Store your login data with this time-saving software, though one of its operational modes isn't as secure as you may like. SSO Plus' interface is straightforward and resembles Explorer's easy-to-use layout. During installation you can opt for active mode or passive mode.
Active mode automatically saves and fills in usernames and passwords when you enter them on a site. Passive mode simply records the username and password. With either mode, SSO Plus remembers the Web sites visited and provides quick access to stored sites via the tray icon, a nice time-saving feature. While SSO Plus is password-protected, you won't want to walk away from your system with it running in active mode. Passersby will have full access to your frequented sites via the tray icon and your login information will fill in once the site is launched.
Unlike some applications in this category, you won't be able to create and manage record sets for credit cards and other sensitive information. All in all, this free application is great for active users wanting to save time, though you'll want to keep its security breach in mind when using it.
With so many applications and Web sites requiring you to identify yourself, it can become difficult to remember all of their passwords. Now you no longer have to. SSO Plus learns the logon details for each program you run, as you run it. When you next start the program, SSO Plus will automatically enter the required logon details for you. The process of learning the passwords is fully automatic, and secure. You retain control of which programs login details SSO Plus remembers. This means your application and Internet passwords no longer need to be written down, and can remain secure. All information learned by SSO Plus is stored using strong encryption.
Version 220.127.116.11 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.