PassKeeping, login without typing password

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by hina, Jul 1, 2007.

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  1. hina

    hina Registered Member

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    Hi folks, I am new here!
    Please let me apologize first:
    1. if I posted this thread in the wrong section
    2. if I joined just to spam about my website

    Anyway!
    I think my website will be useful for those of you who travel often and need to login to your account (online banking, email, etc) using public computers.

    https://passkeeping.com/

    It uses the concept of one-time-password.
    And, your real account password is encrypted on client-side using JavaScript before being sent to the passKeeping server.

    The concept can be read here:
    http://passkeeping.com/infoweb.php?id=how

    I am interested to hear what you guys think, and any problems that this concept might encounter.
    Btw, I am the author of "KL-Detector" and "I Hate Keyloggers".
    Maybe some of you have heard about them before ;)

    Again, I am sorry if this post is inappropriate (considering I have just joined 1-2 seconds ago) and please delete if it is breaking the rules.

    Cheers,

    Aris
     
  2. poirot

    poirot Registered Member

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    Glad you joined the forum! and i'm very interested in your method...
    if it works a 100% i could happily leave my notebook at home and just go out with my Pen Drive!
    I previously used your KLDetector so i thank you very much for your fight against all these baddies.
    There are a few things which are not clear to me about your method,but perhaps the best way is to try it with a 'disposable' site-password in order to get the gist of it.
     
  3. poirot

    poirot Registered Member

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    Hina,will you please explain a bit better a few things?
    I tried and failed so there must be something wrong i am doing.
    I keep receiving:
    ''No login form can be found on the website you just entered.''
    everytime i copy-paste the url adress on the form,so i cannot proceed.


    How do i tell you, by going to that site i guess.

    how do i 'identify' the login form,by writing my username?


    Where to enter your account password? In the login form?

    I fear i need a detailed HOW TO or some more detailed explanation before trying again hina. Will you please be so kind as to explain to me a bit better?
    I run the risk of receiving tags of thickness from an australian friend here,but i am very interested in it.
     
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  4. hina

    hina Registered Member

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    No, you tell PassKeeping by entering the address of the website here:
    https://passkeeping.com/addform.php
    If it said "no login form can be found", please make sure that the login form is not located in a frameset. Right-click on the page (near the login form) and then view page properties, and copy the URL.



    Once you enter the correct URL, you will be asked to identify the login form, but not by writing your username. PassKeeping will never ask for your username. Try it first, and if you encounter any problems, please let me know :)
     
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