GµårÐïåñ wrote:... RF does more than just store your goodies, it actually parses the pages, fills them accordingly and I doubt your tool does that.
Not sure what you mean. I click on an entry, click "B" for "auto-Browse to site". Yes, I must put the cursor in the username field myself, but that avoids a lot of scripting or other complexity that seems to be problematic for other tools. Click "A" for auto-type, and it enters user/pass and submits for you (it clicks whatever button, such as "sign on", "login". etc.).
It will generate crypto-strength passwords, with whatever parameters you specify: length, type of characters (alpha, numeric, keyboard, hex), and you can tell it to omit hard-to-distinguish ones such a number 1, letter l, letter O or number 0, etc .
It will store securely any notes you put there - challenge questions, PINS, credit card numbers... But it will not enter those for you, which is just as well, IMHO. (How would it know which challenge question gets which answer?) Copy/paste easily.
I have mine set up to launch the default browser inside Sandboxie. Can RF do that?
However, being a fair man, I am willing to give it a shot, give me the link.
It was a few posts above
Just to be clear, yours will detect the domain
It browses to the domain for you. You don't need to go there manually, so nothing to detect in that regard.
and when it should pop up which which credentials,
You decide when it should. See above. Click "A" for auto-type, or use icons or shortcuts to copy to clipboard.
Since it already knows what site you're on, yes, the matching creds.
properly populate each field on the page regardless of how they pose the question
Yes, although only user/pass are populated with auto-type, as mentioned.
and hook with any browser, right?
Available for Windows and Linux-based, with a Java version for Mac. Clearly, it supports Firefox.
All of this in less than 2 MB, and can be run from a flash drive without leaving traces on the host machine.
How big is RF? Will it run from a flash drive on a strange machine, as above?
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/20120306 Firefox/3.6.28