For pages where authentication is done via the "old school", pop up a dialog method, rather than with forms and cookies, there should be an option to automatically log in if the name/password pair is stored with the password manager.
Reporter, would bug 108166 solve this for you?
Assignee: darin → morse
Component: Networking: HTTP → Password Manager
QA Contact: tever → tpreston
No, this is not related to bug 108166. That bug has to do with the dialog you get if there is more than one username stored for the site. This bug has to do with the dialog that appears when the site does http authentication. At least that's my understanding of what the reporter is saying.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: --- → Future
Stpehen is correct: I want to automatically log into sites with http authentication, regardless of wether or not I have multiple user names for that site.
16 years ago
Summary: [RFE] Automatically log into sites for which the name/password is stored → [RFE] Automatically log into sites for which the name/password is stored (HTTP Basic Auth)
Reassigning to new module owner.
Assignee: morse → dveditz
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
I think Darin would be a more appropriate owner for this feature request
Assignee: dveditz → darin
Ability to autofill the user/pass boxes, but allow user to select which login to send. for websites like: http://swirve.com/login.asp
Created attachment 132646 [details] prefill.jpg Regarding comment 6 , probably the url is outdated, because it is not the same as what the reporter is asking for. See attachement prefill.jpg As it stands now, mozilla would prefill the http authentication popup, but you still have to click ok to enter. What the reporter is asking for is an option to silently login. I propose that a checkbox "do not ask me again" be added below the current checkbox. If both are checked, silently login in the future. Regarding concerns that someone may accidently opt for silent login, and then wishes to login using an alternate password - well, they can view saved passwords and delete. That would disable silent login. If my employer were to ever switch to mozilla, they would _pay_ to have this fixed. With 3 authentication prompts each time you visit an intranet site, ability to silently login (present in IE) is invaluable.
Same bug for Firebird: bug 223636
Summary: [RFE] Automatically log into sites for which the name/password is stored (HTTP Basic Auth) → Automatically log into sites for which the name/password is stored (HTTP Basic Auth)
14 years ago
Depends on: 265780
Assignee: darin → dveditz
QA Contact: tpreston
Target Milestone: Future → ---
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Status: NEW → UNCONFIRMED
This is a valid enhancement request that still applies to SeaMonkey 2.x
Assignee: dveditz → nobody
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
QA Contact: privacy
Would this involve the complete login to the account or merely filling in the user ID and password? If the former, I see a problem. I already have an account with a user ID and password. I want to setup a second account with a new user ID and a new password. How would I prevent the automatic login to the older account so that I can setup the newer account?
(In reply to David E. Ross from comment #11) > Would this involve the complete login to the account or merely filling in > the user ID and password? If the former, I see a problem. > > I already have an account with a user ID and password. I want to setup a > second account with a new user ID and a new password. How would I prevent > the automatic login to the older account so that I can setup the newer > account? A logout command would be useful, both with and without automatic logins.
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