Operation of the WebClient has been based as far as possible on the operation of the Password Safe client. Nevertheless, there are some differences that need to be noted and they are described here.


There is no database profile on the WebClient. All databases approved for the WebClient will be made available. The following information needs to be entered to log in:

Database name
User name

After successfully logging in, the last database name used and the last registered user will be saved. You thus only need to enter the password for the next login.

Transferring login data via the URL

The database name and user name can be transferred directly via the URL. The following parameters are used here:

  • database for transferring the database name
  • username for transferring the user name

The parameters are simply attached to the URL for the WebClient and separated from one another with a &.


You want to call up the WebClient under https://psr_webclient.firma.com. In the process, you want the login mask to be directly filled with the database Passwords and the user name Anderson. The following URL is then used: https://psr_webclient.firma.com/authentication/login?database=Passwords&username=Anderson


The WebClient is split into a number of sections that are described below.

1. Header

The header provides access to some essential functions.

2. Navigation bar

It is possible to switch between module and filter view on the navigation bar.

3. Filter or structure area

As is also the case on the client, it is possible to select between filter and structure.

4. Menu bar

The ribbon on the client has been replaced by a menu bar on the WebClient.

5. List view

The records currently selected using the filter can be viewed in list view.

6. Reading pane

The reading pane shows you details about the relevantly selected element.

7. Footer

Various information about the record is displayed in the footer. For example, logbook entries or the history.

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