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MashedLife is an online password vault that lets you store and manage passwords and logins for your different web accounts online. One of the best things about MashedLife is its Bookmark Login feature that allows you to login into any of your web accounts with a single click, be it a Gmail, Delicious, Digg or any other web account. No more passwords to type or remember.

How does it work?

1. Register and add logins for sites you have accounts with (Facebook, MySpace, Digg… etc).
2. Get a “Bookmark Login” bookmark and add it to your browser toolbar.
3. When you want to login to the site simply click on that bookmark from step 2 and it will log you in.

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Features:

  • Securely store your passwords in online vault.
  • Works with any website.
  • No download or installation needed.
  • All data stored online and securely encrypted.
  • See demo tour.
  • Similar tools: PageOnce, Clipperz and PassPack.

See MashedLife’s Bookmark Login feature in action action:

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Check out MashedLife @ www.mashedlife.com

  1. Kevin Jorden
    November 21, 2008 at 7:52 pm

    Nobody noticed the typo of the title?

    It is MashedLife, not MashedLilfe.

    Thanks

  2. Mary
    November 20, 2008 at 3:23 am

    After reading this I tested Mashed Life single sign-on on:

    * Different machines: Mac, Linux, PC, and iPhone

    * Browsers from Opera, Safari, Chrome, Firefox to IE.

    For all my 22 of my accounts imported from Passpack, and they all work like a dream.

    7 among the 22 accounts don't work on Passpack such as united airline and zoho sites. But they all work w/ mashed life.

    I'm totally converted now to mashed Life.

    Thanks for the article

  3. Sam Neol
    November 20, 2008 at 3:07 am

    This is a smart site indeed. They are unlike other password tools living in their own worlds, they connect to many things I'm using daily from their Facebook app, integration with Delicious, KeePass and PasswordSafe, iPhone to my browsers' password managers. Maybe this is why they name it as "mashed life"?

    In less than 3 mint, I just exported all my Roboform accounts and imported them into mash life.

    This is brilliant.

  4. Jim Young
    November 18, 2008 at 11:42 pm

    WONDERFUL SERVICE! The site really delivers without hype. It's a blessing for me because:

    * 95% of my online accounts are not-so-important accounts (download, news, forum, bookmarking, social, ...)

    * Every month I add 3 - 5 accounts and I DON'T want to use the same
    passwd everywhere. And I DON'T want to lose them.

    * More and more, I use my iPhone to digg or do more work, logging in to sites from Mash Life is a timely plus!

    Before using Mash Life I'd skip most of the sites and forum/social invitations that require me to sign up to use them. Now I'm in control.

  5. Drew
    November 17, 2008 at 11:09 pm

    Why anyone would want to willingly *give* their passwords to some website is beyond me. Care about your personal and online security much??
    Stay safe - if you want to manage your passwords, use AI Roboform.

  6. LastPass.com
    November 18, 2008 at 12:55 am

    Please also take a look at LastPass at lastpass.com/
    It's a cross platform and cross browser password manager that's integrated directly into your browser. It is packed with features including seamless synchronization of your data across multiple computers.

    Also, it's free.

    LastPass.com