Sticky Password is designed to help you automatically fill out form data and login credentials online, with support for a vast array of browsers and commonly used applications. This is Sticky Password is one of our top recommendations for password management software. It works and is very easy to use. No more having to remember a hundred different user names and passwords.
Program: Sticky Password
Company: Sticky Password
Supported OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 (http://www.stickypassword.com/support/browsers-application for list of supported browsers)
Price: $29.99 USD (1 license), $49.99 USD (2 licenses), $59.99 (3 licenses)
Overall Rating: 9 out of 10
What It Does:
Sticky Password is designed to help you automatically fill out form data and login credentials online, with support for a vast array of browsers and commonly used applications.
Sticky Password’s installation was mostly automated and took about 40 seconds to install.
After startup, Sticky Password automatically prompts the user to create a master password. It also tells the user the general strength of their chosen password.
Next on the list is choosing which type of authorization to use for storing passwords. While “No Authorization” is available, Sticky Password strongly urges the user not to choose this option because of the inherent security risk involved.
The user is then prompted to choose an “idle out” time, as to protect critical data if the user steps away from the computer.
Sticky Password detected that Google Chrome (and later on, Internet Explorer) were installed, however it didn’t seem to detect other applications that it supposedly could detect.
Afterwards, the user is presented with a screen telling them that the setup of Sticky Password is complete. They can also opt to enter their license key immediately, or any time within the next 30 days.
Sticky Password then prompts the user to install the autofill plugin, if the user opted to have it install the plugins later the first time around.
Next, Sticky Password brings up a screen that allows the user to import other password files from other password manager applications and browsers.
Finally, after a lot of clicking, the main screen is shown. From here, we can manage passwords in much the same manner as we have with other password managers.
Ease Of Use:
Sticky Password is pretty easy to use, and has a much more simplistic interface that is idea for novice to intermediate users.
Sticky Password was quick to install, although the setup process seemed rather long winded. There was some trouble getting it to properly detect some applications that it was supposed to detect. Sticky Password seemed to do quite well when testing form data and other online activities that required login information. If you’re looking for a password manager that works on multiple browsers, then Stick Password is probably what you’re looking for.
Can use the same password in multiple browsers, eliminating the need to enter login data for each individual browser.
Glitchy when detecting applications, doesn’t have as many features as other competitors.
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