RoboForm Manual for Windows

Current through RoboForm Version 8.4.0

Siber Systems, Inc.
Copyright © 1999 - 2019

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: Installation and Account Setup

Requirements. RoboForm for Windows works on Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 as well as Windows Server. Supported browsers include Internet Explorer 8.0 or later and the latest Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera. All service packs and security patches must be installed.

Find your Download On the Download RoboForm page (roboform.com/download), Your Recommended Download for Windows will be at the top of the download options.

RoboForm install

For Microsoft Edge, Chrome OS, and Linux, find the respective Standalone Extension in the tabs of the RoboForm Download Page.

Chapter 2: Key RoboForm Terms

Login RoboForm saves online passwords into what we call a Login. RoboForm will offer to fill your Login details automatically when you visit the login page again.

Bookmarks Bookmarks are websites and web pages you can save to RoboForm, similar to a Bookmark on your browser. Bookmarks leaves you one click away from your favorite web pages.

Identity Your Identity is your personal profile. RoboForm can automatically fill in web forms, such as an online checkout. This can consist of name, phone number, address, driver's license, credit cards, etc.

Contact This is your Address Book. Each entry in this Address Book is called a Contact. A Contact is like an Identity but is not used for form filling. Instead, it is used to lookup other people’s personal data such as their name, phone number, address, etc.

Safenote You can store frequently-used text into what we call a Safenote. Safenotes provide storage for important information that is not automatically stored in Logins or Identity such as lock key combinations, secret family recipes, and software activation codes.

RoboForm Data All of your RoboForm items - your Logins, Bookmarks, Identities, Contacts, and Safenotes - make up your RoboForm Data.

Folder All of your RoboForm items can be categorized in Folders, similar to Windows Folders. Any item of RoboForm Data be organized into Folders - including other Folders!

Master Password This is the main password that unlocks all of your RoboForm Data for use. Do not forget your Master Password!

RoboForm Add-On This is the main vertical or horizontal RoboForm Browser application. RoboForm Add-On is the term that will be used to characterize both Extensions and Toolbars.

RoboForm Taskbar Icon This button initiates the RoboForm menu that is located next to your computer’s date and time. Taskbar allows you to access RoboForm outside of your browser.

RoboForm Editor This is an application within RoboForm. You can edit, create, and access RoboForm Data in the RoboForm Editor.

RoboForm Start Page This is a web page located at https://start.roboform.com that allows you to view and access your local RoboForm Data on Windows or Mac (but not with the standalone extensions). The Start Page cannot be accessed without RoboForm being installed.

RoboForm Online This is a site located at https://online.roboform.com/login which is comprised of:

Logins Menu All of your Logins are organized alphabetically in the Logins Menu. This menu can be found in RoboForm Add-Ons, Taskbar Icon, and RoboForm Editor.

Bookmarks Menu All of your Bookmarks are organized in the Bookmarks Menu. This menu can be found in RoboForm Add-Ons, Taskbar Icon, and RoboForm Editor.

Identities Menu All of your Identities are organized alphabetically in the Identities Menu. This menu can be found in RoboForm Add-Ons, Taskbar Icon, and RoboForm Editor.

Safenotes Menu All of your Safenotes are organized alphabetically in the Safenotes Menu. This menu can be found in RoboForm Add-Ons, Taskbar Icon, and RoboForm Editor.

Matching Login In the RoboForm Add-Ons, Matching Login finds which Login is the best fit for the web page you are visiting.

Identity Button In the RoboForm Add-Ons, the Identity Button shows an Identity that can fill the form on the web page.

Help Menu This menu has all the resources that will help you understand how to use RoboForm. If you run into any problem, this menu can connect you to one of our Customer Support representatives.

AutoSave Dialog This tool automatically pops up and offers to save Logins or Bookmarks for a web page.

Chapter 3: Browser Integration

RoboForm Data is accessible on your browser(s) by using your Master Password to login to RoboForm. It's important to remember and protect this password in order to securely access your encrypted RoboForm Data.

RoboForm works with your Browsers through Add-Ons. They will either be an Extension or a Toolbar. Find the browser(s) you use below to read more about browser-specific Add-Ons.

Extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera

RoboForm on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera appears as an Extension in the upper-right hand corner next to the Address Bar. Clicking the Extension icon will open a vertical drop down menu.

Browser Integration

For Visibility Options, right click the RoboForm Extension button and select Options. A new window will pop up with the following options:

Clicking the RoboForm Extension in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera opens a Vertical Menu of RoboForm Functions.

Browser Integration

Here are all the functions of the menu in detail:

Standalone Extension for Google Chrome

RoboForm for Chrome Standalone appears as a Standalone Extension in the top right corner next to the Address Bar. A Standalone Extension means that RoboForm and its functions are only accessible within the browser - RoboForm does not need to be installed onto your computer. Chrome OS and Linux users can only run RoboForm using this standalone extension.

Standalone Extension for Google Chrome

Here are all of the functions that are in the RoboForm Standalone Extension for Chrome.

Opening the RoboForm Extension in the top right corner lists many functions.

Standalone Extension for Google Chrome

Here are those functions in detail:

Standalone Extension for Google Chrome

They open up the following options:

Options

The Options for the Chrome Standalone Extension are separated into different tabs and are listed below:

Account shows the email associated with your account.

Security

AutoSave

Fill Forms

Search

Toolbar for Internet Explorer (IE)

RoboForm on Internet Explorer appears as a horizontal Upper Toolbar that is located below the Address Bar.

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A Lower Toolbar will appear at the bottom of Popup windows in IE and has the same functionality as the Upper IE Toolbar.

Here are all the functions available in the RoboForm Toolbar for Internet Explorer:

The RoboForm Button has a drop down menu that lists many functions that reappear in the rest of the Toolbar.

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Here are all the functions of the RoboForm Button:

Web Page Context Menu

Use the Web Page Context Menu when you need to open RoboForm from a web page that has no RoboForm Toolbar. This menu appears on web page when you right-click it.

You are able to Customize Menu, Fill Forms on the web page, Save Forms as a new Login, and Show RoboForm Toolbar if it is not visible.

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You can customize this menu in Options > Context Menu. Read more in Chapter 18: Options.

