Suffering from password fatigue? Don't trust 3rd party extensions that want to access all the content on every page you visit?…
Suffering from password fatigue? Don't trust 3rd party extensions that want to access all the content on every page you visit? Check out Password Mojo: ⁃ Quick and easy to use password generator. ⁃ Reduces the "password fatigue" of creating and remembering lots of good passwords. ⁃ Support for multiple accounts across sites. ⁃ Does NOT contain any network code, runs 100% locally on your computer. ⁃ Extension does NOT have access to the contents of web pages you visit. ⁃ Does NOT store web history anywhere so safe to use in incognito mode. ⁃ Drag-and-drop approach does NOT leave the password in the clipboard. ⁃ Second generation Chrome extension with access permissions locked down tight for better security. ⁃ No executable or binaries to install. Easy to use at work and home. ⁃ Uses "hashing" approach to generate strong passwords for any site. ⁃ Fingerprint uses strong, native crypto.getRandomValues. ⁃ Fully open source so you know what you're running.
- (2013-11-07) gen evieve: Start using it and you'll find you can't live without it. Hoping an Android version is in the works.
- (2013-05-01) Play with it and you'll love it. As long as you're on the correct site with an active username registered in the app, it works great. Only two problems so far: 1)Google registers a unique password as different when you type it in yourself versus drag and drop. This is a problem because if you ever have to type google password in manually (i.e. random computer, phone, etc...) it will not allow you to log in. You have to use the drag and drop. Conversely, if you type the password mojo given password in yourself, it will see the password as incorrect when you try to drag and drop it. 2)Sites that are different but use same username and password (i.e. justin.tv and twitch.tv). My account is set up through Justin TV so they both use that same password, but when I want to log into twitch tv I can't use this app because it assigns a different password for twitch than it does justin tv.
- (2013-03-05) That Guy: Not the easiest to use, but it's very privacy minded. Drag and drop prevents the password from being put in the clipboard. The extension doesn't even have access to the pages' content! Regarding Arnold's comment about being in the way, the video shows if you drag the password up, the dialog minimizes.
- (2012-09-22) Arnold Saenz: Been looking for drag and drop password hash for a long time. Only thing is MJ is in fixed position which might block some site's password field. Need to be able to drag it out of way in such cases. Also need user ability to change attributes of individual password fields (Aa1$). Otherwise great extension.