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    "Effective password generator and manager"

    February 18, 2006  |   By rsimanski


    Roboform is a very effective form filler, password generator, and login manager. When you first set it up, you complete a form with the type of information tuat you frequently have to fill in, such as your name and address. When you visit a site that has a form, Roboform offers to fill it in. This saves time and helps to ensure accuracy. You can use Roboform to generate hard-to-crack passwords for both new and existing accounts, then save your login information to what it calls a passcard. Finally, you can generate a printable Web page showing your login names and passwords. I recommend that you do this any time that you generate a new password. You can password-protect the program in general as well as individual passcards.


    Roboform offers to fill in Web forms whenever you visit a page that has one. This often includes pages that you have already filled in, such as ones where you update your preferences. This can get a bit annoying, because you have to click "no" to close the dialog box, which sometimes gets in the way. You can configure Roboform to not fill in forms on certain Web sites, but if you want Roboform to fill in forms on some pages on a given site but not others, you cannot configure it to do this.

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  • Reply by jdcohen14 on February 24, 2006

    Running this program without the autofill dialogue is much better, in my opinion. It's much less intrusive.

    Click on the RoboForm icon in the toolbar, click Autofill, then you need to uncheck "Offer to Autofill Web (HTML) forms.

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