A user that wants to take advantage of Cyclonis Password Manager 's useful features must first make sure that they have installed the browser extension for Chrome, and that the Cyclonis Password Manager logo is visible in Chrome’s toolbar. This logo needs to be active for the user to be able to use the features of the browser extension. If the Cyclonis Password Manager desktop application is not running in the background, or the user is not logged in with their master password, the Cyclonis Password Manager logo will be displayed as a discolored icon. If the user clicks on this colorless logo and the Cyclonis Password Manager desktop application is not active, the user will be asked to either run it or download it and then launch it.
From there on out, it’s pretty simple to use Cyclonis Password Manager to save time and effort while browsing. Whenever the user visits a website, they may enter their username and password into said website’s login form. After the user logs into their account, a Cyclonis Password Manager prompt will appear, asking the user whether or not to save their login information to the user’s own private vault. The Account Title field is filled out, by default, with the username for the account of the user, which the user can edit at any time. The user can modify it at any time using the Websites sub-tab under the Password Manager tab in the Cyclonis Password Manager application.
Clicking ‘Save’ ensures that the user’s login information will be stored in the user’s own private vault. A user that does not wish to store the login information for this website at this time, you may click Cancel.
If the user does not wish for Cyclonis Password Manager to ask them whether or not to save the login information for this website ever again, they have the option to quickly and easily do that by selecting the ‘Never for this site’ option.
A user can choose for Cyclonis Password Manager to request a master password input before logging in to this managed account. This is done by checking off the ‘Require master password’ checkbox. If the user selects this option, they will need to enter their master password every time they wish to access this particular login.
If the user chose to use a cloud-based storage provider, their login data would be synced across all other available devices.
Additionally, users can store website login information in their vault to use when they load a registration page. Users will note the Cyclonis Password Manager logo icon in an input field (e.g., username or password). A small window should appear and give you the option to Add a new account to Cyclonis Password Manager.