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Chrome automatically enters my bank password when I go to the Bank site. How do I stop this?

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Click on the button on the upper right with 3 lines select "Settings" then select "Settings" from the left-hand menu then "Show advanced settings" from the bottom of the page, go to "Passwords and forms" and click on "Manage passwords" just behind "Offer to save your web passwords"

Here you can delete the password for the website of your bank

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Chrome could easily auto-save it again... – cybermonkey Aug 31 '14 at 22:54
@zyboxenterprises It gives you a prompt when it does, just click Never for this site or whatever the wording is. – Zeke Sonxx Sep 1 '14 at 2:44

Go to "Settings" then select "Settings" from the left-hand menu then "Show advanced settings" from the bottom of the page, go to "Passwords and forms" and deselect "Enable Auto-fill to fill in web forms in a single click. "

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This will actually disable all websites, not just the bank. And the login info for the bank is still stored on the computer. – Roald van Doorn Aug 31 '14 at 20:50
You should offer constructive answer not just negations to other answers; the author of the post did not tell that he wants to delete the password/s; moreover, he did not mention that he wants login info to be deleted from his computer; "read twice, answer once" – b0s0r0gu Aug 31 '14 at 21:05
@b0s0r0gu: Chill down and accept some criticism, even though he didn't even really criticize you, just pointed out a really important fact that the OP should be beware of if choosing this option. – Yogu Aug 31 '14 at 21:08
@Yogu: I love constructive critics and I hate far-from-subject ones; Roald van Doorn criticize on some hypotheses not written explicitly by post's author. In fact, my answer solves the posted issue but Roald van Doorn intervenes and brings some critics about issues which are not stated by author of the post. – b0s0r0gu Aug 31 '14 at 21:54
Upvoted: It's a viable solution, just not an ideal one. – cybermonkey Aug 31 '14 at 22:54

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