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Locking my passwords in the Chrome dropdown against unauthorised access

There does not appear to be anyway of locking the passwords when I access them from the drop down on the Norton Identity Safe Chrome toolbar icon.after I have opened my vault

To reproduce

  • click on the Chrome NIS icon
  • a drop down list of saved sites appeared
  • hover over one of the displayed sites and a cog appears
  • click on the cog and a form displaying the title, login URL, user name and password displayed
  • against the password are an eye icon to show the password and a copy icon to copy it to the clipboard - both of which work without requiring any further authentication

I have selected the 'Always require Vault Password before filling a log in or form'  option which works fine when I try and login via a site login page but can be completely bypassed by following the above route.- which makes this Setting almost completely worthless.

The same concern applies to the 'My Vault' Editor

The passwords are only secured when the Vault is locked again which appears to take several hours (I can't see an option for changing this period).

My concern is that my passwords are completely exposed if somebody accesses my computer whilst I am away from it after I have logged into my vault (or if it gets stolen)

My preferred option would be to be able to set out my own timeout on the Vault so that it logs out after 5-10 minutes of no-use (which is the way the old NIS worked) a

The other option would be to request the Vault password when I try and view the password via the drop down or the My Vault page as well as when I try and login on the site.

This feels like a massive hole in NIS at the moment which makes me very nervous.

At the moment, I am having to remember to close the value everytime I use it (which I quite often fail to do).

Richard

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Re: Locking my passwords in the Chrome dropdown against unauthorised access

My concern is that my passwords are completely exposed if somebody accesses my computer whilst I am away from it after I have logged into my vault (or if it gets stolen)

If you are concerned about others accessing your information, you should close the browser, which will log you out of the vault. Better yet, maybe even lock your computer. That way no one can get at any information while you are away from the computer.  

The ultimate security of the data on a users computer is up to the user to be proactive. 

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
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Re: Locking my passwords in the Chrome dropdown against unauthorised access

Doesn't work for me because a) I can't predict when my computer might get stolen/lost (predicting the future is not that easy for us mortals)  and closing my browser every time I walk away from my computer is just not feasible;  and b) I am still on Windows 7 and locking my computer under Windows 7 is almost a complete waste of time.

My request is simple:   please can Norton add an option where a user can specify a time period that NIS remains open for after logging in (eg 5, 10, 15 mins) after which it automatically logs you out of your vault.    This is what the old Windows app did.   

Or alternatively also have an option whereby the Vault password is requested everytime one tries to view/access/use a password.   The current feature where it only requests the password when using the password to log into a site seems to me to be completely worthless as there are two other routes to getting to a password without re-entering the password.    Can you explain the value of the current feature because I just can't see it.

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Re: Locking my passwords in the Chrome dropdown against unauthorised access

My request is simple:   please can Norton add an option where a user can specify a time period that NIS remains open for after logging in (eg 5, 10, 15 mins) after which it automatically logs you out of your vault.    This is what the old Windows app did.   

It may sound simple to a user. But the developers might have a different view on this.

Since the new browser extensions have come out, there have been many, many requests for more control over the time out for ID Safe. No news yet. Although, most of those wanted the opposite of your request in that they felt the vault closed too quickly.

This might be a good suggestion for the Product Suggestions board https://community.norton.com/forums/product-suggestions

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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