Your browser has an integrated password manager, which asks you if you want to save a password after entering it for the first time on a website. We recommend to disable this integrated password manager so that there won't be any conflicts with Password Depot.
Disable storing passwords in Chrome:
1. Click on the Chrome menu in the toolbar and select "Settings".
2. Go to the section "Autofill" and click on "Passwords".
3. Deactivate the option "Offer to save passwords".
Disable storing passwords in Firefox:
1. Click on "Options".
2. Click on "Privacy & Security".
3. Deactivate the option "Ask to save logins and passwords for websites" under "Logins and Passwords".
Disable storing passwords in Internet Explorer:
1. Click on the settings menu and select "Internet Options".
2. Click on the tab "Content".
3. In the AutoComplete section click on "Settings".
4. Disable the options "Forms and searches" and "User names and passwords on forms".
Disable storing passwords in Safari:
1. Click on the Safari menu and select "Preferences".
2. Click on the AutoFill icon.
3. Deactivate all the AutoFill web forms settings: “Using info from my contacts”, “User names and passwords”, “Credit cards”, and “Other forms”.
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