Password Manager Pro enables automatic login to websites and other web applications with the help of native browser extensions and bookmarklets.
Password Manager Pro provides native extensions for Chrome and Firefox. By default, the extensions are built with multiple provisions to facilitate onsite password management for users. These extensions help authorized admins and end users:
Users can launch quick connections to websites and applications directly from the Password Manager Pro browser extension. The extensions automatically open site URLs and self-execute login operations.
Login forms can be auto-filled using extensions, as well. This spares users from having to manually provide account details and, instead, log on to the website with just a click.
Password Manager Pro adopts Content Security Policy (CSP) best practices for the browser extensions to effectively combat content injection attacks. Whenever users log out or remain idle for a specified period, local data is completely erased. Similar steps ensure complete data security at all stages of data retrieval and transit, including passphrase validation, fetching encrypted data from the server, and passing credentials to websites.
Password Manager Pro provides a bookmarklet to let users quickly log on and easily connect to web applications. Bookmarklets are typically shortcuts, similar to a browser bookmark or add-on, that facilitate quick completion of web page login tasks with just a few clicks.
Using the bookmarklet, users can log on to web applications without having to manually enter credentials. After the users land on the application login page from Password Manager Pro, they can simply click the bookmarklet, which securely retrieves requested account information from the server and automatically populates fields on the login page.