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This topic explains about built-in browser password managers and how these may affect Autofill in ID PROTECTION.

As most browsers have a built-in password manager, passwords may get saved to the browser automatically. To keep your passwords safe, the best practice is to avoid saving passwords in your browser.

Passwords saved in the browser may also cause issues with Autofill in ID PROTECTION, as the app is not able to identify the passwords properly for the service that is being logged into.

Before taking Autofill into use in ID PROTECTION, we therefore recommend the following:

  • Turn off the built-in password manager in the browser that you use.
  • Make sure that all the passwords stored in the built-in password manager are stored in Vault as well. Move your passwords to Vault, if you have not already done so.
  • Once the built-in password manager is turned off, to make sure that none of your passwords remain in the built-in password manager, you may also have to clear the data in the browser.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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