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Easy Login: Infinite usernames/passwords/websites

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I made this program, like my other script I posted today in another language and decided to re-write it as well to learn some more AutoIt. So here it is.

FYI:

You must have the Username field selected before pressing the hotkey (Currently set as 1).

Also, if more than one tab is required for the password to be accessed then the script will not work properly

HotKeySet("1", "Login")
HotKeySet("2", "NewLoginInfo")

Global $Websites, $LoginName, $LoginPassword, $WebSiteSet, $LogInState

While 1
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func Login()
    $Count1 = 0
    Do
        $Count1 += 1
        $Website = IniRead("; Put location of INI here", "Websites", "URL" & $Count1, "NotFound")
        If WinActive($Website) Then
            $WebSiteSet = $Website
            $WebSite = "NotFound"
        EndIf
    Until $Website = "NotFound"
    
While $LogInState = 0
    $LogInState += 1
    $LoginName = IniRead("; Put location of INI here", "Usernames", "Username" & $Count1, "NotFound")
    $LoginPassword = IniRead("; Put location of INI here", "Passwords", "Password" & $Count1, "NotFound")
    Send($LoginName)
    Sleep(10)
    Send("{TAB}")
    Sleep(10)
    Send($LoginPassword)
    Sleep(10)
    Send("{ENTER}")
WEnd
EndFunc

Func NewLoginInfo()
    $Count1 = 0
    Do
        $Count1 += 1
        $Website = IniRead("; Put location of INI here", "Websites", "URL" & $Count1, "NotFound")
        If $Website = "NotFound" Then
            $NewWebSite = WinGetTitle("[active]")
            IniWrite("; Put location of INI here", "Websites", "URL" & $Count1, $NewWebSite)
        $NewUserName = InputBox("New username", "Input new username here")
        IniWrite("; Put location of INI here", "Usernames", "Username" & $Count1, $NewUserName)
        $NewPassword = InputBox("New password", "Input new password here")
        IniWrite("; Put location of INI here", "Passwords", "Password" & $Count1, $NewPassword)
        EndIf
    Until $Website = "NotFound"
    EndFunc

So, you press 1 to login to the website (If you have a username/password saved for said site) and you press 2 to enter a new username/password.

Edited by Damein

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waouh!

and me, who worried me with the IE functions !

Does it works for all websites ?


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As far as I know, I haven't tested it on anything really secure such as my bank accounts, but for things such as forums I know it works.


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Just a heads up regarding this. It will only work to enter the Username and Password if the Username input is selected first, and the password will only be entered correctly if the Password input is exactly one TAB from Username. If you have to hit the tab key more than one time to get from username to password entry, this will fail.


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That is true, thank you for letting that be known. I will update my previous.

But as for the tabbing, I don't really know of anything that requires more than one tab to go from Username to Password, but meh! ;)


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