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Sticky Password

Automatically Log In To Password-Protected Websites

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Admit it, you write down your passwords, don't you? And who can blame you, since there are so many websites that you need to log into, and so many passwords that require some funky combination of capital letters, numbers, and symbols? You know it's not the most secure method, but what's the alternative? Well, there's today's discount software promotion, Sticky Password, for starters!

Sticky Password is a personal password and form filing manager that automatically logs you into password-protected websites. With Sticky Password, there's no need to remember any of your passwords, since the application stores them securely for you. Need to come up with new passwords? Just let Sticky Password auto-generate one for you, and you can be sure that it'll be stronger than anything your human brain can come up with. And if you come across one of those long forms, you can rest easy in the knowledge that Sticky Password can fill out the entire form in just a single click!

Keylogging programs rely on you to type your login information so that they can record and steal your passwords. But with Sticky Password, these and other forms of eavesdropping malware are utterly defeated, since your logins are all automated. Plus, it's easy to get up and running quickly with Sticky Password, since the installation wizard offers full support for importing passwords from your existing browser or password management program!

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Drive Stark Naked Sticky Password 6 is top shelf stuff. I'm very happy with it.

That said, I have the following observation and questions
Sticky Password 7 is in Beta testing now.
What will the differences between 7 and 6 be?
Once 7 is released will you still support 6?
Will the owners of 6 be able to migrate to 7 at no charge?
If Sticky Passwords keeps offering it for free why should I buy it?
Aug 19 2013 at 10:45am Copy Link
Topup Dienthoai Thank for good news!
Aug 19 2013 at 1:49pm Copy Link
Adam Bridge Sounds great - what's the difference between this and RoboForm (except for the price) ?
Aug 19 2013 at 5:53pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Hello everyone, thanks for the comments. Sticky Password 7 introduces Android and iOS support with online synchronization. But we will also keep the Sticky Password "offline" version for those who do not want to have the database being synchronized over the internet.
Yes, we will still support version 6 at least for 1 year by meaning - updating the support for browsers.
Basically we offer a generous discount for v6 users while upgrading to v7.
These offers are not every day, just couple times per year to attract users, so we are not offering it for free all the time.

Adam - just try and see :-)
Sticky Password - Aug 19 2013 at 10:09pm Copy Link
InsaneXade yeah, I use last pass and that is enough for me, although the android and stuff is nice but really, lastpass is just a plugin for my browsers while this is an app to install.
Aug 20 2013 at 12:14am Copy Link
MechaBull Hi,
Is this version you are offering here on BitsDuJour the Free or Pro version? It doesn't say Pro and there isn't any details about it having limitations to the amount of users and passwords that it can store. If it is not the Free or Pro version, but maybe a special edition (stripped down options), then what version is it and how does it differ from the Free and Pro version?
Aug 20 2013 at 1:08am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team @MechaBull - it is the Pro version
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 1:12am Copy Link
zhxiang xie I have used LassPass, KeyPass and Sticky password 6. And my favorite one is sticky password.
LassPass store the password online, but I prefer local database to online database.
Aug 20 2013 at 1:16am Copy Link
w w I tried Sticky Password.And sometimes it does it's work.I prefer RoboForm much more.
Aug 20 2013 at 1:47am Copy Link
Bob Feigel The "Get It For Free" link isn't working. It's hanging. I'll try again tomorrow morning. But this kind of thing happens too often with BitsDuJour. Nor am I willing to share my friends list with a commercial Facebook page. I'd rather buy another application.
Aug 20 2013 at 2:59am Copy Link
john parmele I use it every day (from GAOTD). Highly recommended!
Aug 20 2013 at 3:21am Copy Link
Jeanne Esther Sticky Password is an excellent password manager that has saved me so much time.
I have used for many years now and have been very happy with it, so much so that I haven't been tempted to use another one.
Of course, I did try some others, including Roboform, EWallet, etc, but Sticky Password is the best of all for me, for daily use, both online and offline.
The only area where it only came short was in the lack of Android support.
I'm glad the developers are working on a future release.

