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Where are my passwords stored in browser?

When i click the remember me radio while signing into a web application, I know that my password is saved into somewhere inside my browser. I want to know the exact location of that file in my OS ...
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1answer
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Move sessions in Chrome to a different computer [duplicate]

I need to move my browsing session in Chrome to a different computer. For example, on my current computer, I have sessions saved for Gmail, Facebook etc. So, I can go to Facebook.com and it will not ...
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1answer
643 views

How does my browser remember my password?

When I log into Gmail/Facebook, my browser offers to save this password. Now, this login detail is stored in an SQLite file on my personal machine, which I can access. The password entry though, ...
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1answer
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Chrome: Can not change/delete/manage password/username on Google Dashboard [closed]

Well I am in a very awkward situation right now with updated Google Chrome. Previously it was possible to change/manage the saved password for specific sites, also, you could view the list of sites ...
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How safe is the password manager in browsers?

For example, Opera has a "wand" feature that remembers user names and password you typed across various sites. Let's say you get a trojan, which steals data from your PC. Can the trojan decrypt ...
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My gmail password hacked in Firefox?

While writing a message using Firefox suddenly my gmail login details, including password, were pasted into the body of my message at the current cursor position and in the browser's find field (whole ...
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1answer
184 views

Web page pre-populate fields with own values

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 ...
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2answers
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Is Epiphany the only browser for Gnome supporting password storage in keyring?

Is Epiphany the only browser for Gnome supporting password storage in keyring? Firefox and Chromium both seem to store login credentials in own storage thus limiting interoperability.
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1answer
93 views

Password-Sync (browser) with AUTH TLS support?

I'm looking for a addon/plugin or standalone software-solution to sync passwords with my own servers by using AUTH TLS. In fact, I do not trust projects like Firefox-Sync or LASTPASS and my superior ...
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Is it Possible for Hackers to steal password stored in your Browser

I was just wondering if XP passwords can be hacked then why cant a Hacker just hack my passwords stored in my browser. Is it possible for someone to know my browser saved password while I surf the ...
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4answers
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Can the Firefox password manager store and manage passwords for multiple sub-domains or different URLs in the same domain?

Can the Firefox password manager store and manage passwords for multiple sub-domains, or for multiple URLs in the same domain? The default behavior of Firefox is that all requests for *.domain.com ...
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2answers
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How to make password fields in browsers show plain text?

When I'm using the browsers installed on my stationary computer at home, there is no need to conceal the passwords I type in. Instead I'd like to be able to view them as plain text so I don't make any ...
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5answers
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How do I get my browser to remember passwords for secure sites?

I feel that my personal computers -- in my house -- are pretty safe. If someone has physical access to them then I am either okay with that or calling 911 with bigger problem. So I wonder: How do I ...
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Firefox 'forgetting' my logins after closing

A prime example of the above is logging into SO/SF/MSO/SU. I use myopenid and have an SSL Client Certificate, but each time I start FF I have to login. This happens for my Yahoo, GMail, etc as well. ...