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    Default Remove, manage saved passwords in Firefox

    Learn how to remove, delete, change, manage, view saved passwords in Mozilla Firefox web browser in Windows.

    Manage saved passwords in Firefox



    Follow this steps to know saved password :-

    1. Open Firefox
    2. Navigate to Tools > Options
    3. Click on Security tab
    4. Click on saved password[
    5. In Show Password tab click on view password & then you can see all saved password
    6. That’s why don’t save any password in cafe or in any public computer

    Lot’s if time when we read articles about security it is mentioned that don’t save password in browser . After reading this article you will never save your password. Because this trick is about how to know saved Password in your Firefox browser.

    Source:- TechGopal.



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    Quote Originally Posted by techgopal View Post
    Lots if time when we read articles about security their is mentioned about to dont save password in browser . After reading this article you will never save your password. Because this trick is about how to know saved Password in u r browser
    Follow this steps to know saved password :-

    1. Open any browser . I use Firefox
    2. Navigate to tools- option]
    3. Click in security tab
    4. Click on saved password[
    5. In Show Password tab click on view password & then you can see all saved password
    6. Thats why dont save any password in cafe or in any public computer
    Source:- TechGopal
    This tip is specific for Firefox, you should state that in the post title, or give step by step instructions for all browsers.

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    Hello Friends.......

    Firefox itself provide this feature. All you need to do is to Open Firefox -> “Tools” -> “Security“.

    Then click on “Show Passwords” button. A small window will appear giving information regarding Website Name and their respective Username. Click again on “Show Passwords” button and all your saved passwords will appear.

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    I NEVER save my passwords to any browser

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    Quote Originally Posted by alevin46 View Post
    Hello Friends.......

    Firefox itself provide this feature. All you need to do is to Open Firefox -> “Tools” -> “Security“.

    Then click on “Show Passwords” button. A small window will appear giving information regarding Website Name and their respective Username. Click again on “Show Passwords” button and all your saved passwords will appear.
    i suggest you read the first post, BEFORE you post....

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    Quote Originally Posted by techgopal View Post
    Lot’s if time when we read articles about security it is mentioned that don’t save password in browser . After reading this article you will never save your password. Because this trick is about how to know saved Password in u r browser.

    Follow this steps to know saved password :-

    1. Open Firefox
    2. Navigate to tools- option
    3. Click in security tab
    4. Click on saved password[
    5. In Show Password tab click on view password & then you can see all saved password
    6. That’s why don’t save any password in cafe or in any public computer

    Source:- TechGopal
    what is wrong about saving passwords in the webbrowser on your OWN computer ?
    but of course you should NOT save any passwords if you are using a PUBLIC computer at fx. a internet caf.
    and you should clear the cache and delete all cookies, if the computer isnt set to do it automatically.

    but you can also save passwords if you are using a client-server solution, fx. at my university when i login to the network the computer connects to a server,
    nothing is saved on the local computer, everything is on the server.

    fx. i never logout from any of my forums or websites when im at the university, so next time when i login on the computer im still logged in at this forum !
    its very practical as it saves me all the trouble of logging in at differrent forums etc.
    and this is SAFE, as no one except myself (and the admin) can login on my computer-account at the university.


    btw. you posted in the wrong section, this section is about "Micosoft Internet Explorer"...
    Last edited by hackerman1; 18th September 2010 at 04:30.

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    Very good information.... Thanks for sharing it...

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    Thankyou Techgopal

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