Standalone Extension for Microsoft Edge

RoboForm on Microsoft Edge appears as a Standalone Extension in the top right corner next to the Address Bar. A standalone extension means that RoboForm and its functions are only accessible within the browser - RoboForm does not need to be installed on your computer.

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You might have to attach the Extension to Edge by selecting the Three Dots in the top right corner of the browser, right-clicking the RoboForm Extension, and selecting Show Next to Address Bar.

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Opening the RoboForm Extension in the top right corner lists many functions.

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Here are all the functions available in the RoboForm Standalone Extension for Microsoft Edge:

Here are some more functions in the RoboForm Extension:

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The next part of the extension suggests what Logins and Identities could fill the forms of the Web Page you are on.

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The last section has the following functions:

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Options

You can access the Options for the Microsoft Edge Standalone Extension by clicking the three dots in the RoboForm Extension, and selecting Options.

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Chapter 4: Logins

Use Logins to store data that is specific to a web site; data such as Usernames, Passwords, Survey fields, Win32 applications logins (E.g. Skype), etc. Essentially, you can save any form data to Logins and use it to automatically fill any form later.

Saving Logins

AutoSave Dialog

When you manually enter login data to a login page and click the Login (Submit) button, RoboForm will offer to save this login info by displaying the AutoSave dialog.

Logins

How to AutoSave a Login

Clicking Never for this site will disable RoboForm AutoSave from popping up on the website you are on.

The AutoSave dialog pops up only if the Login data you entered is New, Different, or Updated. It will not prompt you if the exact same data (E.g. Username & Password) are already saved to RoboForm.

If you have multiple accounts for the same website, RoboForm will suggest to label your new login with a number.

Logins

If you try to save a Login that has the same name as an existing Login, you will be shown a warning that says saving the Login will overwrite the data of your existing Login.

Logins

Password Change Detection

This also works with changing your Password on an existing account; RoboForm will offer to save your new password and overwrite your old password in Logins. RoboForm Editor notes the date the password was changed (e.g. 5/26/2017: password changed from 'xxx' to 'yyy')

Updated Website

You might have to do a Resave or Manual Save of a Login if the website’s login page has been changed or updated. Simply manually login, and in the AutoSave dialog simply overwrite and save the original Login.

Forcing AutoSave

This is a tool to “Force” an AutoSave for non-standard forms such as:

How to Enable Force AutoSave:

Manual Save to Login

This is how to save a Login manually:

You can also invoke the "Save Forms" in Internet Explorer by right-clicking the web page and selecting Save Forms.

Note: RoboForm selects the best “Submit” button - which may be different from the button you want to be selected (eg: Save Info Button). Use Forced AutoSave (Alt + Click) to tell RoboForm which button to click.

Captcha Fields

Some sites require you to fill in a Captcha field on login or signup. Captcha fields cannot be AutoSaved since they change on every login; users are manually required to enter this information according to website directions - don’t save the Captcha to RoboForm.

You can however, mark a Captcha field in the RoboForm Editor so it ignores the field when you log in.

How to Mark a Captcha field

Using Logins

One-Click Login

RoboForm does the entire Login sequence for you, just by going to Logins in your RoboForm Add-On, RoboForm Taskbar Icon, or RoboForm Editor and selecting or double-clicking the desired Login.

Another method is to use RoboForm Search box in your Add-On, Taskbar, and Editor. Just type your desired Login and select the Login.

Logins Menu

This menu in the RoboForm Add-Ons and RoboForm Taskbar Icon allows you to view all of your Logins.

Logins

Along with your Logins, it has the following functions:

All of your Logins are organized alphabetically, but there are two additional ordered lists in the Logins Menu:

Matching Logins

When you visit a website with one of your saved Logins, the RoboForm Add-On will show the Login that best matches your website. This button is called the Matching Logins button.

Logins

Click the Matching Login to log in to the website. The default Fill and Submit feature will automatically fill the form and submit the form.

There are more form filling options in the dialog of the Matching Dialog button. Simply click the three dots on the right-side of the Matching Login Button. In Internet Explorer, hover over the mouse to show these options.

Logins

These are the options:

There are even more options within the Matching Login button.

Logins

Clicking the other set of three dots that are next to the name of the Login will show the following options:

Multiple Logins

If you have more than one Login that matches a web site, by default, RoboForm will suggest to label additional logins with “ - N ”; N represents the number of additional Logins for that site. However, a different name can always be selected during saving or by renaming.

Logins

When there are multiple Matching Logins, a ‘(+ N)’ will be to the right of RoboForm’s top-ranked one to notate how many additional Matching Logins there are for that website. See below for more info on Login Order for how this ranking is computed.

Logins

Simply, click the three dots on the Matching Login Button to open the list of Logins that match the website. In Internet Explorer, hover over the Matching Login Button to do this.

Logins

In order to log in to the account you want to use, simply select that Login out of the list and select one of the Login actions that are detailed in the section above.

A search bar will appear in the Matching Logins Button if you have 9 or more Logins to the same Website.

Login Order

If you have more than one Matching Login for a web site, RoboForm arranges Matching Logins by how well the Login URL matches the Web Page URL:

Multi-Step Logins

Some sites have multiple steps or web pages to Login (E.g. Bank of America SiteKey). Currently RoboForm cannot run the entire sequence in one click, but it can do it in two clicks.

How to Save a Multi-Step Login
How to log in using Multi-Step Logins

Individual Login Options

There are many other options for working with individual Logins. These can be found by right-clicking any Login in the Login Menu of the RoboForm Add-Ons and the RoboForm Taskbar Icon. Here are the options:

There are additional Login Options in the RoboForm Editor which are detailed in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

Windows Application Logins

For Windows Applications such as Skype and iTunes, RoboForm can save your Login.

There are a few ways to save an Application Login:

You can find your Application Logins in RoboForm Editor > Applications. Read more about Applications in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor. Options for Applications are under Options > Browsers & Apps, read more about those in Chapter 18: Options.

Basic Authentication

Basic Authentication is an older authentication mechanism that is rarely used.

AutoFill and AutoSave

Basic Authentication dialogs cannot be filled or saved from RoboForm Add-Ons. AutoFill and AutoSave work for Basic Authentication dialogs with the following options:

Manual Fill Forms

To fill a Basic Authentication dialog from a Login, select Fill Forms from the RoboForm Add-On.

