How to delete a website from Safari’s “Never Save Password” list
How to remove saved password in Safari?
Like Google Chrome, when you visit or open any website first time in Safari browser, it always prompts you to save your login credentials. However, it is a good option if you need to open the same website again and again but it might not be good when you are sharing your Mac with others. If you want to change settings in Safari that do not save the password or never save password for the specific websites, you may easily do it. If you are wondering how to do that, here we will provide you some simple steps to remove a website from Safari’s “Never Save Password” list.
Storing password in web browser’s saved password list may expose the data; it can be easily accessed by anyone else who uses your computer or others on the Internet. You may prevent it by removing the saved password for a specific websites, follow the below given steps to do that:
- Launch “Safari” browser on your Mac
- Select “Preferences….” from the Safari menu.
- Click “Passwords” in the Preferences window.
- Enter the “password”you use to log into your account on your Mac and hit “enter” on your keyboard.
- Enter the name of the website in the search field.
- Now, Select the website for which the password has never been saved and click the “Remove”
After completing the above given steps, you will be asked again about saving the password for a website.
This is how you may easily remove saved passwords from Safari browser on your Mac. Unfortunately, this feature is available only on Mac. Moreover, if you have iCloud’s Keychain Access set up, the saved information get synced across your Mac and iOS devices in an encrypted file.
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