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The p/w generator works well, but don't use the 'prefix' field to memorize external passwords that you can't generate, i.e. are shared with others, since this field is displayed in plain text without having to enter the master p/w. There's no way to synchronize passwords for multiple users.
Very nice. Useful and customizable. My precious!
Video on site is misleading, hate that crap. After I took the time to learn this plug in, I realized that it only auto fills the password, not the user name. This hardly saves me time, compared to other plug ins. Love the security of it, IS IT POSSIBLE TO AUTOFILL THE USER NAME???
roboform kills this good extension. please contact them and stop it. i am always re installing after a roboform install.
After looking at 1Password for Safari where the author wants $40 for a similar add-on, I really appreciate this one for Firefox. Good show!
Beautiful solution - to do away with remembering multiple user name + pwd combinations ... for every site that you visit in the WWW
Great add-on, works perfectly, easy to use, does exactly what I want.
This is the best add-on I have been using for last several months. If anyone finds problems with the user interface, here is my Quick Start list:
1. Install the Add-On and restart FF
2. Choose Add-On options in the notification window OR press (Ctrl + `) combo for the options.
3. Enter your Master Password and set the store option. I recommend 'In Memory'.
4. In the 'Advanced Options', change the defaults account settings - specially the Username and Characters (A..Za..z1..9 will cover most of the sites that do not require special characters).
5. If you are using different usernames, set up the accounts AFTER you browse to those sites...
6. Spend few minutes reading the Tips and Tricks at http://www.passwordmaker.org/Firefox/Mozilla/SeaMonkey/Flock/Netscape/Tips%26Tricks
This is a great idea and good product.
I'm a professional programmer, but I just can't figure out how to use this thing. It's got one of the worst interfaces I've ever seen. I wanted it so that I could have more than one password one one domain. I think it can do that, but I can't say for sure. I gave up after about 45 minutes of complete confusion.
I was unable to figure out how to make it do anything useful at all. The people who said, "It took me a while to learn it" weren't kidding.
i met the same problem, "wrong hash file"
i met the same problem, "wrong hash file"
the download link is broken, "can't install because of wrong hash file"
This is a great ext, but would like to see a few features from Password Haser! Such as the # and * next to the password field that allows the easy of cliking to generate password or hide/unhide password
Took a little bit of getting used to but now don't know how I ever did without it. I feel totally lost without it on public machines. Yes there's the website but need to remember more than just the password unless you always use the same variables
And for so far, I remember just one password ! Really excellent and useful module (I install on almost each PC I work on). Clue : The online version (on sf.net) does not use the same "default" parameters than the Module version, so write the config down (MD5/8char length password I think).
Sorry, just far too complicated! It's probably as said in the help: once you "get" it you can't live without it but I'm just not prepared to study a whole manual in order to be able to use just one add-on. Good idea, though, and after some tweaks to usability I'll surely reconsider.
This is one add-on that I use everyday. Each website login has a unique password without having to remember them or store them anywhere. The advanced features are a bit cryptic, however the basic functionality works flawlessly. Some websites do not allow special characters such as $,@,&,^, etc. but they are far and few in between. Great product!
It is extremely useful... I use it for all the web sites that require passwords.
Great!! Very easy to use. Now i have very long an secure passwords with just one click (or even no click with autofill ;-)
I always use this on all of the websites I can sans email accounts. I recommend keeping all the passwords you make in a text document and print it out. My hard drive recently crashed and I lost everything.
In response to Bill B: you can change which characters password maker uses to generate its passwords in the settings area.
The application is very good and easy to use, however:
1) It would be helpful to have some options when it comes to generating the passwords, e.g. length and character sets that can be selected and unselected depending on the required password.
2) The ability to make the passwords transportable via USB Key etc so that you can log into online accounts when not on your own PC.
If you looked at integrating it with SecureLogin Addon then it would be all you ever need, hopefully you can talk to the dev of Secure Login addon and co-develop/amalgamate the two addons into one almighty password/login tool.
I got my software engineer sister to help me with this, and I think I got it working....but it uses "generated" characters 90+ % of sights don't allow you to use in passwords....which makes it useless?
Passwordmaker is much better than roboform. You can use online version on other computer. It doesn't save anything, so you don't have worry anything saved password. It's so cool!
Love this add-on, awesome stuff!
Thanks a ton for that 2.0.0.xx focusing bug, boy was I glad to see that. Keep up the good work.
Great Add-on... Thanks!!