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I’ve previously addressed issues with the Roboform toolbar on this site. I use it since FF has never offered to save any PW, with the exception of banks and other financial institutions. Around 100 IDs and PWs are only available in Roboform. I’m also having difficulties. I need to get rid of that software and switch to PassWordSafe or Keepass, both of which I’ve downloaded. Is there a way to transform the database? I’m unable to even access them in order to copy them by hand. No, I’m not going to fix Roboform again.
LoveMyFoxy wrote:I use it because FF has never offered to save any PW, with the exception of banks and other financial institutions.
What settings do you have under Tools > Options > Protection > Passwords > [Is] Remember Passwords for Sites [Checked]?? If it doesn’t, it won’t. Those extensions listed are something I’m not sure about. However, keep in mind that there is a “Master Password” option in “Safe” that makes your passwords more stable.
LoveMyFoxy wrote:I use it because FF has never offered to save any PW, except banks and other institutions, of course.
What settings do you have under Tools > Options > Protection > Passwords > [Is] Remember Passwords for Sites [Checked]?? If it doesn’t, it won’t. Those extensions listed are something I’m not sure about. However, keep in mind that there is a “Master Password” option in “Safe” that makes your passwords more stable. My settings are perfect, and I’ve used every version of FF since it was first published around 6 or 8 years ago. It would NEVER offer to save PWs if my settings were incorrect. I’ve just learned to deal with it because it offers to save on about 80% of pages. Furthermore, having such a critical database overlapping and distributed through many machines is a positive thing.
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I began using Roboform password manager in Windows in 2005 or so, without giving much thought to whether it was future-proof or which platforms it supported… It was, I believe, the first product in this group. I painstakingly entered all of my current logins and used it to save all of my new ones.
It doesn’t save your userids/passwords to your browser automatically (add-ons can do that, but I’m not sure I trust them), so I have to use a key or mouse combination to access it that way.
Another option with KeePass programs to make entering login names and passwords much simpler without incorporating it into your browsers is “Auto-Type,” which enables you to enter all login names and passwords with one keystroke combination. This is the first time I’ve used this option.
Create an HTML file with your logins. To do so, open RoboForm’s Passcard Editor (‘Edit Passcards’ or ‘RoboForm Editor’ in the Windows start menu) and select ‘Passcard’ -> ‘Print List’ from the editor’s main menu (in newer versions, select ‘Print List’ -> ‘Logins’ from the ‘RoboForm’ button). Click the ‘Save’ button in the dialog that appears. Click ‘Save’ after selecting a position and a file name.
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You’ve come to this page because you have a file with the extension.rfo.
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The file extension is used to identify files.
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rfo can only be initiated by those programs. It’s conceivable that. rfo files are data files, not documents or media, and are therefore not intended to be accessed.
RoboForm is a password manager and form filler program. It keeps track of passwords and logs into websites automatically. It automatically fills out registration and checkout forms by saving and retrieving information about the user. RoboForm uses a Passcard to store online passwords. After the password has been saved, the app will prompt the user to fill it out each time they access the login page. Through the Identity function, RoboForm will fill out long non-password forms from the personal profile. The user’s identity will be filled out once with all of their personal information, and the program will then type the information into Web page forms for them. It defends against phishing by only logging into login URLs that fit, and it generates secure random passwords to further enhance password protection. It uses advanced RoboForm technology and has military-style encryption for logins. It’s also portable, with the ability to run passwords from any USB or U3 drive, and it’s compatible with PDAs such as Windows Mobile, Palm, Blackberry, and Symbian. It operates with a number of browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, AOL, MSN, and others.
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I’m still a newbie. With one minor hiccup, I was able to migrate my data from Roboform according to your instructions. I saved the.htm file from Roboform with an incorrect name. Since my Windows filename contained blanks, your tool, which was searching for an.htm file, was unable to locate it (it saw the file as a folder). One helpful tip for new users is to call your Roboform file appropriately when saving it. Some of us will not realize that when you suggest “filename.html,” you mean “exactly this name.”
1 – Open RoboForm – RoboForm is always open, it runs in the TaskBar, so I’m not sure what you’re talking about here unless you say open the RoboForm Editor, which you can do by clicking the icon in the TaskBar and selecting Editor.
3 – Pick Logins – If phase 2 is referring to the Editor’s main menu, there is no Logins option to choose from. If Step 2 is referring to the TaskBar icon’s Logins Sub Menu, this simply opens another sub menu that is not selectable. Inside the Editor, there is a Logins Tab that can be selected.