Manual Save Forms

To save a Login from a Basic Authentication dialog, select Save Forms from the RoboForm Taskbar Icon menu.

Note: Basic Authentication dialogs cannot be filled from Identities, they can only be filled from Logins.

Chapter 5: Bookmarks

Use Bookmarks to store web addresses (URLs) in order to be a click away from your favorite pages and articles.

Saving Bookmarks

How to Save Bookmarks

Using Bookmarks

How to Use Bookmarks

RoboForm Add-On Click the Bookmarks button in your RoboForm add-on and select your desired Bookmark. RoboForm will open that address within the same tab.

RoboForm Taskbar Icon Click the Bookmarks button in RoboForm Taskbar menu and select your desired Bookmark. RoboForm will open that address in a new window.

RoboForm Editor Open Bookmarks in the Editor, select your desired Bookmark, and click the Go To button in Editor’s details toolbar. RoboForm will open that address in a new window.

There are additional ways to open Bookmarks that are covered in Bookmark Options below.

Bookmarks Menu

This menu in the RoboForm Add-Ons and RoboForm Taskbar Icon allows you to view all of your Bookmarks. Along with your Bookmarks, it has the following functions:

All of your Bookmarks are organized alphabetically, but there are two additional ordered lists in the Bookmarks Menu:

Individual Bookmark Options

Right Clicking an individual Bookmark in a Bookmarks Menu will give you the following options:

There are additional Bookmark Options in the RoboForm Editor which are detailed in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

Chapter 6: Safenotes

Use Safenotes to store any secret text data or anything that RoboForm could not save into Logins. Some example Safenotes could include:

How to Create a New Safenote

How to Create a New Safenote

How to View Safenotes

RoboForm Add-On Select the Safenote in the Safenote menu. It will open in RoboForm Editor.

RoboForm Taskbar Icon Select the Safenote in the Safenote menu. It will open in RoboForm Editor.

RoboForm Editor Select the Safenote in the Safenote menu. It will appear in the Details Pane (right side) of RoboForm Editor.

Safenote Menu

This menu in the RoboForm Add-Ons and RoboForm Taskbar Icon allows you to view all of your Safenotes. Along with your Safenotes, it has the following functions:

All of your Safenotes are organized alphabetically, but there is an additional ordered list in the Safenotes Menu:

Individual Safenote Options

Right Clicking the Safenote in a Safenotes Menu will provide you with the following options

There are additional Safenote Options in the RoboForm Editor which are detailed in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

Chapter 7: Identities

RoboForm can automatically fill long non-password forms (E.g. Online Shopping Checkouts, Sign Up Forms) with information from your Identity, which is like a personal profile.

Your main tool for managing Identities will be the RoboForm Editor which you can read more about in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

In Editor, clicking on your Identity name in Navigation Pane (2nd from the left) opens an Identity Summary, or an overview of all your Identity’s information.

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Clicking the + next to your Identity in the Navigation Pane opens a menu of Identity Elements (E.g. Person), or categories that make up an Identity.

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Each Identity Element (E.g. Person) is made up of individual Identity Fields (E.g. Phone), or distinct personal details. Clicking an Identity Element will open the Identity Fields in the Details Pane to the right.

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Here we will explain each Identity Element:

Here are more important notes about using Custom fields:

Note: You don’t have to enter any dashes or spaces for Identity Fields with numbers (E.g. phone numbers, driver license number).

How to Create an Identity

Note: RoboForm asks for Country in order to localize accordingly.

How to Add and Edit Personal Details in Identity
Multiple Identity Elements

If you have more than one credit card, bank account, etc, you can create multiple Identity Elements.

How to Add another Element

Using Identities

How to Fill Forms with Identity

There are more Form Filling options that can be accessed by clicking the Three Dots or Mousing-Over the Identity:

You can use Selective Form Filling if you would like to fill a select amount of fields on a web page (not all of them). You can do this by selecting (highlight with your mouse) the part of the web page that you want to be filled and click Fill Forms. RoboForm will only fill the fields that you have selected.

To learn how to Fill Forms with RoboForm Editor go to Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

Chapter 8: RoboForm Editor

The RoboForm Editor is the main tool to organize your RoboForm Data. Editor allows you to view, edit, and create individual RoboForm items and organize them into folders. RoboForm Editor is not available on any Standalone Extensions.

Editor can easily be found by one of these ways:

RoboForm Editor

There are three sections in RoboForm Editor:

We’ll go through the details of the RoboForm button and the other tabs in the Left Panel of Editor below.

RoboForm Menu Button

This button is at the top of the Left Panel and is labeled RoboForm.

RoboForm Editor

Clicking it will open the following functions:

Navigation Pane Commands

At the top of the Navigation Pane there are three buttons.

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They are explained here:

Right-Clicking any item of RoboForm Data in the Navigation Pane will show the following commands:

Right-Clicking any folder of RoboForm Data in the Navigation Pane will show the following commands:

Logins in Editor

All of your Logins are organized alphabetically in the Navigation Pane. From this tab, you can go to web pages, fill forms, and edit your Logins.

Selecting a Login in the Navigation Pane will open its information in the Details Pane. This includes the Name, Website, User ID, and Password. Clicking the Eye Icon will reveal or hide the password.

Using Logins in Editor

You can’t create a new Login in Editor. Read more about creating Logins in Chapter 4: Logins.

Logins in Editor

The Pencil Icon allows you to edit the Login. By clicking it, you can edit the URL (for Go To command and Matching Logins) and the user details.

The Copy Icon copies the whole text of the Login.

You can Drag and Drop the text of a Login into a web page. Simply click and hold the name of an individual field (E.g. Password) and drop it where you like on the page.

The Note at the bottom of the page keeps track of password changes and allows you to add any notes to it.

Click the Diskette or Save Button to save any changes you made.

The Editor Toolbar at the top has the following Login options:

Note: If you want to remove all changes to your Login, click Drop Changes in the More Menu in the Details Pane.

Bookmarks in Editor

All of your Bookmarks are organized alphabetically in the Navigation Pane. From here you can edit and go to your Bookmarks.

Logins in Editor

Selecting a Bookmark in the Navigation Pane will open its information in the Details Pane. This includes the Website, URL, and any Notes.

Using Bookmark in Editor

You can’t create a Bookmark in Editor, read about how to create one in Chapter 5: Bookmarks.

