Re: Passsword managers and autocomplete='off'

On 2013/12/18 7:12, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
> I also forgot to mention:
> (3) At least some sites believe that consumer finance regulations
> require them to use autocomplete=off. They believe their requirement
> to protect the user's authentication information and prevent it from
> being accessed by third parties extends to preventing passwords from
> being automatically stored on the user's computer.
Banks don't seem to have a problem with Quicken storing the account
passwords for its DirectConnect feature. They actively cooperate with
Intuit to support DirectConnect.

I agree with all the others who have said that not storing the passwords
reduces security. I use pen & paper myself for those I can't otherwise



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