your passwords will be sourced from your 3rd party password manager. Now is a great time to give one a shot if you haven’t been using one. I’d suggest 1Password or LastPass or Remembear. You can find a good list here
We are all online, and we are all vulnerable, but there are so many easy ways to start making yourself secure on the web. This in no way will bring you to being totally secure, but that is also something that is almost impossible. So I will mostly be talking about a set of tools I use, I don’t get paid by any of them.
We all have passwords, and we have tons of them even with the rise of single sign-on. This is where 1Password comes to save us; it is a password manager that will sync across their servers to all your devices for a monthly fee, they offer a family plan as well. You keep a master password and key, and this will be used to access your vaults for the first time from each device then you can set it just to use the password on that device. The Mac app supports TouchID, and the iOS apps support FaceID and TouchID. Now you have something storing your passwords, but you need a way to use them quickly. Copy and paste sucks for this, so 1Password has browser extensions for the desktop that allows you to
cmd + \ to insert the user password combo for a given website. …
So this is a continuation of my K8s series, you can find the previous article here.
First, let me warn you, this article will be long. It felt like a good time to try an extend the length of a post and the topic being advanced deployments is a great place to spend a bunch of time. …