The Pencil Icon allows you to edit the Bookmark. By clicking it, you can edit the URL (for Go To command) and the Bookmark Note.

The Copy Icon copies the whole text of the Bookmark.

You can Drag and Drop the URL of a bookmark into the address bar. While in Edit mode, simply click and hold an individual field - in this case, the URL - and drop it where you like on the page.

The Note allows you to add notes.

Click the Diskette or Save Button to save any changes you made.

The Editor Toolbar at the top has the following Bookmark options:

Applications in Editor

All of your Application Logins are organized alphabetically in the Navigation Pane. From here you can go to the application, login, and edit your Login.

Selecting a Application in the Navigation Pane will open its information in the Details Pane. This includes the Name, Application, User ID, and Password. Clicking the Eye Icon will reveal or hide the password.

Using Application in Editor

Application Logins share the same functions in Editor as normal Logins. Please refer to using Logins in Editor in this chapter to learn more about using Applications in Editor.

Note: If you want to remove all changes to your Application Login, click Drop Changes.

Identities in Editor

RoboForm Editor is your main tool to create, view, and edit Identities.

All of your Identities are ordered alphabetically.

Selecting a Login in the Navigation Pane will open an Identity Summary in the Details Pane.

Identities in Editor

Expanding the Identity folder in the Navigation Pane will show all the Identity Elements. Selecting an Identity Element will open its information in the Details Pane.

Identities in Editor

Each Identity Element is made up of individual Identity Fields (E.g. Date of Birth), or distinct personal details.

Identities in Editor

Go to Chapter 7: Identities if you would like to read about:

Using Identities in Editor
Identities in Editor

The Pencil Icon allows you to edit the Identity Element.

The Copy Icon copies the whole text of the Identity Summary or an Identity Element.

You can Drag and Drop the text of an Identity Element into a web page. Simply click and hold the name of an individual field (E.g. Phone Number) and drop it where you like on the page.

Click the Diskette or Save Button to save any changes you made.

Fill Forms from RoboForm Editor

Next to Fill Forms, there is Phone Prefix. This option allows you to format your Identity’s phone number according to the form you are filling.

Add to allows you to add a shortcut to your Bookmark on

More has the following options:

Contacts in Editor

Contacts are similar to a phone-book. Store individual’s contact information here. RoboForm Editor is your main tool to create and edit contacts.

All of your Contacts are ordered alphabetically. From here you can create contacts, edit them, and fill forms with them.

Selecting a Contact in the Navigation Pane will open the Contact Summary in the Details Pane.

Contacts in Editor

Expanding the Contact folder in the Navigation Pane will show all the Contact Elements (E.g. Person, Business, Address).

Contacts in Editor

Selecting a Contact Element will open its information in the Details Pane.

Contacts in Editor

Here are details for the Contact Elements:

Note: You don’t have to enter any dashes or spaces when you are typing fields with numbers

How to Create a Contact in Editor
How to Add and Edit Personal Details in Contact
Multiple Contact Elements

If you have more than one business or address for a contact, you can create Multiple Contact Elements.

How to Add another Element

Using Contact in Editor
Logins in Editor
The Pencil Icon allows you to edit the Contact.

The Copy Icon copies the whole text of the Contact.

You can Drag and Drop the text of an Contact into a web page. Simply click and hold the name of an individual field (E.g. Phone Number) and drop it where you like on the page.

Click the Diskette or Save Button to save any changes you made

Fill Forms with Contacts

The Phone Prefix, Add to, and More options for Contacts are identical in Identity.

Safenotes in Editor

Editor is your main tool to create and edit Safenotes.

All of your Safenotes are organized alphabetically in the Navigation Pane. From here you can edit and view your Safenotes.

Safenotes in Editor

Selecting a Safenote in the Navigation Pane will open its information in the Details Pane.

Using Safenotes in Editor

Create a Safenote by clicking the “ + ” next to the Safenote tab in the Left Panel. Type it up and save it by clicking the Diskette button.

The Pencil Icon allows you to edit the text of the Safenote.

The Copy Icon copies the whole text of the Safenote.

Click the Diskette or Save Button after you made any changes.

You can Drag and Drop the text of the Safenote. Simply click and hold the name of the Safenote and drop it where you like on a web page.

The Editor Toolbar at the top has the following Safenote options:

Shared

Shared shows the RoboForm items that you shared with others or items that are shared with you.

Items or Folders with a blue icon are items you shared with others.

Shared

Items or Folders with a green icon are items that are shared with you.

Shared

To find out what the different permission levels mean, how to create a Shared Folder, and more Shared Folder information, go to Chapter 13: Sharing and Sending.

All

This shows all of the Logins, Bookmarks, Applications, Identities, Contacts, Safenotes and Folders together. They are organized alphabetically within their sections, e.g. all the Logins are grouped together, all the Safenotes are grouped together.

Security Center

Read more about the Security Center in Chapter 15: Security Center.

Chapter 9: Taskbar Icon

The RoboForm Taskbar Icon provides quick access to all RoboForm functions and data and makes RoboForm compatible with Win32 applications (E.g. Skype). It opens in a vertical list that includes Logins, Safenotes, and Identities.

In Windows, the RoboForm Taskbar Icon appears in System Tray at the bottom right corner where time and date icons are displayed.

Taskbar Icon

Make your RoboForm Taskbar Icon visible by opening the arrow- labeled Show Hidden Icons - and dragging and dropping the RoboForm Icon into the Taskbar.

Taskbar data is only accessible when you are logged into RoboForm using your Master Password. It's important to remember and protect this password in order to securely access your encrypted RoboForm Data. You can find Login or Logoff at the top of the taskbar menu.

RoboForm automatically logs off after 2 hours of inactivity, which purges the cached Master Password from memory. The RoboForm Taskbar Icon must be present for Auto-Logoff to work.

Removing the RoboForm Taskbar Icon will turn off RoboForm. You can do this by clicking Exit at the bottom of Taskbar Icon or turning off RoboForm in your Taskbar Settings.

Taskbar Icon

To make the Taskbar Icon appear again, you can login to RoboForm on your RoboForm Add-On or RoboForm Editor.

The Help Menu, underneath the Logoff button in the Taskbar Icon, provides many services that will help you understand RoboForm.

