When you type a password in a form of one of the most popular browsers (Internet Explorer and Firefox) you offer remember , whether it’s your personal computer and even the computer you use at work as Chances are that you click yes and the password is stored in the browser .
So far everything normal … we store our passwords in our browser to remember them the next time you have to use them, the problem we have if someone uses your computer and knows where to look to see our passwords.
Explore passwords with IE, Firefox and Google Chrome
Google Chrome despite being the youngest is not pound, we can also discover the passwords stored with ChromePass.
The application on the screen shows a url address and a user name and password with which have been identified in it apart from the date they were entered for the first time.
The passwords stored in Internet Explorer are encrypted, but anyone can easily see your passwords using this application (IE PassView).
In Firefox en lot easier ‘to’ and in this case is no need to use any application to see our passwords stored in Firefox.
It’s as simple as access to:
Tools -> Options -> Security -> Show Passwords
To solve “this problem” in Firefox for example we have the possibility of
enable the master password , I imagine that those who did not know this feature of browsers will think before back to say yes to a browser .