Log into websites with a single click
The EasyLogin toolbar button for Internet Explorer allows you to log into websites
using a single mouse click.
Version 2.0 is now available, with the following features:
- One touch Login to any HTML site
- Save time on typing usernames and passwords
- Saves login information as a favorite, which you can place anywhere on your
computer and even email to someone else, or add to a website
- Once created the EasyLogin bookmark will work in any modern browser
- Tested on many websites including gmail, yahoo and aol
- NEW: Version 2.0 has better support for multiple forms on a page and
limited support for pages with frames
- Totally free, with no popup adverts or spyware
To Use EasyLogin
go to the webpage where you would like to log in, and type your username and
password as you would normally do. Instead of clicking the Submit button on the
website click the EasyLogin toolbar button. This will create an EasyLogin link
and you will be asked where you would like to save it.
Once your EasyLogin link is created you can simply click it to log in.
The EasyLogin runs Windows XP, and should run on all other windows systems too.
Simply download, unzip
file and follow the instructions to add the toolbar button to your Internet
An Important Note About Security
EasyLogin works by storing your username and password in a special URL. When
you click that URL the information is sent unencrypted to the iconico.com
servers. We do not store this information or use it for any purpose other than
to automatically fill in your login form for you.
If you are concerned about storing your username and password on your computer
or sending that information via our server unencrypted then please do not use
EasyLogin. We recommend you use EasyLogin for low risk logins such as online
Your login information will be stored as part of the favorite URL. To remove
your login information and the easy login link locate the link in the Internet
Explorer favorites menu, right click the link with your mouse and select 'Delete'.
Then locate your Recycle bin located on your desktop, right click it and select
'Empty Recycle Bin'.