I tried to register here several times, BTW, using different names and mail addresses, but there is never an activation mail, just in case someone cares (I resent some of them 20 times and disabled all spam filters upfront, no mail, nothing).
Okay, the idea behind this PM as Firefox ext. is pretty nice, but for my purpose it is totally useless. See, I use a couple of different logins for different sites. I don't have mio of logins, but about 20 or so - not one per side either. I want my browser to prefill my login. So I have to create custom settings with custom usernames per site, which is PITA enough to do (as specifying URLs is much more work than just using the internal password storage of Fx, that remembers password and username once I typed it for a page). Anyway, having to create on account per site would defeat any usefulness of this extension. In theory I could just create one account per username and sorting my pages to that, that is probably acceptable. But the problem with that is, that for custom accounts not the URL is used (nothing of the domain) but some static text I have to type there.
E.g. one many pages I log in with TGOS, so I create a custom account named TGOS and put TGOS there as username, then adding wildcards for all the sites where I use TGOS. However, since it does not use the domain for generating the hash, it will now generate exactly the same password for all these pages :/ This defeats the whole purpose of using such an extension, as if one page is hacked, all pages where I use TGOS are hacked. The domain is only used for the default account, but there I can only specify one of my 20 typical logins.
Thus I had to really create one account per page I log in. Quite PITA.
And the other thing is: What advantage gives me this ext. over the Fx password manager? I guess it's that I can have the secure password re-generated when not sitting in front of my computer without having to remember it, right? Well, but I need to remember the username I used for this page, the length of the password, the characters used, the l33t level, prefix or suffix (if any), counter (if any) and the hash algorithm, since all these can be custom by account. Don't you think remembering a long, secure password is actually easier than remembering all these settings?
So nice idea, but I'm afraid it only adds a damn lot of work and I need to remember much more than I need already and the security is questionable. You say it can defeat key loggers? Yes, it can, but whoever has a keylogger on my system probably has a full blown Trojan there and can get the PasswordMaker setup file as well. Having this file and logging my master password means all my accounts are hacked (unless I don't use the same master password everywhere, which again makes everything harder to remember).
Right now my tactics is to have a couple of passwords (30), some are simple, some are hard, depending on how secure the login needs to be, I choose a simpler or harder one (and also depending on the purpose of the page). If I now only remember what username I used and if it was a very secure one or not, I can easily know again which of these 30 passwords I used, since the purpose of the page has not changed (forum, shopping page, online banking, etc.) and here in the worst case a "category" of pages got hacked.