• Joomla
  • Zoo
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  • Zopim
  • Warp
  • KeeForm
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  • Joomla
  • Zoo
  • Widgetkit
  • Zopim
  • Warp
  • KeeForm
  • openvz
  • Free

KeeForm Demonstration

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  • Updated: 10 January 2012
  • Author: yoonique[.]net
  • License: commercial

Save time with easy one double-click form filling.

Weak passwords is probably one of the biggest security threats. Unfortunately most users don't generate powerful passwords because they are simply too big an inconvenience for many people and hard too manage.

Today you need to remember many passwords. You need a password for the Windows network logon, your e-mail accounts, your FTP passwords, MySQL password, your many Joomla passwords etc. etc. etc. The list is endless. And you should really use different passwords for each account.

Fortunately KeePass, a free open source password manager, helps you manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. However entering opening website and entering the password is still kind of inconvenient.

KeeForm is a popular extension for Keepass that automates the login process for you. Passwords are entered without any key strokes, Auto-type or "copy and paste" operations (bypassing clipboard spies and pure key loggers).

When you double-click the URL field in KeePass, typically the following steps are carried out automatically for you:

  • Start browser
  • Open the login web page
  • Fill in the Username and Password field
  • Click the submit button and login to the site

The video below shows KeeForm in action. Click on the full screen control to increase the size of the video.

The first three double clicks open different web site with KeeForm. The last double click shows how you could use KeeRun to mount a Truecrypt encrypted volume.