The last version downloaded here let me down a bit, as it wouldn't allow me to add support for my portable browsers, because it came predefined with the main program files such as opera.exe, seamonkey.exe, firefox.exe, etc. whereas my portable browsers come as operaporable.exe, seamonkeyportable.exe, firefoxportable.exe etc, so that was a bit of let down.

But I would still recommend it to anyone who has never tried it.

Some of the Pro features (for me):
- It's always on the lookout for phishing risks and warns you of any redirection which could be a possible phishing attempt from fraudulent sites.
- It works well to manage passwords on your machine with programs which need login details offline.
- It's easy to create portable versions when you are out and about, so you can easily take your encrypted passwords with you on a USB.

I haven't needed much support with it, as it quite easy to use.

If you have never used it, take advanta
Aug 20 2013 at 4:12am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Thanks Jeanne for the positive comment. Currently we are in the Beta testing of the Android versions, so anyone is more then welcome to try it out too.
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 5:02am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Bob Feigel - Please try the button again and empty your browser cache if you're having issues.
Just for the record we're not asking you to share your friends list, simply click a Like button.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 20 2013 at 5:08am Copy Link
Pam R I've tried an earlier version of this program and like it...except for one thing: it automatically submitted the page. On several sites, I have multiple accounts and need to change the log-in information. Sticky Password had no provision for this....has it been corrected?
Aug 20 2013 at 10:03am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Pam R - what do you mean it automatically submitted the page? That is how form filler works.. but you can disable the autofill and fill in pages manually with a Caption Button.
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 10:38am Copy Link
Pam R Other form-fillers enter the information but do NOT submit the form (as in pressing Enter or clicking the log-in button). Some (like Norton Identity Safe) store multiple log-in information and allow you to select which to use.
Aug 20 2013 at 11:44am Copy Link
Bob Feigel Nico Westerdale - Must be an issue with the link and my browser (Firefox 23.0.1). Cached cleared. But the only time I was able to get the Get It Now Link to work it launched a pop-up window that clearly stated that if I approved the accept button I agreed to share my user profile and friends list.

In the end I opened the offer in MS Internet Explorer (which I rarely use) and the link opened seamlessly. But since I was already on my FB account in Firefox, I copy & pasted that link back into Firefox and was able to Like the page and download the software without any further problems. But there definitely appears to be some strange bugs using the Get It Now link using Firefox.
Aug 20 2013 at 1:09pm Copy Link
Braden Parker Very nice. I've been looking for something to replace lastpass. I don't relish the idea of my various login credentials being stored on someone else's machine(s). This fits the bill quite nicely and I am loving it. In fact, I imported my entire lastpass data and it's been working nicely ever since. Deleted my lastpass account, too. Thanks so much for this freebie!
Aug 20 2013 at 2:16pm Copy Link
Gray Lox After yesterday's long struggle to get WinSnap, I had again problems getting this deal today.
In Firefox 23.0.1 and in Chrome I got only the endless rotating waiting doughnut.
Got the deal with IE.
Not sure what or who is the evildoer. Could it be the updated Firefox?
Or the updated Bits homepage?
Never had such trouble before.
Whatever - thanks for the offer, it comes just in time. As a paying user of Sticky, I'll use this extra key for a repaired old machine.
Now waiting for the Android update :)
Aug 20 2013 at 2:48pm Copy Link
BitBucket I'd like to see more hard information on what it's doing "under the hood". For example, does Sticky Password do any key stretching and if so how much?

KeePass gives the option to increase the number of rounds to increase security and, in part, protect those with "Password1" and "12345678"-type master keywords from themselves. This would be a fairly simple option to add, consisting mostly of doing what you already are, only more times.