Here are the other RoboForm Taskbar actions:

Chapter 10: AutoFill Dialog

AutoFill is an optional function that automatically fills forms (Logins or Identities) when you visit a website. It appears as a dialog in the corner. Note: AutoFill Dialog doesn’t work for browsers using a Standalone Extension.

AutoFill Dialog
Turning On AutoFill Dialog

By default, AutoFill dialog is disabled. To enable Autofill, go to RoboForm Options, open the AutoFill tab and check Offer to AutoFill Web (HTML) Forms. Click Save.

How to Use AutoFill Dialog

There are more settings for AutoFill actions and appearance within Options > AutoFill. Read more in Chapter 18: RoboForm Options.

Chapter 11: Search Box

The Search Box can find a number of queries within RoboForm and around the Web.

On Chrome, FF, and Opera, the Search Box is located near the top of the RoboForm Extension. On IE, the Search Box is between the RoboForm button and the Logins button on the RoboForm Toolbar. In Edge, the Search Box is located near the top of the RoboForm Extension.

Also just by mousing-over the RoboForm Taskbar, the Search Box will appear.

How to Use the Search Box

In Internet Explorer you can do a quick search by highlighting text with your mouse and then selecting the search box. Your highlighted text will appear in the search box.

There are more settings for Search Box and appearance within Options > Search. Read more in Chapter 18: RoboForm Options.

SearchCard

If you would like to add a website to search in the Search Box, use SearchCards.

How to Add a SearchCard
How to Use a SearchCard

Note: Some websites will require you to click enter the submit or search button again, e.g. Google Maps.

Chapter 12: Password Generator

The Password Generator generates random unique and complex passwords in order to increase your cyber security.

You can find the Password Generator in the RoboForm Add-Ons or under Tools in RoboForm Taskbar Icon.

How to Generate a Password

Chapter 13: Sharing and Sending

The RoboForm Sharing and Sending feature allows you to securely share RoboForm Data (items or folders) with others.

Sharing and Sending uses a Public-Private Key Encryption which replaces the risky practice of sharing your Master Password or emailing sensitive data.

If your recipient does not have a RoboForm Account, the recipient will receive an email with instructions on how to create a free RoboForm account

Sharing

Sharing RoboForm Data is like sharing a Google Doc - the shared data is updated to any changes (E.g. changing a password) and access to the shared data can be revoked at any time. The sender may choose multiple recipients.

How to Share individual RoboForm items

Sharing a Folder

A Shared Folder containing multiple RoboForm items is similar to a shared folder in Google Drive. Access to the shared item can be revoked at any time. The sender may choose multiple recipients.

Note: RoboForm Everywhere users can only create one shared folder. RoboForm for Business Users can create multiple shared folders.

How to Create A Shared Folder
How to add RoboForm Items into a Shared Folder
How to Use a Shared Folder

The sender can choose one of three different permission levels for the recipient:

Sending

Sending RoboForm Data is similar to sending an email. The RoboForm data is sent once, and any changes won’t be updated (E.g. changing a password) to the recipient and access to the sent data can’t be revoked. You can send an item to multiple recipients.

How to Send individual RoboForm items

Chapter 14: Emergency Access

In case of an emergency, such as incapacitation or death, it could be vital to have a trusted person obtain access to your medical, financial, and other important information. With Emergency Access, you can set up measures for a pre-approved contact to securely receive access to your RoboForm Data after a certain time period passes.

Emergency Access uses public-private key encryption, similar to our Sharing and Sending features. This allows for secure access by the recipient without the grantor's Master Password.

To open Emergency Access and its settings, select it in the RoboForm Taskbar Icon near your computer’s date and time.

Make sure to set up Emergency Access as soon as possible to ensure you are prepared for an emergency. Setting up Emergency Access is explained below.

How to Set up Emergency Access

How to Use Emergency Access

More:
What is Emergency Access and how does it work?

Chapter 15: Security Center

The Security Center identifies whether your passwords stored in RoboForm are unique, complex, and randomly generated. It further suggests which of your passwords should be changed and made stronger.

Security Center

Security Center is located in RoboForm Editor as a tab in the Left Panel. Click the tab to open Security Center.

Understanding the Security Center

Security Score
Security Center

Your Security Score is shown at the top of the page. The percentage score, rating (eg: “Good”), and description represent the collective strength of all of your individual passwords. The rating of the Security Score has a range of Low (0-25%), Average (26-50%), Good (51-75%), and Excellent (76-100%).

Individual Logins

Below the Security Score there are three sections that break down your Individual Logins. The tabs with red shields have items lowering the Security Score, while green shields satisfy the Security Score test.

In each of these sections, the Individual Logins can be sorted in an ascending or descending order by Name (alphabetical), Password (alphabetical), Password Strength (Weak to Strong & Vice Versa), and Age (chronological) or how long the password has been stored in RoboForm. Sort them by selecting the category name.

All Logins
Security Center

The first tab on the left is labeled All. This section lists all the Logins and identifies their Strength Ranking: Weak, Good, or Strong. By default, the Weak Logins are listed first.

The levels of Password Strength for individual passwords are determined by the zxcvbn algorithm, which is based on entropy or unpredictability. The strength ratings for individual passwords have a range of Weak (0-25%), Medium (26-50%), Good (51-75%), and Strong (75-100%). In order to achieve a Strong Password Strength rating, create a unique and complex password.

Reused Passwords

The middle tab is labeled Reused and lists multiple Logins with identical passwords. The number in this tab represents the amount of unique passwords that have been reused for multiple websites. Logins are organized under Groups with Reused Passwords; each Group consists of Logins that share the same password. Click the Group to open and close the list of Logins that share the same password.

Duplicated Logins

The last tab on the right is labeled Complete Duplicates and shows Logins with identical usernames and passwords for the same website. The number in this tab represents the amount of username/password combinations that have been saved more than once.

Complete Duplicates do not affect the Security Score, but have their own tab so the user can easily delete Complete Duplicates saved to RoboForm.

How to Improve your Security Score

In order to improve the strength of your passwords and increase your Security Score, follow these steps:

Going through this process for all your weak passwords will better secure your information and improve your security score.

