Push, pull, and sign your Git commits
Generate and store SSH keys in 1Password, then scan your fingerprint to use them in any Git or SSH client via the built-in SSH agent.Get started with SSH
Secure your SSH keys
Remove vulnerable SSH keys from your disk. Instead, create and configure modern keys directly in 1Password with a few clicks. No need to look up SSH keygen commands.
Authorize SSH connections with biometrics
Use the built-in SSH agent to seamlessly authenticate Git and SSH workflows with Touch ID, Windows Hello, or Linux system-auth.
Sign your Git commits
Get that "verified" badge on your GitHub or GitLab commits with built-in support for SSH key-powered Git commit signing.
Secure your code from line 1
Scan your fingerprint to use and manage secrets directly within your development environment – and keep them in sync across devices, systems, and platforms.Get started with 1Password CLI
Bring biometrics to any CLI
Secure API access tokens in 1Password and authenticate third-party CLIs using biometrics with 1Password Shell Plugins. Or, build your own via the community project.
Keep secrets out of code
Store secrets in encrypted vaults and access them in your code with references that are replaced at runtime with 1Password for VS Code and other IDE integrations.
Automate common tasks
Save time by automating administrative workflows for provisioning users, managing permissions, and generating custom reports with 1Password CLI.
Test and deploy code securely, everywhere
Automatically sync secrets to your CI/CD environments with pre-built integrations, or create your own custom integrations.Get started with CI/CD integrations
Access secrets in CI/CD pipelines
Instead of adding plaintext secrets in your CI/CD configurations, secure secrets in 1Password and reference them within your pipeline with prebuilt integrations for CircleCI, GitHub Actions, and Jenkins.
Maintain a single source of truth
Rotate secrets in 1Password to automatically update them in your CI/CD environment and everywhere they're referenced. Use service accounts to help you centralize secrets management and reduce secrets sprawl.
Build custom integrations
Need an integration that’s not available yet? Build a custom integration with 1Password CLI or SDKs for Go, Node.js, and Python that provide access to 1Password Connect Server via REST APIs.
Provision infrastructure secrets in production
Secure, orchestrate, and manage infrastructure secrets and automatically load them into server applications and beyond.Get started with secrets management
Save time configuring environments
Automatically load secrets into configuration files that can be safely checked into source control and kept in sync throughout your dev and production environments.
Access secrets in your apps and infrastructure
Secure secrets, programmatically access them in your apps, and collaborate with your team with 1Password Service Accounts and 1Password CLI. No need to deploy additional infrastructure.
Programmatically provision secrets at scale
Fully manage your secrets via a REST API and pass them to services that require authentication. The Connect server provides client-side caching within your infrastructure for added reliability and reduced latency.
Build and contribute with 1Password
Create custom integrations, connect with the community, and discover new open-source projects.
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Implement passwordless authentication in your app or website in minutes. Give your customers the sign-in experience they deserve with proven security and unrivaled convenience.
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