Download the 1Password Command-line tool

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Learn how to use the CLI to put the power of 1Password at your fingertips.

Manage your secrets and team

Access and update your secrets in 1Password or provision users for accounts, groups, and vaults - all without leaving your terminal.

Provision secrets directly from 1Password

Use references to load secrets from 1Password into environment variables and configuration files at runtime, so you don’t have to put plaintext secrets in your code.

Sign in with biometric unlock

Scan your fingerprint or use other biometrics to seamlessly access your 1Password vaults, execute commands, or even authenticate other CLIs via an alias. No need to manually enter passwords.

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1Password works everywhere you do. Easily sign in to sites, generate strong passwords, and find or autofill what you need in an instant. It’s all at your fingertips.