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Replying to AI Roboform - Have You Used It?
Posted 08 November 2008 - 10:41 AM
AI Roboform - Have You Used It?
Replying to SileZigns
This is me Haider Hussain, as I experience that you want this application what all I can do for you, I can send you thi software with installation procedure all you have to fallo one by on and you w'll success.
-reply by Haider Hussain
Posted 24 February 2006 - 11:22 AM
Posted 24 February 2006 - 09:25 AM
I'll try get the hang of it, it'll maek it heaps easier.
Can you get plugins and skins etc for it to change its look? I know you don't see it much but still.
Posted 24 February 2006 - 07:06 AM
Damn, doesnt work with opera
I agree with m^e. Roboform is without doubt the best password filling tool out there. Its ability to integrate perfectly with both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox is one of its greatest pros..
Posted 24 February 2006 - 06:25 AM
Having the ability to directly got to a site of choice and then be logged in is just a one-click affair, and of course it helps when you need to fill in information repeatedly. I just wished it cost a little less so's I could get more licenses. :-)
The toolbar is neat and fully customizable and the learning curve is quite short. There's a built-in random password generator which can be used to create hard to guess passwords. The data can be encrypted and backed up from within the software and the user can also export / print out all the details or do so selectively, so you can store it in an offline location like a bank safe or locker.
Just remember that this software literally makes you put all your eggs in one basket, so that basket ought to have a really really tight lid (your master password) to prevent any damage.
All-in-all, highly recommended! The free version allows you to store 10 passcards only after the initial 30-day trial, but the functionality isn't reduced in any other way.
Posted 24 February 2006 - 05:00 AM
Posted 22 February 2006 - 07:05 PM
Based upon what you said m^e I think I may use. I suppose its always possible for me to try and add things to make it more secure, and no matter what you do, you can always be hacked by someone who has the skill.
(2-300 times a day, thats quite abit)
Posted 22 February 2006 - 06:57 PM
I suppose from what youve said m^e, it wouldn't be too much of a easy thing to hack.
Posted 22 February 2006 - 06:53 PM
But for personal forums and stuff especially I don't see why storing the passwords in a browsers would be a big deal anyways... if someone wants access to your account that badly you have bigger things to worry about then them posting naughty things under your name :|
Posted 22 February 2006 - 04:14 PM
As for Roboform - it gives you a wide variety of Advanced Encryption Algorithms to pick from. They include - DES, 3DES, BlowFish, AES & RC6 - none of which can be "hacked" by any easy means, unless you've a supercomputing cluster setup somewhere working on it day and night for months at ends.
The nature of my job takes me to hundreds of different forums and company sites everyday - and I don't like the idea of keeping the very same password for all. Trying to remember all these would have been a disaster. That's where Roboform comes to rescue. It not only stores your login/password combos but also when you pick a sitename from it's menu - it actually fires up your browsers, takes you to that site and performs the login for you. Considering I need to do this over 2-300 times a day for various sites - I DO find the utility extremely handy.
Moreover - it also stores your standard form filling info - so when you're signing up at some new site - it can fill your whole form in one-click. Excuse me - but I've to code/debug over a few thousand lines on an average everyday.. and every single keystroke/mouseclick I save up on goes towards giving my poor fingers some relief. SO WHY NOT ?
As for any other software in this category that can give Roboform a run for its money - HELL NO. I've tried out a wide variety of password storage systems - and NOTHING comes even close to roboform in terms of ease of use and features.
Hell - the SafeCards system it has, even allows me to store a lot of personal details of Banking related stuff - and as far as I've seen and experienced - I store them all without any hesitation.
But all in all - one thing you've got to realize is that the master password you use to encrypt all your data stored using roboform has to be a long and cryptic one. But once again I say - WHY NOT ? If I don't have to go through the pain of remembering over 100 login/pass combos against remembering a single arbitarily long password - WHY NOT ?