How to View & Delete Saved Passwords in Chrome, Edge, Firefox & Safari
Are you realizing that saving passwords in your browser isn't super secure? Or maybe you started using a password manager like Dashlane and having your browser suggest passwords is getting in the way? In this post, we'll show you how to view and delete saved passwords in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari.
The best way to stay secure online is to have strong, unique passwords for every account, but it's nearly impossible to remember hundreds of passwords. While saving passwords in your browser solves for that inconvenience, it's a bandage over a much larger problem.
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Unfortunately, the saved passwords in your browser often aren't secure. And many browsers allow anyone with physical or remote access to your computer to view all saved passwords. Those that do require authentication to see your saved passwords have easy workarounds.
Dashlane not only autofills passwords, but it also protects your info behind a master password. Dashlane's password manager also works no matter what device or browser you're using, so you get the same saved password convenience wherever you are. Best of all, these conveniences are backed by our patented security architecture and best-in-class encryption.
So without further ado, here's how to view and delete saved passwords from popular web browsers. Just click the + on the right to expand the sections below to read the instructions for each browser.
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