Saving your password in your Web browser’s saved password list can expose the data it protects to anyone else who uses your computer and possibly to others on the Internet. It also becomes problematic when you need to update or reset a password to a specific application or web site.
To remove a saved password from your browser’s saved password list, refer to the instructions below.
- Launch Chrome
- Select the three-circle icon from the far right of the browser window.
- Select Settings from the drop-down menu.
- Enter “Password” in the Search setting search bar.
- Scroll down to Saved Password.
- Look for the saved login that you want to remove.
- Click the three vertical dots from the far right side of the entries and select Remove password.
- Mozilla FireFox
- Launch Firefox
- Click the Menu bar from the right corner of the browser window.
- Select Logins and Passwords.
- Click on saved logins that you want to remove in the left navigation pane
- Click the Remove link
- Launch Safari.
- Click on Safari in the menu bar and select Preferences.
- Go to the Passwords tab.
- Select the password you want to remove and click on Remove.
- If you want to delete all passwords, you can click on Remove All.
- Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer (IE 10 and 11)
- Open the Internet Explorer browser.
- Click on the gear-shaped icon in the upper-right corner > Select “Internet options.”
- In the pop-up that appears, click the “Content” tab.
- In the “AutoComplete” section, click [Settings].
- Click [Delete AutoComplete history…].
- To delete all saved passwords within Internet Explorer, click the checkbox next to “Passwords.”
- Before you click [Delete], if you would like to keep any of the options in the pop-up, make sure they do not have a checkmark next to them > Click [Delete].
- Click [OK] and then [OK] again.