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The Password Manager allows you to create a secure password for all your Web site transactions, automatically remember your user name and password, and automatically fill in fields and forms. By using the Password Manager, you never need to remember multiple passwords again.
The Password Manager works with both Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers.
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To learn more about Password Management, read the following FAQs.
Open your browser and log into your Webroot account from the Webroot toolbar.
Open a Web site that requires you to enter a password,
such as a banking site. Enter your user name and password for the site.
You will see a Webroot toolbar at the top of your browser, which prompts you to save the site information.
Click Save Site.
In the dialog that opens, enter your user name and password for this site.
The next time you access this Web site, the Password Manager remembers the information for you. For more information, see Creating password-managed sites.
Yes, you can use unique passwords for each Web site. The Password Manager
remembers all passwords for you
Yes, when you create a password-managed site, you have the option of requiring the Password Manager to always re-prompt you for the password when you visit that site again. This can be helpful for Web sites that contain confidential information, such as your banking sites, and you want to make sure no one using your computer can access your personal information. If you forget the password for any sites that require a re-prompt, you can log into the Webroot Portal, go to the MyIdentity page, and view all passwords saved in the Password Manager.
The Password Manager works mainly with Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. However, you can use some limited functions with other browsers by using bookmarklets. For more information, see Creating bookmarklets.
Yes, we store your sensitive data in a encrypted state using the same method the US Government uses for Top Secret data. The encrypted data is meaningless to Webroot and to anyone else without the decryption key. This key is stored on your own computer and is created from your e-mail address and master password. It is never sent over the Internet and is never stored on Webroot servers.
Webroot can send you a password hint, if you entered one when you created
your Webroot account. Simply click Forgot
Your Password? in the Sign-on screen and follow the instructions
from there. For more information, see What should I do if I forget my account password?.