I suggest you look into Lastpass. It gives the benefits of autologin and all the decryption is done in your computer so even if they get hacked (which they did) the perp only get unusable garbage. Not a single password got hacked even though they got the entire database at that time.
And I didn't have to become an encryption specialist; I just saw the results of a concerted effort to break it. It survived intact.
Another perk to using it is that it can auto-generate passwords that are unguessable and unique for every site.
Very easy to use, and about as secure as one can get with passwords.
And the best part is that it works on my computers, tablet, smartphone, everywhere. I can login on unsecured computers like in the library, if I want, too.
It just plain works.
http://www.lastpass.com "The last password you will ever need"
I couldn't be happier with it.