Secure Login
Secure Login is a login extension for Mozilla Firefox integrated password manager
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Secure Login is a login extension for Mozilla Firefox integrated password manager. Its main feature is similar to Opera's (the browser) Wand login. The extension adds a toolbar button to the main Firefox toolbar and allow you to login by pressing the button when at least on credential is presented for the current domain. When multiple credentials are detected, a menu will be shown to allow you select from the multiple matching credentials.
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FAQ

  1. Where can I find the change logs?

    Check this link for a complete list of changes.

  2. Is Secure Login e10s compatible?

    Yes, partially. Still the extension does many window dependent access which is not recommended in e10s. I am working on a new lightweight login manager for e10s and Android. You can find the project here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/log-me-in/.

  3. Is it possible to move the location of the toolbar button?

    Yes, follow a Comprehensive Guide to Firefox Customization blog post to find how to change the location of the toolbar button.

  4. Is it possible to migrate my Secure Login to a new machine without losing logins?

    Yes, Secure Login uses Firefox password manager for retrieving your credentials. There are two methods to export Firefox's credentials to a new machine: 1. You can setup Firefox sync based on this instruction. When Firefox is done with the sync, you will have your credentials and Secure Login works with no further setup. 2. Alternatively, you can export your passwords manually using Password Exporter extension. You will need to install the extension in both new and old Firefox browsers. After you are done with the export, your Secure Login should work fine.

  5. Is Secure Login safe?

    Yes, well it is as safe as your Firefox password manager is. Secure Login does not store any of your credentials, instead it request them from Firefox's password manager API. Anyhow if you would like to increase your security, I recommend to read this security post at blog.add0n.com.

  6. Is it possible to turn off the alphabetic sorting of logins?

    Yes, you need extension version 1.0.6b1 or greater to do so. Open a new browser tab, and in the addressbar enter "about:config". Now search for "extensions.secureLogin@blueimp.net.doSorting", and turn it to false.

  7. Secure Login 0.1.1 introduced random password generation. Is it possible to change the charset used for password generations?

    Secure Login uses two preferences to generate random passwords. You can alter them to widen the character selections. extensions.secureLogin@blueimp.net.pcharset is the list of all allowed characters SL uses. extensions.secureLogin@blueimp.net.plength is the length of the generated password. To change these preferences, simply open about:config in a Firefox tab, and search for the preferences in the searchbox located on top of the page.

  8. Is it possible to revert the old icon back?

    Yes, thanks to "Barbiegirl", there are two userstyles you can use either to revert back the old icon, or use a new modern key icon: style 1, style 2, or alternatively, try Australis style icon by Grzglo.

  9. Why does SL ask for choosing between multiple logins on some pages when only a single account is registered?

    SL is looking for all possible forms that are capable of handling your credential submission (fake forms are included). It is near to impossible to detect the right form!

    However, it is possible to ask SL to only search for visible form. This feature is still experimental and is not activated by default. If you want to try it, make sure you have the latest beta version installed. Then open a new browser tab, and in the addressbar enter "about:config". Now search for "extensions.secureLogin@blueimp.net.searchVisibleFormsOnly", and turn it to true.

  10. Secure Login fails to successfully login into a page as its login form URL has been changed. How can I fix this?

    Open Firefox's password manager and delete the old login. Now try to login to the site manually. Firefox should ask for saving your login data one more time. Press yes. Next time Secure Login should work just fine. Another option is to install Saved Password Editor extension and edit the URL manually without the need to delete the password entry at all.

  11. Is there an option to not show the welcome page on upgrades?

    Yes, go to the extension's settings and uncheck "Open welcome page on upgrade" in the Misc section.

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Editorial Review

Secure Login is a Firefox extension with integrated password management. If you regularly visit websites with multiple user profiles or you are looking for a secure way that you can keep all of your passwords and auto complete information, Secure Login takes the process of remembering passwords to the next level (passwords are stored in the Firefox password manager). This Firefox extension works with very little configuration and prevents a number of malicious attacks from stealing login information. Not only does this extension come with phishing support but you can also backtrack and check through some of the services that you regularly access to see if your login credentials have been used without your permission.

The main features of secure Login: One click login on your favorite sites, with a simple keyboard shortcut or simply by clicking on the dialog box on your favorite websites you can automatically submit your username and password to log into your account. Multiple user support if you have multiple accounts for the same website or multiple family members that use the same site you can manage their passwords for multiple login support. Simply select the user that you would like to log into the website and in one click you can be on to the page. Easy access to change passwords, you can quickly access old passwords for your own references as well as change passwords as you need to. Integrates seamlessly with Mozilla password management, as soon as you install the extension all of your previous password information will be carried over so that Secure Login can start working for you immediately. Customizable, you can not only customize the interface and menus with this extension but set alerts for when new logins are found as well as use custom keyboard shortcuts to perform secure Logins with one button press.

For the ultimate in password management and password security with Mozilla Firefox this is definitely the extension that you need.

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