Each time you sign up for a new account online, don’t you wish you had a way to securely store the user name and password, and automatically retrieve them when you visit the site in the future? You don’t want to have to write down the logon information for all your web-based e-mail accounts, credit card accounts, bank accounts, utilities accounts, stock trading accounts, etc. on a piece of paper because you might misplace it. And you don’t want to save them to a text file on your computer because the file might be viewed by someone who has access to your computer. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to encrypt the sensitive logon information and retrieve it with a mouse click? Better yet, how about logging on to multiple web sites simultaneously without having to remember your user name and password?
Logon Automator does all of the above and more:
Automatically logs on to multiple web sites simultaneously with a click of a button. All you need to remember is the master password to log on to Logon Automator. It will remember all your user names and passwords, and log on for you.
Encrypts your passwords using US-Government-approved Triple Data Encryption Standard (DES) encryption algorithm.
Stores and organizes all your user names and passwords in one single secured location on your computer.
Prevents key logger spyware from recording your key strokes since logon is performed with a mouse click.
Remembers not just the user names and passwords on the logon page, but any options selected as well.
Replaces all the links in your "Favorites" folder in Internet Explorer. You can move the links from "Favorite" folder to Logon Automator and it will click on all the links for you with one click of the button.
Provides a password generator to generate strong and difficult-to-guess passwords.
Prints out all your logon information on screen or to paper when needed.
Does not clutter up your Internet Explorer’s toolbars since it is not a plug-in to your browser.