There are now a large number of web sites that require users to login to make use of their services and this can mean having to remember a huge number of usernames and passwords. Sticky Password can help to make your life easier by filling in online login forms for you. Your usernames and password are stored in a protected database, and rather than having to manually enter details by hand, the program can take care of form filling on your behalf.
The passwords you store in the program are protected in a number of ways. The first level of protection is provided by the master password that must be configured during the setup process. You then have the option of using a USB or Bluetooth device as a secondary authentication method - as an added level of security a virtual keyboard can be used for password entry to avoid problems with keylogging software.
There are Sticky Password plugins available for a number of programs including Firefox and Thunderbird, and passwords that you have already stored in various applications can be imported in a few mouse clicks.
This is great time saving tool and avoids the problem of forgotten passwords and the associated password resetting. With protection against keyloggers and phishing web sites, Sticky Password is not only useful, but also fantastic for security.
Please note that the previous Free version is no longer available. Sticky Password is now trial software at a cost of $29.95 for the offline desktop version or a yearly license price at $19.95/year.
Sticky Password 7 is a major upgrade, with cloud-based data synchronization (at a cost of $19.95/year) and much more.
- added new Chrome extension using Native Messaging technology to support Chrome 31+
- added support for 64-bit Internet Explorer versions using UI Automation technology
- discontinued use of Internet Explorer toolbar (replaced by UI Automation solution)
- removed support for old browser versions (Flock, Firefox <4, Thunderbird <5, Seamonkey <2.1) using XPCOM technology
- removed automatic integration of Portable Version with desktop browsers: going forward Internet Explorer will be the default browser
- miscellaneous fixes, stability and GUI improvements