Automatic form filler (like Gator, but a clean one?)

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  1. konichiwa

    konichiwa Lifer

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    Is there such a thing? I have a nice password vault but it's a pain always opening it every time I need to enter a pass on a website.

    So is there a piece of software that does the same thing as Gator (auto-fill forms and passwords) but has, say, one password that "unlocks" all your information and other passwords but doesn't have spyware and crap like Gator?
     
  2. amcdonald

    amcdonald Diamond Member

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    You can store passwords with IE's inline autocomplete feature.
    the Google bar can fill out forms.

    Just for the record though, these are both very bad ideas.
     
  3. DnetMHZ

    DnetMHZ Diamond Member

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    Roboform works pretty well.
     
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    trilks Golden Member

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    Mozilla (and Firebird) has a form manager and a password manager. I don't use those features, so I can't say for sure how well they work, but it's worth giving a try.
     
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    CaseTragedy Platinum Member

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    googlebar has a decent one.
     
  6. konichiwa

    konichiwa Lifer

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    I've been using Roboform but it only takes 30 "passcards" and I don't want to pay $30(!) for the Pro version; I was hoping someone would have a freeware solution. Maybe I'll check out the google toolbar...
     
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    marquee Banned

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    i wouldnt ever consider something like this, not because i'm concerned about it being clean, but once i get used to having myself automatically logged in, i'll forget the password. then if my computer ever died for some reason... :p
     
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    TheToOTaLL Platinum Member

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    WinkOsmosis Banned

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    Opera does it.