An actual breach was highly unlikely. Get downloadable ebooks for free! It's always interesting and useful to learn the "how" and "why" of why and how things do the things they do. The word "Hacking" is FAR from "True"---all you're doing is changing a "false" to "true" or "true to false" or 0 to 1,etc.
Options > Personal Stuff > Passwords > Manage Saved Passwords: you can then click on each stored username to reveal the passwords - and they remain on the screen as long Very thoughtful. It is possible the site you are referring to could be using Flash/Silverlight/etc. Like another poster though, I also dislike the idea of information being stored under someone else's lock and key.
Submitted by David Grossberg. Someone pointed out the "tried and true" mthod banks employ of locking up paper, stating that's the best way to keep things secure. Thanks, RS November 7, 2011 Jason Faulkner @RS - If there are no HTML elements with the autocomplete attribute, this will not work. Firefox Not Asking To Save Password Lets you edit license agreements and other disabled form elements.
Also, I was still never prompted to save the password. That means, when you visit their website, you won't (by default) be able to save a password because of a setting change. Is there a revised version that will force passwords to be saved in FF 9.0.1?Rayprius2010 at hotmail dot co dot uk AnonymousI can't get this to work in FF 3.6.6. Google?
Some websites offer to keep you logged in by clicking a check box on the site. How To Save Password In Firefox Automatically May 16, 2011 Jason Faulkner It appears the site is automatically prefixing the URL to the bookmarklet link. You can override this behavior. Using a bookmarklet Bookmark the "remember passwords" link on this page. However, with a simple click or two of your mouse, you can work around this limitation and force your browser to remember the password on these uncooperative sites.
enlarge textareas (, , ) Makes textareas 5 lines taller. From this point on I've been able to open the site and be automatically logged in. Remember Password Firefox It collects all the passwords and displays them in plain text in a popup window. How To Get A Website To Remember Your Password Internet Explorer Here are some alternate versions that you can try.
Contrary to some of the comments above, I would like to put it to the right use. Turns all Post forms on a page into Get forms, allowing you to bookmark a search-results page. Where are my logins stored? Note: If attempting this in Windows 7, wherever I make a reference to the Keychain Access application, simple replace that with the Credential Manager. Firefox Remember Password Not Working
AnonymousThis method to force Firefox to save your password doesn't appear to work any longer in Firefox 10. As for LastPass… I am not familiar with this product (I had to Google it when I visited this page)… Bravo to them for being proactive and forthcoming. Choose to try another id, this time when you choose your id, it should fill in the password as well. Ultimately, it all boils down to personal preference with where you want to keep your login data… on your system or in the cloud.
Thank you for your post. How To Save Password In Firefox Automatically Without Asking Any ideas? Most search forms are Get forms, which include form data as part of the URL in a format like ?var=value.
After you type your password and submit the form, the browser will offer to remember your password.Next, simply login as normal. the-edmeister Top 10 Contributor Moderator 4906 solutions 36226 answers Posted 8/19/13, 2:16 PM Chosen Solution Some web sites, including many banks and a few other sites, tell browsers not to remember character count (, , ) Displays a running count of the characters in each textbox. This code I need as well =) 778likes1083followers395followers405followers8subscribersEmail Marketing Service Reviews & AwardsWinner: GetResponse (Review)Runner Up: Campaigner (Review)Third Place: iContact (Review)How to Create a WebsiteGet Our Free Monthly E-Newsletter Receive New Content As It
We merely need to change the value of this attribute, wherever it is present, to "on". But other possibilities include: that you are using private browsing or the site is preventing saving of usernames. Can we get a new one please? If you aren't, then why imply to those who don't know there was a security problem?