This free Internet Explorer add-on successfully stores and organizes your login information, but we encountered a few bumps in the road while testing it.
AMUST 1-Login requires that you set a master password during the installation process and then it attaches a toolbar to your IE window. There are only two buttons on the toolbar, each with drop-down menus. With so much wasted space, it leads to the question, is a toolbar really necessary? Whenever we visited a site that requires a user ID and password, AMUST prompted us to save the login information. The prompt also asks for a bookmark Name, and you have the option of choosing to not recognize login forms from a particular site. Once we saved our login information, the program quickly logged us in on our next visit. The program includes an Out of City Assistant, which allows you to print your passwords. The Help menu takes you to the publisher's Web site, which is brief, but helpful all the same.
Oddly, when we closed our IE and reopened it, the toolbar disappeared from the browser window. It appeared under the Tools menu, but we couldn't get it to reappear. Uninstalling and reinstalling the program solved the problem, but some users might not be willing to jump through this particular hoop. While not stellar, this add-on is sufficient for storing your login information.
AMUST 1-Login--Simple and Secure way to manage Internet accounts. AMUST 1-Login is an ideal product for those who have more than one computer and have to log in to multiple websites regularly. It provides the most secure way to store Internet passwords and synchronize them between home and office PCs.
Version 2 includes user interface and usability improvements, Faster Logins synchronization, Bookmarks synchronization.