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Logging in to websites

The next time you open a browser, make sure you are signed in to your SecureAnywhere account. When you're signed in, the Password Manager can automatically fill in the user name and password for you.

To log in to a website using Password Manager:

  1. Open Internet Explorer or Firefox. Log in to your SecureAnywhere account by clicking the Webroot icon in your browser's toolbar, then entering your SecureAnywhere user name and password.

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  2. Open a website where you previously saved login credentials with the Password Manager.

    The Password Manager remembers the login credentials for you. The Webroot icon appears at the end of the fields to indicate that the login information is stored in the Password Manager. The user name and password fields are automatically filled in, unless you selected Require Password Reprompt in the Add Webroot Site dialog.


Note: For further instructions, see the Passwords User Guide at Webroot's SecureAnywhere Help and Product Guides page.