Auto-login as you browse the web … no need to click through from your PassPack account.
Two ways to auto-login: standard, and now … 1 Click!
Turn on 1 Click Login in your PassPack account, then navigate the web in a different window (or tab) for as long as you like. When you want to auto-login to a website, just click your PassPack It! button. Turn it off when your done surfing.
Do I have to use it?
No. You can turn 1 Click Login ON or OFF whenever you like. You can use it all the time, or never. It’s your choice.
Does this replace the Go button?
No. You can always use both the Go button in your Password Manager list, as well as the Go There button in your entry window regardless of whether or not 1 Click Login is turned on or off.
How to turn it ON & use it
First, make sure you have installed your PassPack It! button.
Secret Tip: A little hidden trick for quickly turning on 1 Click Login is to press z+1 on your keyboard- More hidden tricks here.
Go to the 1 Click Login section under the Auto-login tab, and click Start.
You should see an alert appear along the top of your screen – it will stay there until you turn off 1 Click Login.
Now just open a new browser window (or tab) and navigate as usual. When you come upon a website that you would like to login to, press your PassPack It! button. That’s it. If you have a corresponding Entry somewhere in your PassPack account, the button will attempt to log you in. If not, it’ll ask you to teach it this new website.
How & when to turn it OFF
There are four ways to turn it off:
- Click (turn it off) in the alert across the top of your screen
- Go to 1 Click Login in your Auto-login tab, press Stop.
- Click Lock it up! in the upper right corner of your screen.
- Sign Out.
You can still use your PassPack It! button the standard way even after you turn off 1 Click Login.
Will it work on all my sites?
Yes, it will work on all the same sites as standard auto-login.
Is it as secure as standard auto-login?
Yes, it uses AES-256 encryption to generate an encrypted mini-pack, and fully respects the Host-Proof Hosting pattern. Additionally, it uses a modified version RC4 (the algorithm that SSL uses) to generate unique keys for each domain. Nonetheless, you’ll notice that we’ve taken great care to alert you all the time when 1 Click Login is turned on. There is a reason for this:
PassPack will not automatically lock up while 1 Click Login is on. If you are forgetful, or are working in a place where you have to frequently leave your computer unattended, even for very short periods of time – then you should not use 1 Click Login.
(and thanks to Ronnie for prodding us on for this feature)
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