Do you ever need to login with your passwords on a computer that isn’t your own? Do you ever use public computers at school, at a neighbor’s house, or in the library or an internet cafe? If the answer is yes, then you’ll definitely want to check out the Sticky Password portable version. Sticky Password gives you the freedom to use your passwords on computers when you don’t have your computer or smart device with you.
Here are a few of the highlights about the very useful Sticky Password portable version, especially if you carry a USB device around with you, anyway (I know I do!):
- provides secure access to your passwords when you can’t avoid having to use a PC that isn’t yours
- works with IE, and Firefox and Chrome
- of course, even on your USB device, your database is always encrypted and protected by your Master Password
- works on PCs only
Today, I’ll show you how to create your Portable Passwords – and give you safe access to your passwords even when it’s not your computer.
Login to Sticky Password on your PC. Click the Sticky Password icon in the system tray in the lower right corner of your screen and select Open Sticky Password.
Click Menu in the upper right corner and select Tools – Portable Passwords.
Insert your USB flash drive into an available USB port. Select the device on which the Portable Version will be saved and click Create.
Your portable version has been successfully created. Now you can use your passwords on any PC without having to install Sticky Password on the computer. Simply insert your USB flash drive with your Sticky Password portable version into the USB port. The portable version works with IE (plug and play), and Firefox and Chrome (plugins required).
When the Autoplay window appears, click Open folder to view files.
Double click on Sticky Password (you’ll be looking for file type ‘Application’).
Unlock your Sticky Password using your Master Password.