If you ever get sick of filling in forms and password fields then Online Vault will save you hours of work.
Online Vault automatically remembers your logins and passwords, and fills in Web forms in a single click. When prompted for a password or registration form, Online Vault gives you the option of automatically filling in the fields or leaving you to do them manually. Alternatively, you can use it just as a password filler-in by using a master password.
Online Vault works by automatically storing and remembering names and passwords the first time you log into a site which you may or may not feel comfortable with but the developers assure that everything is very secure. If you don't want it to do this, then you may want Online Vault to help you generate some bulletproof passwords that no one will guess anyway.
If you share your PC, and don't want it to remember private details every time you log on, then Online Vault can create your own profile so you can use different shipping addresses, credit card numbers, personal credentials etc. However, you don't have to shut down Windows to log in and out of Online Vault profiles - you can do it all through the main OnlineVault taskbar.
The problems in Online Vault come with particularly long forms that involve data that it has never seen before - especially foreign language forms. In this case, Online Vault may half fill in the form for you but in the end, you may get more confused and prefer just to do it from scratch on your own.
If you use a lot of sites that involve passwords and form filling in then you can't go far wrong with OnlineVault although if you use particularly sensitive secure sites, you may find it doesn't work for those anyway.