IE 9 with RoboForm


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Gene E. Bloch

Gene E. Bloch wrote:
Doesn't Roboform comply with Windows NT security standards in honoring
separation of databases by user accounts (so one user account can't get
at the stored logins saved under a different user account)?
I have no idea because I have no experience with RoboForm, and I'm too
lazy to research it :)

Char Jackson, in his reply, points out an error of mine, due in part to
that very ignorance.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

On Mon, 06 Jun 2011 18:02:27 -0700, Gene E. Bloch
The vast majority of sites that I visit don't cause the login dialog
to come up just by visiting the site, including Amazon. I think I
remember two of about 300 of my saved sites that initially did that,
but they were easy to configure away.
Roger that, but I don't have anyone else using my computer, so there
isn't any real risk of someone sitting down and entering sites I don't
want them to enter.
That's why I mostly fear the above-mentioned termites and burglars :)
 
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Gene E. Bloch

I have no idea because I have no experience with RoboForm, and I'm too lazy
to research it :)
Char Jackson, in his reply, points out an error of mine, due in part to that
very ignorance.
Please ignore the second sentence - I had a brainquake :)
 
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Char Jackson

That's why I mostly fear the above-mentioned termites and burglars :)
Burglars do weird things during their 'visits', like making a sandwich
or taking a shower or perhaps even using the computer, but I wonder
how you feel about buglers? Those are the ones I worry about. :)
 
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Char Jackson

I have no idea because I have no experience with RoboForm, and I'm too
lazy to research it :)
And I'm likewise too lazy to create a second user account, but
considering that RoboForm stores MY login data in MY documents folder,
I'm assuming it does indeed respect the aforementioned NT security
standards. I might feel differently if that data was stored in a
public or shared folder, but it's not (by default, anyway), and it can
be encrypted and/or protected by a master password.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

On Tue, 07 Jun 2011 10:56:24 -0700, Gene E. Bloch
Burglars do weird things during their 'visits', like making a sandwich
or taking a shower or perhaps even using the computer, but I wonder
how you feel about buglers? Those are the ones I worry about. :)
I don't give a toot about them.

To be serious for a second, though. I heard a piece on NPR a couple of
days ago about how there are very few buglers left to play Taps at
military memorials, and the result is that they often play a canned
version. That makes me sad :-(

I may have found the reason they need canned music: my spell checker
doesn't recognize the word "buglers". Odd enough...
 
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Char Jackson

I don't give a toot about them.
Thanks, I knew I could count on you. :)
To be serious for a second, though. I heard a piece on NPR a couple of
days ago about how there are very few buglers left to play Taps at
military memorials, and the result is that they often play a canned
version. That makes me sad :-(
I heard that, too, but I thought it was quite a few years ago. The
local VFW played Taps at my father's funeral in 1991 and, you guessed
it, it was canned.
I may have found the reason they need canned music: my spell checker
doesn't recognize the word "buglers". Odd enough...
I hope you added it. :)
 
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Gene E. Bloch

I heard that, too, but I thought it was quite a few years ago. The
local VFW played Taps at my father's funeral in 1991 and, you guessed
Yes, I heard the earlier one too. Maybe they do the piece annually on
Memorial Day :)
 

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