11-12-2011 11:27 AM
This page - RyanVM.net Forum - used to automatically scroll down to the login fields and fill in my username and password. This has only happened once since the update. Now I have to click the "login" button at the top of the page as not only doesn't the page scroll down to the login on the main page, it also will not fill in the fields. The fields won't fill in even by refreshing the page.
This page - hobiecat.com Forums - same as above with one difference. Not only do I now have to click the "Login" button at the top of the page, but I also have to refresh the login page before my username and password are filled in, sometimes twice. This has happened every time since the update.
Next, capitalone.com. This isn't a new problem with the update, it's an old problem that has never been fixed. ID Safe cannot seem to differentiate between "onlinebanking.capitalone.com" and "servicing.capitalone.com". One URL is for banking and one is for credit cards. I save my credit card logins but do not want my banking logins saved. ID Safe insists on saving my banking login each time and ignores the "don't ask for this page ever" (how ever its worded) command. It also fills in the banking login field with the last entry used for a credit card login, then even after typing in the correct login info, the username and password is rejected on the first try.
Lastly and again not new with this update, I would love to see the entry returned to settings that lets you edit the URLs you have excluded from ID Safe. As it stands now, the only way to remove an entry from this list is to visit the page and use the Norton Toolbar to remove it. If the page in question is taken offline, there is no way to purge it from your ID Safe data. Given it seems that there was a 10 MB limit imposed on the size of a .npm file that can be imported into NIS 2012, it only seems like it would be a best practice to let users be able to purge old data of any type from there ID Safe data so as to reduce the chance of exceeding any such limit on future releases.