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Removing unwanted box asking to save password.


cruiser2

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When I open my email or other web sites I am now getting a small box in the top LH corner which states" Would you like to remember the password for ####### on ######". There is a key on the left of the box. It means I have to cancel this every time as I do not want my password saved.I have several different passwords, depending which email address or web site I am opening. I have Adblock installed but it isn't stopping this.

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Secret-Squirrel

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Are you using the Firefox browser? If you are then go into FF's "Options", click the "Security" tab, untick the "Remember passwords for sites" option then click the "OK" button.

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mgmcc

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Is this in Firefox? If so, go to "Tools > Options", select the "Security" tab and untick the box Remember Passwords for sites.

" I do not want my password saved.I have several different passwords, depending which email address or web site I am opening"

It does of course remember the correct Username & Password for whichever site you're accessing.

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Jock1e

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Is there not a little box in it that you tick not to show again.

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