You might also add AES 192 to your list of encryption algorithms, as I understand it's the safest version of the AES family Oh, and also Serpent.
Aug 20 2013 at 3:36pm Copy Link
Art Kns DLed & installed without very many expectations but was intrigued by its promise of integration with my browsers. This would allow a single DB of info instead of the three browser DBs I have now. Neither Roboform and Keepass do this using a local password DB so I got my hopes up.

However, the promise was mostly smoke and mirrors. It totally failed at the most important "feature" it needs - browser integration.
• It could not find my Firefox installation
• It didn't find/like my Opera installation (supports v15+ only?)
• It sent an extension to Seamonkey but it does not use the SM DB
nor will it export anything
• Out of hundreds of saved passwords it could not find a single one to import
which makes it practically worthless.
• No mechanism to tell StkPW where to find importable browser databases
•The App windows need larger/higher contrast borders.
They get lost among other windows.
• There is no help for settings. In fact, one cannot even open out-of-context
help when in settings.
• Minor glitch - Can't clear a birthday entry once clicked.

The benefit and necessary requirement of an app such as this is to be well integrated into multiple browsers. If you are only using one browser there is limited benefit over the builtin password manager. For multiple browsers, if it would work, it would offer the efficiency and security of a single secure DB and obviate the need to cut and paste from a separate app. to accomplish that goal they need to vastly improve their browser integration and database importation capabilities.
Aug 20 2013 at 8:05pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Pam R - we do the same, you just probably do not know how to set it up. Let us know at and we will describe it to you that in detail. Thanks
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 9:51pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Gray Lox - great, you can even join the Beta testing of the Android version right now if you want. Just let us know through our support form and we will send you the invitation.
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 9:53pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team BitBucket - you can choose between many encrypting algorithms.
Why should be AES 192 stronger than AES 256?
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 9:59pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Art Kns - there is definitely something wrong with the settings or the configuration. We work flawlessly with Firefox, Opera and Seamonkey, import their saved passwords and autofill them after that. Just let us know at and we will solve this issue for you.
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 10:02pm Copy Link
vb w64 FWIW, I installed this over a previous version, and not only did it work, but it also recognized/honored the previous license for commercial use. I also noticed that this license included a portable version as well, which I didn't see for today's.
Aug 20 2013 at 11:41pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team vb w64 - it always included Portable Version license inside
Sticky Password - Aug 20 2013 at 11:59pm Copy Link
Rich Cochran Got A free version 1 year ago that says its running out can I use this to extend it for another year till 7 is out?
Aug 21 2013 at 1:30am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Yes, you can use this number to prolongate the current. Thanks for using Sticky Password
Sticky Password - Aug 21 2013 at 2:41am Copy Link
jo co @sticky password team can i put the language from this program in Dutch (Netherland) ?
Aug 21 2013 at 5:03am Copy Link
VLM Is there an easy way to import RoboForm data? I have to say, I'm very happy with RoboForm and have used it for years. But this sounds interesting, with the phishing protection and all.

Are you committed to preserving an option to use a local database indefinitely? If a product such as this were to switch to the clouds, I would switch immediately to another product.
Aug 21 2013 at 5:24am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team VLM - yes, just follow the instructions in the Import dialog in Sticky Password or here in our FAQ: http://www.stickypassword...roboform-7

We will switch to the cloud, but we will also keep the offline version for users like you. Actually Roboform has only online version so if you think you are using it offline, you should reconsider. Or you are using their old version which will be soon old and not support new web browsers.
Sticky Password - Aug 21 2013 at 5:44am Copy Link

Aug 21 2013 at 7:55am Copy Link
VLM Thank you.

