- 30 Nov 2023
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1Password is a password manager providing a place for users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault.
The credentials used to configure the adapter have access to every password in every vault that the user who owns the email address used for the configuration of this adapter has access to.
The adapter does not use these credentials to fetch data, and the password information is not displayed.
Types of Assets Fetched
This adapter fetches the following types of assets:
OnePasswordAddress (required) - The address of OnePassword that Axonius can communicate with via the Required Ports. This should not contain a prefix of http:// or https://. Do not add any specific endpoints after the domain For example agilebits.1password.com
Email and Password (required) - The credentials for a user account that has the Required Permissions to fetch assets.
Secret Key (required) - A secret key that can be retreived from the through the profile page of the relevant user.
MFA Secret (optional) - The secret generated in 1Password for setting up multi-factor authentication for the 1Password user. To use this setting you need to set up connection to applications on 1Password. Follow the instructions here to set up MFA authentication. At the end of the procedure you get a six-digit authentication code. This is the code that you need to paste into this field.
To learn more about common adapter connection parameters and buttons, see Adding a New Adapter Connection.
Axonius uses the 1Password CLI.
Axonius must be able to communicate with the value supplied in OnePasswordAddress via the following ports:
The value supplied in Email must have Read permission and access to each vault the customer wants to see in Axonius in order to fetch assets.
If the following error is received:
Unsupported six-digit authentication
This means you did not enable two-factor authentication. If you do not wish to use two-factor authentication, then disable the two factor authentication for the account used. To do this enter the profile of the user, select more actions, and then select turn off two-factor authentication
Supported From Version
Supported from Axonius version 6.0