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Login Credentials Vault

The Login Credentials tab shows usernames and passwords that finds stored in your web browsers.

How to scan your login credentials

  • To run a scan click the Scan button.
  • After the scan has finished you will see a list of the usernames and passwords that IDSeal Pro-Tec has found.
  • The passwords will be masked for privacy reasons, but can be revealed by checking the ‘Show Passwords’ box.
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How to delete a username and password record

Delete: The delete option will remove selected (checked) usernames and passwords from your browser’s memory. If you choose this option,
the web browser will not automatically enter your username and password into the login fields on websites.

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Encrypting a login credential into the Vault

Select one or more credentials and click ‘Move to Vault’. When you move one/multiple login credentials to the Vault, IDSeal Pro-Tec will remove the usernames and passwords from your browser’s memory and store them in an encrypted vault. If you choose this option, the web browser will not automatically enter your username and password into the login fields on websites.

You will need to open the Vault to copy your password to the clipboard so you can paste it into a web page’s password field. Entering the Vault requires your Windows username and password combination as a safety measure once per session.

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Do I have to delete or to move to the Vault?

No. you do not have to take any action. You can leave your credentials in the browser’s memory. While less secured, this provides the convenience of the browser auto-populating your credentials into the web page’s login fields.

How to get access to the Vault

Click on the View Vault button

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Enter your windows Username and Password and click OK

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How to lock the Vault

To lock the Vault you need to click on the lock icon and the vault will be password protected again

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How to add a new entry to the Login Credential Vault

  • 1. Click the “+” Icon
  • 2. New windows will open
  • 3. Choose a category
  • 4. Add a title (not a must)
  • 5. Add url
  • 6. Add user name
  • 7. Add password
  • 8. Confirm the password
  • 9. Click ‘OK’
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How to delete entry from the Login Credential Vault

  • Select the record you wish to remove
  • Click the “-“ icon
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Confirm you are sure you want to delete

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How to edit Login Credential in the vault

  • Chose the Login Credential you wish to edit
  • Click the edit icon
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How to copy a password from the vault

  • Select an entry by checking the box on the left.
  • Click the copy icon
  • Paste you password Ctrl + V into the desire location.
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How to import passwords to the vault

Click on the import Icon

  • Select your .csv file format – you can download sample file from here Download
  • All the passwords in your list will be imported

How to export your password from the vault

Click on the export icon and save the file in your local location

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How to find a specific entry in the vault

You can use the search box to find your entry by entering the user name or website relevant to that login credential.

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How to add category in the vault

Your usernames and passwords can be categorized in a list of personalized or general categories.

To add a new category:

  • Click the ‘+ ‘ icon
  • Enter a category name
  • Click ok
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IDSeal Titan provides tools and resources to protect your data and identity, but it is impossible to eliminate the risk of cybercrime or identity theft entirely. Your own efforts to prevent unauthorized access play an important role, and the security of your personal information depends on your use of proper physical, electronic and procedural safeguards.