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NEVER SAVE YOUR PASSWORD IN FIREFOX BROWSER

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1 NEVER SAVE YOUR PASSWORD IN FIREFOX BROWSER on Mon Jul 28, 2014 6:34 am

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Hi folks, there is a vulnerability in Firefox browser, which we should all know to caution us not to ever save our password in that browser. Did you know that saved passwords in Firefox can be hacked? Yes it can, so beware. Whether you are browsing on your own PC, or in a cyber cafe, never save your passwords in the browser. This is how the password is hacked:

1. Open Firefox Web Browser
2. Then Click on Firefox > Option > Option
3. Then a POP Up box will appear, In that pop up window, go to Security and click on Saved Passwords
4. Now click on the website whose password you want to see and click on Show Password
(Note: It will ask for confirmation so click on yes when dialog box appears)
5. Done, the password has been hacked with few simple steps.

So now you know, saving your password in a Firefox browser is dangerous, so avoid it, if you have been doing it.
Thanks you all.


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PhAnt0m

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I think if you happen to be the only user of the pc which the Firefox is install on, then there wont be any problem until someone get his hands on it, however is always essential to clear password, cache and cookie if you visit the cafe or use any public pc.


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phAnt0m DrAcON wrote:I think if you happen to be the only user of the pc which the Firefox is install on, then there wont be any problem until someone get his hands on it, however is always essential to clear password, cache and cookie if you visit the cafe or use any public pc.
tnx admin for the heads up....hackgh 4 lyf


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BePPsTar

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@admin thats right......
but you can password protect your saved passwords in firefox using a master password...
lets say u use your pc in the house but different people log onto it

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branzy


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@misterio wrote:
tnx admin for the heads up....hackgh 4 lyf

is also very important to leave caches on cause it enhance fast browsing

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shata1

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hmmmm Branzy how?

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branzy


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@shata1 The cache contains local copies of bits of websites. Your browser loads these bits from your hard drive when you visit a website that requires them, speeding things up and saving download bandwidth. so u need not to always clear ur cache

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ksolo

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@branzy they help load pages faster alright but too much cache will defnatly slow firefox down and even cause it to freeze on systems with low ram.

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samkiss


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you can password protect your saved password, which is very safe and convenient, no cause for alarm

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Dagobert

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@Samkiss, It would have been more convenient if you had shown how to password protect your saved password in Firefox rather than just saying it. This benefits those who don't know how to do that and also prevents repetitive questions.


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