|User since||July 17, 2009|
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Breaks the SSO of IE dominance Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Very nice tool when you want in a large office have the same experience as SSO via IE on all those internal web sites and have to change your PW each few weeks.
The search on PW is based on 'partial' match, it would be nice to have an option that filter PW-entries on full-match.
Works, but with one glitch Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Works as expected. It asks for the 'master password' to access the security device, but it keeps that grand too long. I would expect that it asks for it for each invocation like the default password view does.
Note there is an other extension that might to be able to influence this: "Master Password Timeout".
When this is fixed, rating goes to 5 starts.
Improve security Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Just a thought for further security improvement: Certificates are bound to a domain name. The amount of companies that gives certificates based on a root is so large and untrustworthy, that it makes possible to get a certificate for any domain name (like done recently in Netherlands). When also DNS is hacked, one can setup a man-in-the-middle with a certificate. The only extra option is to have an extension that forces a match between certificate, domain name and (a range of) ip addresses. These addresses can be checked with dnsstuff etc. Checking the email address of a certificate and recheck it each time might be an other option of additional check.