Would you please vote for 1-login firefox support?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by wilbertnl, Mar 9, 2007.

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  1. wilbertnl

    wilbertnl Registered Member

    Dec 29, 2004
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Hello All,

    Recently I have been fascinated by on-the-fly password generation (based on domain name in URL plus personal key).
    There are many options, like pwdhash, passwordmaker, Amust 1-login, hashapass, supergenpass, etc.

    They all work great, but the sad thing is that they all work best in one of the available browsers. Most work in Mozilla Firefox.
    Amust 1-login works in Internet Explorer. And of course they all have their own algorithm, so they are not compatible.

    The developer of Amust 1-login has the intention to add Firefox support to it's 1-login, which would make this password generator browser independent. (I don't think that Opera enables extensions other than user javascript).

    In this forum discussion, Dr. Amust states that 100 votes for Firefox support would convince him that there is enough userbase to validate support for Firefox.

    By the way, when you generate passwords on the fly, you don't need to store them anywhere. Which makes 1-login actually a free password manager. :D

    So would you do me a favor and vote for Firefox support?

    Thank you
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