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Delete stored passwords

Why you should remove stored passwords

Web browsers store passwords that you typed in web forms. While the AutoComplete feature may be helpful for some things, it can also seriously compromise your security and privacy, as anyone who has access to your computer can use stored passwords to get access to the corresponding web sites or use special software to retrieve passwords stored as autocomplete data.

How to delete stored passwords

How can I delete passwords in Internet Explorer?
How can I prevent Internet Explorer from automatically storing passwords?
How can I disable storing passwords in Firefox?
How can I delete passwords in Safari?

How to delete passwords

How can I delete passwords Internet Explorer?

To delete stored passwords in Internet Explorer:

Select Tools.

Select Internet Options.

Open the Content tab.

Click the AutoComplete button.

Click the Clear Passwords.

How can I prevent Internet Explorer from automatically storing passwords?

If you don't want Internet Explorer to save passwords:

Select Tools.

Select Internet Options.

Open the Content tab.

Click the AutoComplete button.

Remove check marks from the User names and passwords on forms boxes.

Click OK.


How can I disable storing passwords Firefox?

Select Tools then Internet Options.

Select the Privacy tab.

Open Saved passwords category.

Remove the check mark from the Remember passwords.

How can I delete passwords in Safari?

Select Preferences.

Click on Autofill.

Uncheck the box next to User names and passwords.

Close the Autofill window.

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