You write: "Actually Roboform has only online version so if you think you are using it offline, you should reconsider.". This statement is false. RoboForm's locates its data files exactly where I tell it to locate them. And I am definitely using the current version.
Aug 21 2013 at 9:18am Copy Link
Braden Parker Highly recommended here, folks! It's a steal! Literally.
Aug 21 2013 at 9:29am Copy Link
VLM Two comments:

1. RoboForm does allow for automatic submittal.

2. RoboForm's portable version is a separate product with a separate fee. Of course, if one just buys that version to begin with, then no problem. But it's quite nice that Sticky Password offers both an installed version and a portable version in a single package.
Aug 21 2013 at 9:30am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team VLM - yes, but they sync your data online.
Sticky Password - Aug 21 2013 at 10:03am Copy Link
y t Is there any substantial discount for sticky password users 6.0 to upgrade to version 7.0?
Aug 21 2013 at 10:22am Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Yes, there will be a significant discount for current users.
Sticky Password - Aug 21 2013 at 10:35am Copy Link
Dierk Nice looking product - but with a Single Computer Limitation (gee - not even 1 Desktop + 1 Laptop??), AND no Android App, real usefulness is rather limited at this time.

Will be looking forward to see what v7 brings to the party, and how integrated the main program is with the android app: Sticky PW could well become an Everyday Program if Desktop / Laptop / Mobile licenses & sync get sorted out.

(Have been spoiled by the robust sync capabilities of eWallet - it misses some functionality, esp on android, but currently feel that Data Security & Sync is still more important that other bells & whistles.)
Aug 21 2013 at 1:15pm Copy Link
BitBucket @ Sticky Password Team.

"Why should be AES 192 stronger than AES 256?"

My understanding is that there is an implementation error in the original 256 bit version of AES and in descending order of strength it goes AES 192, AES 128, and AES 256. I agree that I'm probably nit picking as it's still plenty strong enough for this kind of commercial/consumer level software, and real security weaknesses lie elsewhere.

Along with Twofish (which I'm using), Serpent was the strongest of the NIST finalists.

However you failed to address my point on key stretching. This IS very applicable at this level on this kind of software. I'm talking bcrypt, scrypt etc. You probably do it but in the absence of proper documentation, why should we trust you?

BTW, I think your on-screen mouse-only keyboard needs another shift key on the right-hand side. Heck, you could even put a third in the middle of the space bar. After all, no one is actually physically typing on it so it doesn't matter if it's non-standard.

There's a minor bug with the onscreen KB in that if you start typing with the mouse, then make edits manually, you must cancel the mouse KB then restart it before you can use mouse input again.

Anyway, thanks for a generally good program.
Aug 21 2013 at 2:19pm Copy Link
Sticky Password Team Dierk - we know, you can have however unlimited portable versions on your USBs and the Android version is in Beta right now.
Sticky Password - Aug 21 2013 at 10:20pm Copy Link
J S Thank you.
But facebook is not needed.
Aug 21 2013 at 11:27pm Copy Link
Austin James Hello Sticky Password Team,

After some confusion about your statements about the RoboForm product that we've been receiving, I just wanted to set a few details straight.

RoboForm Everywhere is a local based system with optional cloud based synchronization that we offer. RoboForm Everywhere does allow for users to synchronize between multiple machines and devices. Albeit this is confusing it does not encompass all of our license types and it can be used as a local only license type with no synchronization.

RoboForm Desktop is a standalone Windows license type for one machine, no synchronization or data is transferred to us at any point as it is a local machine only based license.

RoboForm2Go is another Windows based license type for one media drive (usb, memory sticks, etc.) no synchronization or data is transferred to us at any point. Another one of our local only based licenses, for media only.

RoboForm for Mac is another standalone license for one Mac machine with no synchronization required. Our other available local only based license type.

I hope this provides some clarity and helps you better answer questions comparing our product to yours.

Other details on RoboForm to help provide clarity on the differences can be found at:
Aug 22 2013 at 1:10am Copy Link
Morgan Freer Hello, I'm new here to Bits. I noticed a password manager being given away so I looked because I currently pay for mine. Sticky Password are you only in the cloud/online? I apologize if this was already asked. Sticky password there is a version of Roboform not in the cloud, it's called Roboform pro and it is just stored on your desktop. The cloud one is called everywhere. I use Roboform but I pay for it so I was wondering if I will still get the same features on Sticky Password but for free

Aug 22 2013 at 1:12am Copy Link

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