March 9, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Boston MA. batista.org has announced the availability of autoID version 2.0 which adds support for the popular browser Firefox from mozilla.org. autoID is a password manager for Mac OS X that allows users to log into web sites with the press of one key.
autoID allows users to keep hundreds of web site links, ID's and passwords without having to remember anything about a site. Once a special keystroke is hit autoID asks the web browser for the current page and locates the appropiate login information in its database. The login information is then "typed" for the user automatically.
With the additional support for Firefox, autoID now supports most major browsers such as Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Mozilla, iCab and Opera.
autoID can also be used to track serial numbers, credit card information, notes and more. Strong 448 bit encryption is used to keep the database secure. autoID is Universal binary that works with PowerPC and Intel Macs. Mac OS X versions 10.2 and up are supported, 10.4 is recommended.
batista.org has created Mac shareware since 1989. Some of the most popular programs created by Ricardo Batista include Extensions Manager, Popup Zapper, Safari Extender and others.
Contact: Ricardo Batista
23 Squire Rd.
Winchester, MA 01890