... the Windows-application - a home banking program - upon each start changes its "identification".-
I'm working with 1pw 184.108.40.2066 under Windows 10 pro x64 (v1803). The banking program is called TopBanking (made by Subsembly, Germany) and - as I found out - changes its "identification" upon each start. The last identification appearing in 1pw is "HwndWrapper[TopBanking.exe;;00989f18-c7b7-4717-bf96-509de99ecb0d]". 1pw worked well for this session after I had created a new application login for this identification. After the next start of TopBanking 1pw could not login automatically. I checked the idenfication of TopBanking by creating a new login again and found that the hex-number after the ';;' had changed. After having done some more tries I'm sure that TopBanking upon each start creates a different hex-number.
Is there any around this? I already tried to replace the hex-number simply by an asterisk (*) as place-holder, but this doesn't work. Is there any other workaround?
Or has the TopBanking program to be changed/fixed?
I would appreciate your help very much!
1Password Version: 220.127.116.116
Extension Version: not applicable for app-login
OS Version: Win10prox64 (v1803)
Sync Type: local vault only