FAQ: How can eWallet protect me against keyboard hijacking websites?

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eWallet’s AutoPass feature will fill in a username and password on any webpage, so keylogger software cannot record what you type. If you have the name, password and URL stored in an eWallet card, you can just click on the URL, and eWallet will fill in the username and password.

You can also use eWallet’s Smart Copy feature to easily copy any field (like a credit card number) to your clipboard, and paste it anywhere else. Just right-click the field you want, and you’ll get an option to copy it.

  • Windows (desktop)