Another possible vulnerability would be if you have 1Password
setup to auto-unlock when it launches or if the thief might have
been able to get into 1Password before 1Password automatically
Either way I would recommend that if you're using Dropbox
syncing with 1Password (or any sensitive data) you should login to
their site and go to your Dropbox settings. Click on the My
Computers tab and then unlink any and all references to the stolen
Next, if you think your password is weak or your settings might
have given the thief access to your data I would recommend that you
start changing passwords on your critical logins like bank accounts
and email addresses. Prioritize logins that you're worried about
based on how much you're worried and move outward until you cross
the line between concern vs. the effort to change them.
If you store bank account information or credit cards in
1Password you should also call your financial institutions and tell
the what info you had stored that could be vulnerable and they can
tell you what actions you need to take in those cases.
This isn't by any means an exhaustive list, just a few
suggestions that I know I would jump on if I knew someone had my
I hope this gets you started but don't stop at my suggestions if
you truly think your data may be compromised. Please let me know if
there's anything further I can assist you with, we're hoping for
the best for you!