The Passly SSO Sign-On Assistant browser extension is available for Chrome, Edge (Chromium Core) & FireFox. The Extension/Add-On will automatically update. No user action is required for the following changes.
Date Nov. 7th 2022
- Passly is now supporting Google's Manifest v3 with our Chrome Browser Extension. Manifest v3 represents one of the most significant shifts in the extensions platform since it launched a decade ago.
- Web Password Injection. Passly now supports direct credential injection. Please see this article for information on how injection changed.
- Browser Extension - We have changed the logic for getting information about Vaults permission. This has improved the user experience in the App.
- Browser Extension - The extension was filling credentials in inappropriate fields when using RapidFire Tools. We were seeing Username/Password injecting into 2FA/MFA fields. This issue is now resolved.
- Browser Extension - Some websites were not completing the autofill for username and password if field don't have a particular attribute. This was resolved in this release.
- Browser Extension - Website added into Individual or Shared Vaults as Web based Passwords without http:// or https:// Example: "www.website.com" to vault opening to an incorrect page. These passwords will now inject as HTTPS by default to correct this.
- Browser Extension - When trying to log into a website it was noticed that the Autofill list is truncated and not scrollable. We have added a scroll bar to make this more usable and easier to read.
- Browser Extension - When navigating to some sites we observed the extension not working correctly. For example, passwords injected into 2FA/MFA fields, no username injected, no password injected. We have resolved the issues on these sites, and all should work as expected.
- Browser Extension - An issue was noticed where the 'Authentication Profile' drop-down menu doesn't open when creating an SNMP Password. This is now resolved and should work for SNMP passwords as expected.
- Browser Extension - An issue was observed on multiple sites where username and/or password data was being injected in 2FA/MFA fields. We have changed the logic in the extension to remove the injection for 2FA/MFA to work around this issue.