In Client Web Page Credentials Management

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    Tagir Gadelshin

    Jason Simpkin

    that is a great idea! At this point we only save browser profiles -- which means that the page should behave just like your browser do -- saving session and re-logging you if the webpage lets you do that. It uses cookies, which is relatively secure way of doing re-authentication. 

    Saving credentials may cause a big security issue, as what it requires to do is to store credentials somewhere. Basically we would need a password manager for that. But even after that -- each webpage works differently which makes this feature quite hard to implement (everything is possible, of course, but it's a question of cost)

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    Jason Simpkin

    That's an interesting thought that you could have a password manager integration.

    My original thought was that administrators can provide access to credentials - not necessarily view them. you can kind of do that in a few enterprise password managers.

    It would easy to manager if you could set up credentials in the role manager and assign credentials to a role or user. If the user could simply click on the link like this https://keeform.org/ and it opens the page and fills the fields for them it would be ideal.

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