Do you save your passwords in your browser?
stephenb 17 weeks ago
Since Elliot Kember posted about the way the Chrome browser stores user passwords (plain text), there have been a flood of articles on the subject. Do you use the password save feature in your browser, and if so, will you stop after learning how they are stored?
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