Chapter 16: RoboForm Online

RoboForm Online is comprised of web access of your RoboForm Data as well as some user account settings. You are able to view and access Logins, fill forms, and change user and security settings. This is a useful tool for people who are using Standalone Extensions such as Microsoft Edge, Linux, or Chrome OS, or for when you want to access to your RoboForm data at a machine where it is not already installed. RoboForm Online can be accessed regardless of whether or not RoboForm has been installed on a particular machine.

You can find RoboForm Online here. Simply log in with the email that is associated with RoboForm and your RoboForm Master Password.

After logging in, you’ll see a web page of your RoboForm Logins. The RoboForm Button at the top-left will take you to the RoboForm website. Next to the button is the gray Online Toolbar along the top with different tabs such as Files, User Settings, etc. This next section will go through the Web Access of your Files.

Web Access of Files

Your RoboForm items are organized into tabs of your Logins, Identities, Safenotes, and All Files. The tabs are located in a green Toolbar underneath the gray Online Toolbar.

Note: If you are on a Windows or Mac machine where RoboForm is already installed (ie not with the standalone extensions), the list of RoboForm items will reflect what is on the local machine. If your are accessing from a Windows or Mac machine where RoboForm is not installed (or with the standalone extensions only), then the list of items will reflect what is on the server. In cases where sync has been turned off, the server list may differ from the local list.

RoboForm Online

Selecting one of the tabs will open a list of RoboForm items in the details pane below the toolbars. If you would like to learn more about any one of File types (E.g. Logins, Identities), consult the Table of Contents and go to the respective chapter.

There are some additional functions that are between the toolbars and the details pane.

RoboForm Online

Here is what they do:

Folders are shown at the top of every page. You can see the contents of the folder by clicking it. Selecting a Folder will show this menu of Actions on the right side of the page:

Logins shows a list of your Logins, Bookmarks, and your Application Logins. Selecting any one of them will show this menu of Actions on the right side of the page:

Identities shows a list of your Identities and Contacts. Selecting any one of them will show this menu of Actions on the right side of the page:

Safenotes shows a list of your Safenotes. Selecting any Safenote will show this menu of Actions on the right side of the page:

All Files shows all of your items and folders in one list. The commands in the Action Menu will correspond to what type of item it is; read more above about the commands available for each type of item.

RoboForm Online Settings

The gray Online Toolbar along the top of the page has many tabs for RoboForm Online Settings, such as User Settings, Security, etc. This next section will go over those settings.

User Settings

Here you will be able to view and edit some of your User Settings.

Email asks you to verify your Email with RoboForm. This will be used for One Time Passwords and other important security information. After you add your email, you will be prompted to submit the verification code that you will receive in a verification email.

Phone asks you to add a phone number for RoboForm. This will be used to receive One Time Passwords. After you add your phone number, you will be prompted to submit the verification code that you will receive in a verification text.

Storage breaks down how your storage is being used in the RoboForm Server:

Security

This tab shows Security Options for your RoboForm account and data.

One Time Password adds a layer of security to your RoboForm Everywhere account. After turning on One Time Passwords, you will enroll all of your computers and devices that RoboForm is connected to (you can see these devices in the Sessions tab in the Online Toolbar). Only enrolled devices can access your account with One Time Password on.

When attempting to access your account from a new computer or device, a One Time Password will be sent to you via email or text. Using that One Time Password will allow you to use your RoboForm account on the new computer or device.

How to Set up One Time Password
How to Use One Time Password

Change Account Password allows you to change your RoboForm Account Password. Simply type in your current password and your new password, and click submit. For creating a new password, follow the suggestions listed by RoboForm, or create a new password with the Password Generator which you can read about in Chapter 12: Password Generator.

Session Timeout sets the time period before RoboForm Online logs out. Simply type in the amount of minutes before timeout and click submit.

Enrollment Period is the time period that your One Time Password devices will be logged into your RoboForm account. After this time period, the devices will log out of RoboForm for your security. To change the time period, simply type in the amount of days and click submit.

Sessions

If you are using One Time Password, the first pane shows Authorized Devices under the One Time Password.

The other pane shows Devices with Recent RoboForm Activity.

The panes list the date and time when the device was authorized, the browser, the device, and the IP address.

You can delete devices that have been authorized under the One Time Password by selecting it and clicking Delete Selected.

You can download a Summary Log or a Detailed Log of the device sessions at the bottom of the page.

Licenses

This page shows your Licenses, which is your paid permit for RoboForm Everywhere. If you do not have a RoboForm License and are using RoboForm Free, there’ll be a link to purchase RoboForm Everywhere.

The page will show you information about each of your licenses, the Start Date of the License when it was activated (Year-Month-Date), the Expiration Date of the License when it will expire (Year-Month-Date), and what account email the License is assigned to.

If your License is expired or is getting close to expiration, click Renew to open your RoboForm Shopping Cart and to select your License Period for purchase.

Upgrade to Family Plan will open the RoboForm Shopping Cart with an upgrade for the Family Plan. The Family Plan will get you 5 RoboForm Everywhere accounts under one subscription. Read more about the Family Plan here.

Emergency Access

This is where you can see the status of your Emergency Access online. Read more in Chapter 14: Emergency Access.

The page shows two tabs. My Emergency Contacts shows who your emergency contacts are; these are the recipients of your emergency access.

The other tab is I am Emergency Contact For and shows people who are sending you their emergency access. On this page, you can request access to their RoboForm Data and begin the timeout period.

The tabs are structured similarly. They show the User Name and the Email of the contact, the Creation Date of the emergency access request, the Timeout before RoboForm data can be available, and the Status of the contact - not received, rejected, no access. “No access” means that no request has been made.

Support

This opens the RoboForm Support Page in a new window. Support has many useful resources that will help you understand RoboForm, including the Help Center, the Manual, and the Online or Phone Support System.

Chapter 17: RoboForm Start Page

The RoboForm Start Page is on your browser at https://start.roboform.com and allows quick access to all of your Logins, Bookmarks, and Safenotes on Windows and Mac. The Start Page cannot be accessed without RoboForm being installed.

Note: RoboForm Start Page is not available with Standalone Extensions such as Microsoft Edge and Chrome Standalone.

Once you are on the Start Page, you will see the Start Page Toolbar at the top of the web page with a Search Bar and different tabs: Pinned, Popular, Logins, etc. Below that is the Navigation Pane which shows the items and folders of the selected tab.

