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Discussion in 'Community Help Center' started by VE3JMR, May 22, 2022.

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  1. VE3JMR

    VE3JMR XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Hi; I use a password manager and the way QRZ requires logins makes more work for me. First you put in your USERID then the page switches to another to enter the PASSWORD. Is there a single login page that both USERID and PASSWORD can be entered? That way I can click on my manager once and be logged in. The way it is now is time consuming and a real pain.
     
  2. K8VHL

    K8VHL XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    It's a security feature. My login process is seamless and takes less than 2 seconds. You can also just stay logged in rather than logging out after each session. Then you'll only have to log in periodically.
     
  3. VE3JMR

    VE3JMR XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    I'd like to know how you do it in 2 seconds. If you are storing your credentials inside your browser then you are looking for trouble. I have that feature turned off on all browsers. I use a third party password manager. ALL password managers need to see both login fields on one page or it does not work.

    I don't believe it to be a security feature. If it were, everyone else would be doing it. There needs to be one single login page for both login and password. Period. At least give some of us that option.

    Stay logged in? I thought you were into security features? Staying logged in ANYWHERE is opening the door to hacks. Nope, when I'm done, I logout to close all the files. There is no other secure way of doing it.
     
  4. K7CMA

    K7CMA XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Well... Google, Apple, and Microsoft all use a similar method to name just a few.

    If you're really worried about security you should have two factor authentication turned on.
     
  5. AB1YW

    AB1YW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I still (unfortunately, need to migrate) use LastPass and it handles two-page login forms mostly fine. Having a multitude of Google accounts can confuse it, but sites with only one login it can handle automatically, including QRZ.
     
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