norton password manager add on deeds to be reopened EVERYTIME firefox browser is started
norton password manager add on deeds to be reopened EVERYTIME firefox browser is started.
Norton Password Manager gets unlocked and stays unlocked until the browser is closed then when the browser is reopened it require ANOTHER login to Norton Password Manager It does NOT remember that Norton is already opened for the cure3nt device. ANNOYING
Hi johnwmiller48, In my experience, for security your Vault will be signed out when you close the browser. You should be kept signed into Norton Password Manager until you sign out.
Thanks RobertJ, YES but it is NOT a security risk on your personal device and is VERY annoying to have to sign in again to Password Manager to access autofill for logins. CHROME keeps the Password Manager Link you can use the opened Vault for any future sessions of CHROME to autofill passwords.
I haven't tried this but, it may be worth a look - Set up Mobile Unlock from App and Extension for Windows https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v128979256
Thanks again RobertJ,
Again you have suggested something I have already set-up. This does NOT work too well. It does sometimes and does not on others. Beside all that, EVERY TIME you need to use autofill it AGAIN wants to UNLOCK your vault.
I have reported this problem to Norton, it has been escalated and it appears that the problem exists with FIREFOX Browser. I have also reported the problem to them.
Question so you can't use the Autofill firefox password manager? Is there a reason why you don't use the built version of firefox. I have not issue using the firefox password manager to save my login when going the same pages again.
Thank you for your reply, however this does not solve my issue, I know there are many other options for Password control, however I am committed to Norton. I was committed to FIREFOX, however this feature not being available in FIREFOX, means that I will change to another browser that does support Norton Password Manager correctly.
Norton isn't reliable I've used enough Norton software and bad A/V cleaning of Norton it's more problem then it's worth.