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FF password manager vs. 3rd party applications

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I’ve been working on getting all my web ID’s and Passwords organized for a few months now but I want to decide on my best final solution. Now, I have Roboform V6 that I don’t use except to open as a standalone app at times to get at a save passcard, and I have several logins saved in FF. I also have various text files where I’ve just written a lot of info for later organization.

I’ve noticed that no matter what I use, no password manager works with all web sites. Two step sign-ins are often a problem. I like RF because it can store multiple accounts for a single site, and it doesn’t fill in the login fields until you tell it to. With FF, the login form just shows up already populated. I don’t need all the other stuff, like form filling.

So – does FF allow the use of multiple logins for the same site, or is there an addon? Is there any way – built in or add on to not fill in the fields until I choose to?

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John99 –

Thanks much for your repose and sorry for taking so long to follow up. You confirmed what I was thinking plus some additional info I found out since. FF will store multiple passwords for the same site – I’ve confirmed this by first logging in to a site with a different account, and FF offers to save it because it’s a different username. If it’s the same username and I’m updating the pw FF will offer to update it. That works well. Then, when I revisit the site, the login fields will contain whatever I last used. I did test by changing the username, and it will insert the correct password. I haven’t tested by just entering part or just the first letter of the username.

I agree about the banking sites. I do think that Roboform is more secure than browsers, but I just don’t want to pay another $35 to upgrade to version 7. Plus it needs its own toolbar, had a lot of nice features like automatic form filling, but I never used those anyway. And, I got an upgrade popup every time I opened my browser.

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I have not actually tried this recently but I do recall Firefox will store multiple entries for a site on separate lines. When there are multiple entries for the site username or password I do not remember whether they were offered as alternatives, or perhaps needed you to key in the first letter.

I am not sure that the Firefox master password system should be regarded as highly secure. Personally I do not for instance put banking passwords into Firefox's system. You may have noted Goolge Chrome refused to offer a Master Password System saying something along the lines that it could never be made secure if any third party had access to the computer account.

There are hundreds of password related addons

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John99 –

Thanks much for your repose and sorry for taking so long to follow up. You confirmed what I was thinking plus some additional info I found out since. FF will store multiple passwords for the same site – I’ve confirmed this by first logging in to a site with a different account, and FF offers to save it because it’s a different username. If it’s the same username and I’m updating the pw FF will offer to update it. That works well. Then, when I revisit the site, the login fields will contain whatever I last used. I did test by changing the username, and it will insert the correct password. I haven’t tested by just entering part or just the first letter of the username.

I agree about the banking sites. I do think that Roboform is more secure than browsers, but I just don’t want to pay another $35 to upgrade to version 7. Plus it needs its own toolbar, had a lot of nice features like automatic form filling, but I never used those anyway. And, I got an upgrade popup every time I opened my browser.