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    autologin for websites?

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    Question autologin for websites?
    Is there such program, script, or automator configuration that will do something of this nature:

    log you in to websites you specify using the credentials you specify every day, week, month, etc. without you having to do much.

    reason:

    i belong to some websites that will deactivate you if inactive for a certain period of time. so my hopes are to acquire a program that will allow me to enter in the website, and my credentials and a frequency preference and it will just do it for me.

    any thoughts?

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    autologin for websites?
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    If its what I'm thinking you mean, i use 1Password to do this. With a keyboard shortcut, with the 1Password Extension for Safari i can log into ANY site with only pressing 2 keys. the Command and \ key and I'm logged in . . . .

    ??? Worth a look as 1Password is more than just a Password Vault/Generator

    Then again i could be missing your point completely

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    autologin for websites?

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    downloaded it and it seems to be doing the job in a sense. i was looking for something more specific regarding the intervals to which one would se the app to log the user into specific websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smssoleimani View Post
    downloaded it and it seems to be doing the job in a sense. i was looking for something more specific regarding the intervals to which one would se the app to log the user into specific websites.
    Not sure of a App that has the specifics you are looking for. There could well be a Automator Script out there to do what you want, but not needing it i havnt gone looking. Glad it somewhat does what you want

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    That would be quite the security risk, I would think.

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