RoboForm Start Page

The RoboForm Button in the top-left corner of the Start Page Toolbar opens the RoboForm website in a new tab.

The Search Bar in the middle helps you find RoboForm items instantly and also search for queries in Search Engines.

Identity

Clicking the Identity shown in the top-right corner of the Start Page Toolbar will open the Identity in RoboForm Editor. Clicking the arrow will show other Identities to open in Editor. Read in Chapter 8: Roboform Editor.

Selecting the Three Dots or Right Clicking an Identity opens more options.

RoboForm Start Page

Here are the options in detail:

File Icons

RoboForm Items are shown as Icons in the Navigation Pane of the RoboForm Start Page.

Folders are shown on the left side of the Navigation Pane. Selecting one of them will open the folder and files will be shown as File Icons in the Navigation Pane. Click Home in the upper-left corner to go back to all of the Logins.

When you hover above the icon, a Pin Icon and Three Dots appear.

RoboForm Start Page

Clicking the Three Dots (or Right Clicking) shows the following options:
For All Items:

For Logins Only:
For Bookmarks Only:
For Safenotes Only:
Pinned

You can Pin your RoboForm Data to the Pinned Page for quick access to your favorite Logins and Bookmarks. You can do this by selecting the Push Pin Icon in the top-right corner of an item. This adds it to the Most Popular list in your RoboForm Add-Ons.

Popular and More

This tab is labeled Popular by default, but you can change it to Recent and All by clicking the arrow next to the name of the tab.

Popular shows the most often used items of RoboForm Data.

Recent shows the most recently used items of RoboForm Data.

All shows all of your items of RoboForm Data.

Chapter 18: Options

Options hosts all the settings and preferences for RoboForm.

You can open Options by one of the following ways:

The Options window is split into two sections.

RoboForm Options

At the bottom of the window, there are three buttons:

The next section will go through each tab in the Left Panel and explain the options in each tab.

Language

Language’s main function is to change the language for your RoboForm interface. Simply select the language in the drop-down menu.

Edit Language File is the language editor. Note: This is for development purposes.

At the top of the Edit Language File window, you are able to select whether to show untranslated, modified and translated strings.

At the top left of the window:

To edit a String, do one of the following:

New Language File creates a new language file. Note: This is for development purposes.

Browsers & Apps

This tab shows which Browsers and Applications can connect to RoboForm.

Your installed Browsers will be shown at the top of the page. Click the checkbox next to the browser name if you would like to enable RoboForm on that Browser.

For Chromium and Chromium-based browsers and Firefox-based browsers, simply open one of these browsers and drag the respective Icon onto the page. RoboForm will attach to the browser.

Below the browsers, there is a checkbox for RoboForm to attach to Windows Applications (E.g. Skype, Itunes).

Below Windows Applications, there is an Application Black List. Add applications that you would not like RoboForm to attach to.

Toolbar (IE Only)

These are options for the Toolbar which are now only available for Internet Explorer.

Checking the box for Show Bookmarks and Logins together will combine Bookmarks and Logins in the Logins menu.

You can select that a Login from Toolbar opens web site either in the Same Browser Window or in a New Browser Window.

Form filling options has an option for Fill & Submit, which is a RoboForm feature that automatically fills and submits the forms. If you would like Fill & Submit to be your default action for Matching Logins or Identities, select the respective check box.

The next box shows the Maximum number of items in the Most Recently Used List. This list shows your most recently used RoboForm items. Simply type or click the up and down arrows to change the number.

The next box shows the Maximum number of items in the Most Popular List. This list shows your most often used RoboForm items. Simply type or click the up and down arrows to change the number.

Maximum Matching Login button width in pixels changes the size of the Matching Logins Button. 200 pixels is the default size. Simply type the amount of desired pixels to change the size.

Number of My Identity Buttons changes how many Identities you want to be visible in your toolbar. Simply type the number to change the amount.

Maximum Matching My Identity button width in pixels changes the size of the Identity Button. 100 pixels is the default size. Simply type the amount of desired pixels to change the size.

Search Box Width in pixels changes the size of the Search Box. 150 pixels is the default size. Simply type the amount of desired pixels to change the size.

Mini Dialog appearance delay time in milliseconds changes the time in milliseconds it takes for the mini-dialog for Matching Logins and Identities to pop up. 100 milliseconds is the default time. Simply type the amount of desired milliseconds to change the time.

Data & Sync

This page provides options for Data and Syncing Data.

Account shows the Email associated with your RoboForm Account. Clicking the email will open RoboForm Online. Read more in Chapter 16: RoboForm Online.

Checking the box for Automatic Sync will automatically sync your device and your RoboForm account whenever you log in with your master password or you edit an item. Uncheck this if you want to do manual sync.

One way you can do a manual sync is by clicking Sync RoboForm on this options page. Another way is by clicking the three dots in your RoboForm Add-On, going to the Sync menu and clicking Sync RoboForm there.

Settings opens the account sync settings in a new window, click the arrows next to Proxy Setting to open the advanced settings.

Show Changed Files without Syncing (Analyze only) analyzes the RoboForm data without syncing.

Change Account opens a dialog to login into a different RoboForm Account.

Import allows you to import any data from browsers or other password managers to RoboForm. For browsers, click the Import button next to the browser name. For other password managers, click Import from File and follow the directions on the page. Import into folder: allows you to select a folder to import your data into.

Export to allows you to export your RoboForm Data to a location on your computer.

How to Export RoboForm Data
Backup and Restore Window

Backup and Restore opens a window showing options to backup or restore your RoboForm Data.

RoboForm Options

The first pane shows Available Restore Points. These are points in time that RoboForm Data can be restored back to - your restored data would match your data at that time point.

To restore data to a time point, simply select the desired restore point and click Restore.

To create a new restore point click Create; it’ll appear at the top of the list.

To remove a restore point, select it and click Delete.

Below, Backup to folder allows you to find a backup location for your RoboForm Data. Simply find the location in Browse and click Backup.

Lastly, Restore to folder allows you to find a restore location for your RoboForm Data. Simply find the location in Browse and click Restore.

At the bottom of the Data & Sync Options page, Advanced opens the following advanced options:

Security

This page provides Security options. Read more in Chapter 19: Security.

Change Master Password allows you to change you master password.

