1Password updated for Safari 4 beta

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Apple’s release of a public beta version of Safari 4, a new version of their Web browser, has spurred Agile Web Solutions to offer 1Password 2.9.9, an update to their password management software. A free upgrade for all paid 1Password customers, 1Password 2.9.9 costs $40.

1Password helps Mac users keep track of passwords used to access Web sites. It can also generate online usernames and passwords so you don’t have to. The software includes anti-phishing and keylogging protection, and enhances autofill capabilities for automatic form completion.

New to the 2.9.9 release is support for the Safari 4 beta and integration with iCab, the Web browser from Alexander Clauss. Many other enhancements have also been made, including improve Agile Keychain load time, improved import from Safari and Firefox, enhancements to documentation and bundle size, new support of localization and more.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

A 30-day demo is available.

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