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Does anyone know about the addon to firefox that creates a button which lets me select saved usernames for current website and after selecting one it fills the login form?

I was using it but after reinstall of my computer I can't find it. Thanks.

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The one that I'm aware of and use constantly is LastPass.

It is able to maintain multiple logins per domain, you can also link domains to use the same login.

It is also able to do form fills with multiple profiles, 2-factor authentication at lots more.

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well, thats not the one I meant but looks good to so Ill give it a shot. Thanks – simPod Jan 17 '14 at 16:18
Also worth noting that LastPass which i also use has an android app available at a minimal cost which i've found invaluable on my tablet and smartphone – Paul Jan 17 '14 at 16:23
Indeed, and an iOS one too. It also has tools for exporting your data, one time passwords for use in Internet Cafe's and more. Recommended by many security professionals. – Julian Knight Jan 17 '14 at 16:28

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