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Norton 360 version 4.0 Identity protection


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Are you using this, and if so, what do you think of it?

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¿ unsure ¿

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No go here also.

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babybell

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but just for remembering my many site logins. PCAdvisor and my local rugby team website. Now when I visit and click login, i type in one password and it does the rest. I dont use the card details autocomplete because with all the different boxes to fill in, i have found that information gets posted in the wrong sections. Surnames in Forenames for example. As a test I am willing to give it ago on this Beta, I will get back to you with how it goes

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sunnystaines

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the login password feature in version 3 was good and rock solid, in the beta its hit and miss as to will it work or not.

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Giant68

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I've always been a little paranoid about storing passwords etc on a pc but I'll give it a go with some site logins and see what happens.

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joebloggs1

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I have not used this either. I have used Roboform for years just to remember the passwords to access websites, and to fill forms with my name, address, e-amil address etc. (don't use it for anything too personal). This appears to do same job.

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BRYNIT

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I tried it but did not like it. I also use Roboform like joebloggs1 which I find easier to use.

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