, do you log off whenever you leave a site? TIf you stay logged in that would explain why you don't see a "remember me". It will only show when you need to log in--a certain url will show a form to fill out. If you are already logged in you won't see that form.
I'm going to try and see if registering as a different username and password at these sites will solve the problem.
If you haven't tried this already, look for a log off or log out link. Then log off and see if you can find a remember me option. I just went to Photobucket and there is one there when you aren't already logged in. Sorry it's unclear to me whether or not you understand how this works or if you do really have a problem with Roboform. I don't use it, but know it's a combination of a password manager and form filler. If it is filling in form when you ask it to, it should be working correctly. If there is no form there for it to fill out your login info--because you are already logged in--then there is nothing for it to do there either.
Not all websites have the same protocols for logging in and auto-login. Also, some forum software will now log you off automatically according to certain parameters--just depends on how the forum is configured--so it may not be a problem on your end but just certain sites.buckoo-ziwei
, Internet Explorer does not have a Password Manager, per se. The closest thing to it is AutoComplete
<--click this link for a description and you can read how it works and can be set.
mentioned, XP itself and IE don't store your passwords in a Password manager type program or in a file that is easily readable. Passwords saved in IE's AutoComplete are encrypted and as best I can tell are in your history cache in a file that takes a thrid party utility to read and is not easy to delete if becomes corrupt.
If you want to see a list of your passwords, you really need to use a third party password manager. Firefox has one, but I don't use it as it is somewhat limited and not sure how secure it is--but as you mentioned you can view your login information thru it. You can get a password manager that is simply that--it only keeps a record of the login info, which is what I use. Acerose
is not as automated, you have to fill in your own details and copy them to the clipboard to paste them into forms--but I prefer it that way as an added bit of security. Or something like Roboform that will fill in forms for you also. Comodo has a new free app out, but back when I tried it out, the form filling function only worked for IE.Comodo i-VaultRoboform
I believe there are some others listed in Freeware Replacements For Common Commercial Apps