There have been a number of aftermarket solutions available for download but if you’re logging in with a computer that isn’t your own, you don’t have those programs to keep track of your passwords for you. Hence, Mozilla has come up with a solution of its own called BrowserID. Working similarly to Facebook Connect – it provides users with a “one login for every service” feature. However, it will require websites to implement BrowserID as part of their login process. If they don’t, it’s pretty much not very useful.
However, BrowserID does claim to have some benefits over multi-login services like Facebook Connect. It is secure, and it doesn’t keep track of where you’ve been logging in or what you’ve been doing with the account – a big plus if you’re not a fan of having your online history being recorded. However we’ll just have to wait and see if it gets adopted by the internet. Watch a video introduction of BrowserID: