Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby The REAL JE from Canada » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:23 pm

Is Sticky Password 6 compatible with IE 11 now or will it be in the future?
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Re: Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby Evzen » Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:01 pm

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Re: Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby nick » Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:06 pm

So, Sticky Password which is meant to protect your data requires that we turn off a security feature in IE that is there to protect our browsing.

Does anyone else see something conceptually wrong here with Sticky Password's solution!!!

They should fix SP to run in the default mode of the browser. Not only for existing users ... but, also because they'll loose sales from prespective clients who'll just see that SP is disabled by default in IE 11 and think it won't work.
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Re: Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby Evzen » Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:36 pm

It is highly questionnable whether the EPM actually DOES bring any REAL additional security...
Does it mean that all those other Internet Explorers not using EPM are soo horribly insecure?! Oh, my! How could we live so blinded all the time?! How comes we actually survived so far with so insecure browsers?!

If you care so much about security, why do you actually use Internet Explorer, which is famous for its security flaws?!

Sorry for the irony, just trying to make the point...

Do you know any more technical details about EPM? What is it, how does it actually achieve the "extra security", etc.?
There are several serious technical limitations which are hard to overcome... let's say it simply disallows plugins to access the loaded webpage data ==> it effectivelly disables that very stuff which allows Sticky to automatically fill the data into a form and log you in automatically...
Now tell me, who is actually to blame - Sticky for not doing its job, or Microsoft for not letting Sticky to do its job?!

BTW, Sticky is not the only one having hard time with EPM.

And yes, AFAIK Sticky team is working hard on making Sticky playing fine with EPM - it means, finding a completely new and different way to be able to autofill and submit forms again in IE with EPM turned on.
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Re: Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby chaosxian » Sat Nov 16, 2013 7:24 am

Evzen wrote:It is highly questionnable whether the EPM actually DOES bring any REAL additional security...
Do you have some real data behind your assertion that you would share?

Your anti-Microsoft diatribe does no favors for the Sticky team. Updating for EPM compatibility is a reasonable expectation, which I am confident the Sticky team will manage alongside ongoing v7 tweaks.
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Re: Sticky Password 6 and IE 11

Postby Evzen » Sat Nov 16, 2013 11:06 am

Simply google for some articles describing the technical background of EPM and understand what it means. That's all.
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