How to Change your Master Password:

Checking the box for Don’t ask for Master Password will turn off the prompt requesting the Master Password. For security reasons, we recommend against this.

If you have a Windows Biometric Framework (WBF) attached to your computer, you can Enable fingerprint authentication on the WBF reader.

Automatic Logoff is the time period before RoboForm automatically logs you off. You can turn off Auto-Logoff by checking the box. The number at the bottom shows the amount of minutes before Automatic Logoff. To change the time period, simply type in a number or click the up and down arrows to select a number of minutes.

AutoFill

This page provides AutoFill options. Read more in Chapter 10: AutoFill Dialog.

Warn about filling from Passcard (Login) into Domain not in Passcard (Login) is a pop up warning for using a Login that doesn’t match the website. For example, a warning will pop up if you try to login to Facebook’s website with your Google Login.

The checkbox for Offer to AutoFill Windows dialog in Browsers (Basic Authentication). When RoboForm encounters a Windows Dialog, also known as a Basic Authentication, AutoFill will offer to fill the Matching Login. Read more about Basic Authentication in Chapter 4: Logins.

The checkbox for AutoFill Without Asking will automatically fill all forms when you visit a web page with the Matching Login or Identity. If there are multiple matching Logins, the AutoFill dialog will pop up. Read more about AutoFill in Chapter 10: AutoFill Dialog.

Checking the box for Offer to AutoFill Web (HTML) Forms will open AutoFill when there is a Web Form. Checking the box will also show these further options:

AutoSave

This page provides AutoSave options. Read more about AutoSave in Chapter 4: Logins.

The option for Offer to Save Logins from web (HTML) forms will open the AutoSave dialog when you are saving a Login web form, also known as HTML form.

The checkbox for Offer to Save Logins from Windows dialogs in browsers (Basic Auth) will open the AutoSave dialog when you submit (login to) a Windows Dialog or Basic Authentication form. Read more about Basic Authentication in Chapter 4: Logins.

Check the option for ALT + click of Login button forces AutoSave for a simple alternative to AutoSave. Type in your login details and select ALT + click the login button for the AutoSave Dialog to appear. Note: Alt + Clicking a link in Google Chrome will download the link of the button.

For SHIFT + ENTER in text field forces AutoSave, clicking Shift and then Enter will open AutoSave for any text field.

Context Menu (IE Only)

This page provides Context Menu options for Internet Explorer. The context menu opens when you right click in IE.

This page consists of a checkbox list of items that can appear in your Context Menu and in your RoboForm Toolbar. Simply check what you would like to see and uncheck what you would like to be removed in the Context Menu. There's a Select All and a Remove All button below both the Toolbar and the Web Context Menu.

Here are the possible Commands that can be visible in the Toolbar and Context Menu:

Search

This page provides Search options for the Search Box in the RoboForm Add-Ons and RoboForm Taskbar Icon.

Search List Actions shows which websites you can use for the RoboForm Search Box. Check the ones you want and Uncheck the ones you want to hide.

The options for the Search List Actions are located to the right of the list:

Search History include these options:

Keyboard (IE Only)

Internet Explorer has RoboForm Shortcuts that you can use to get quick access to RoboForm commands.

The check box at the top will Enable RoboForm Shortcuts in Browser. Unchecking it will disable shortcuts.

To do a shortcut, all you do is hold Alt and the Key command to trigger the shortcut.

List of default commands:

KeyAction
Alt + XOpens Login
Alt + NOpens Identities
Alt + COpens Safenotes
Alt + UOpens the RoboForm Button
Alt + IOpens RoboForm Taskbar
Alt + LLog offs RoboForm
Alt + MOpens Matching Logins
Alt + OOpens RoboForm Options
Alt + POpens Password Generator
Alt + RShow and Hide RoboForm Toolbar
Alt + SOpens Search Box
Alt + ZFill and Submit the web page you are on
Alt + -Resets Fields to their original values.
Alt + =Set Fields with check marks.
Alt + 0Clears the Fields that are filled.
Alt + ,Opens Identities Editor
Alt + .Opens Logins Editor
Alt + /Opens Safenotes Editor
Alt + ]Offers to fills forms on website
Alt + [Opens dialog to save Login or Bookmark
Alt + 1-9Fills in your Identity according to the order, 1 being the first identity.

Domain

Custom Domains Equivalences
Some websites are under the same organizations and utilize the same Logins or Accounts, but have different URLs. These are called Mirrors; E.g. Bank of America uses mbna.com, bankofamerica.com, bofa.com, and usecfo.com.

Domain Equivalencies simplifies this problem by creating a single Login for multiple sites.

For this list, add Domains that share the same Login. Use " = " to mark the domains equal each other, e.g. “mbna.com = bankofamerica.com”. These settings will then apply in Matching Logins.

Chapter 19: RoboForm Security

The security of our users’ data is of the utmost importance to us.

The next few sections outline the different layers of protection that RoboForm employs.

Encryption

All RoboForm data is packed into a single file encrypted using AES encryption with 256-bit keys. To protect against dictionary, brute force, or other attacks, we generate encryption keys using the PBKDF2 password hashing algorithm with a random salt and SHA-256 as a hash function.

All decryption of your RoboForm data happens on your device and not on our servers. The encryption key is derived from the Master Password and never leaves the client device. This applies for both installed versions of RoboForm as well as web access.

No RoboForm data can be accessed without the Master Password. We have no way of knowing what your Master Password is because RoboForm does not transmit it to our servers.

This is why it is very important to memorize your Master Password. Should you no longer have access to it, we have no way of assisting in regaining access to your data without the Master Password.

Authentication

As part of RoboForm Everywhere, we offer secure sync and backup of encrypted RoboForm data (sync can be turned off on Windows and Mac).

All RoboForm data that leaves your device is encrypted both in transit and when stored on our servers.

To enable the sync process, our server has to authenticate your RoboForm account credentials. To do this, we use an authentication hash. The authentication hash is generated from your Master Password. However, we use a different algorithm than that for deriving the local encryption key. This is how we securely sync without being able to decrypt your underlying data, nor know what your Master Password is.

Secure Sharing and Sending

We use public-private key encryption for our Secure Sharing feature as well as for individual item Sending. This allows you to provide access to your RoboForm data to trusted recipients with different permission levels without sharing your Master Password.