Despite some omissions, this dandy password manager works well. You won't be wowed by Logon Automator's utilitarian interface, but happily it's easy enough to operate and comes with password protection. You simply enter the Web URL, fill in the username and password fields, and the program automatically recognizes and saves log-in information. It uses Data Encryption Standard to protect your data and provides a handy password generator that creates random passwords. In our tests, we were quite impressed by how it quickly opened a URL, autofilled Web forms, and logged us into an e-mail account. We also like that it didn't interfere with other programs or make our PC sluggish. An autolock feature and a selection of encryption algorithms would've been nice additions, though. Unfortunately, you have only seven days to check the program out. Nonetheless, if you're the type who often experiences the forgotten password blues, Logon Automator could be just the solution you're looking for.
Automatically logs on to multiple Web sites simultaneously with a click of a button. All you need to remember is the master password to log on to Logon Automator. It will remember all your user names and passwords, and log on for you. Encrypts your passwords using US-Government-approved Triple Data Encryption Standard (DES) encryption algorithm so that no one will be able to view your passwords without your permission. Version 1 includes unspecified updates.
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Version 1 is the first release of Logon Automator on CNET Download.com.