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WebM8 will remember all your usernames and passwords and fill your log on screens automatically. It will also allow you to fill other web forms by point and click and, unlike most password programs, it is completely browser independent. WebM8 has always had the ability to cope with logon screens that ask a different security question each time and the latest version even automates logon screens which ask for three different characters from your PIN, password or both. WebM8 data files are securely encrypted using the Blowfish algorithm with a 256 bit key.
This program is simple and should work well for a lot of people.
This software is still buggy. If you click on its icon after an instance is already open, it throws an error and crashes. You can't use it to fill out forms with a lot of text because the text fields it uses have a size limitation. So when I tried to post my form, it clipped the inforamtion that I needed in it, rendering itself useless.
This is without doubt, the most flexible of the password managers. The site I sign on to most often is for my credit card. The logon screen asks for my username and password then for the answer to one of five possible security questions. All the other programs I tried, filled the first two fields but left me to type in the third one manually. This one solves the problem by letting me insert the command Stop Auto Fill after my password, but still enter all five answers. When I use it, it fills the first two fields and leaves me to click on the correct answer to whichever question was asked.
The main reason for signing in to my credit card is to pay it off each month from my debit card. With this, I simply add all the things I need to fill in that form and fill it by point and click after the logon. With the others I tried, I had to have a separate passcard.
The only thing I didn’t like is that you have to enter everything into the program before you use it. A couple of the other programs I tried, copied them as I filled the form which was really slick! This still has the edge because of its flexibility but it would be nice if they could add automatic copying.
Had a couple of password managers. Theyre all very similar. What I like about this one is that you can set it to deactivate itself after a fixed time period of inactivity on your PC - (Bit like the screensaver)
This is really handy if you work in a busy office and sometimes forget to log off your windows user name.
In my work, I have to update information at over 300 web sites and they all have different usernames and passwords to sign in. This little gem lets me do it all with ease. I really don't know what Id do without it!