Auto Login

Auto login lets you automatically store and retrieve login names and passwords for websites you select. Itís great if you have too many site logins to remember.

Your details are stored securely on your local hard drive, and are protected with 128-bit encryption technology. To further boost security, you can also set a master password that must be entered before retrieving login details for chosen sites.

Auto Login is also fully customizable allowing you to edit login details, enable/disable password protection for individual logins, and delete logins you no longer use.

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Storing login details

Auto Login will automatically display a prompt asking if you want to store login details when you submit them on a website. If you do want to store details, then click Yes. If you would prefer not to store details click No.

The Auto Login prompt will not display automatically for login page pages it doesnít recognize. You also wonít receive a prompt if youíve disabled the Auto Login feature for a specific page, or all pages.

To store login details manually fill out the login form as would normally, but before logging in select Tools > Auto Login > Record Details. Tick the retrieval options you prefer then click Yes to store your details.

Options for storing login details

There are four options you can select when storing details:

  1. Fill in automatically - tick this box if you want login details to be entered automatically
  2. Require Master Password to login - tick if you want to protect your login with your master password
  3. Donít ask me again to remember password on this site - tick if you donít want to receive an Auto Login prompt on this site
  4. Donít ask me again to remember password on any site - tick if you donít want to store login details on any site

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Password protecting login details

If other people have access to your computer and you donít want them to view your login details, you can protect them with a Master Password. You choose which logins to protect with master password.

Auto Login forces you to use one master password to protect all logins, making it easier for you to remember.

  • To set your master password select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details. A pop-up window will display asking you to set a password to protect the Login Manager. Simply specify the password you wish to use and hit OK. The Auto Login manager will then display.
  • To change your master password select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details. Click on the 'Master Password' button, then follow the prompt to enter your new master password and click 'OK'. The Auto Login Manager will then display

Important: It is extremely important that you memorise your master password. If forgotten, there is no way of accessing/editing your existing login details. For further details on what to do if you have forgotten your password, contact our support team at support@deepnetexplorer.com.

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Editing login details

If your login details change, you can edit details in a few short steps.

  • Select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details and enter your master password. When the Auto Login Manager is open, select the line containing the details to be amended then click the Edit button. The Login Record Form should then display.
  • Website Address and Description can be changed in the first two text boxes
  • To change your login details, select the Field you want to edit from the box on the left hand side. Set the new value in the Field Value box, then hit the Close button to exit

Deleting login details

Select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details and enter your master password. When the Auto Login Manager is open, select the line containing the details to be amended then click the Delete button. Click Yes to confirm you want to delete the login details.

Changing login settings

Auto Login can enter login details automatically when you return to a login page, or at your request. To change these settings:

  • Select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details and enter your master password. When the Auto Login Manager is open, select the line containing the login details you wish to edit.
  • Tick the box in the Auto column if you want login details automatically, uncheck the box if you would prefer to prompt the login manager to enter details for you.

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Viewing individual website passwords

To view the individual passwords set for different websites:

  • Select Tools > Auto Login > Manage Details and enter your master password. Tick the 'Show Password' box at the bottom left hand side of the window.

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