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We have a website which is hosted at IIS (localhost/r). It has a username and password field. Just wondering if there is any add-on for firefox or google chrome where I can save those fields and so that every time I don't have to re-enter them. I tried we developer add on for firefox but it pre-populates the password field with memorized text "password".

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Why don't you just use the inbuilt Password Manager for Firefox?

It should prompt you if you wish to save the password for the current site.

If you don't have this enabled go to Tools -> Options -> Security And then select "Remember passwords for sites".

Let me know if i have misunderstood your question.

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Thanks for your reply but this doesn't work because it's our internal site and it never asks for saving password. That's because for us it's a password (human user) but the website doesn't knows that. For the website it's like someone entering some text in a text field. Thanks for your time. – VVV Oct 12 '11 at 4:38
Do you have access to the source of the website? Can you change the text field into a password field? Failing that you could always install the Greasemonkey addon, which would allow you to write a script to enter the password in every time for you. – codemonkeh Oct 12 '11 at 5:27

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