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How to Prevent People From Viewing Your Browser’s Saved Passwords

How to Prevent People From Viewing Your Browser’s Saved Passwords | Techy Stuff | Scoop.it
Have you ever saved a password in your browser — Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or another one? Then your passwords are likely viewable by anyone with access to your computer while you’re logged in.
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How To Hide Passwords in an Encrypted Drive Even the FBI Can’t Get Into - How-To Geek

How To Hide Passwords in an Encrypted Drive Even the FBI Can’t Get Into - How-To Geek | Techy Stuff | Scoop.it
Encryption tools exist to protect your privacy… and also to make you feel like you’re an awesome spy. Today we’ll use a portable USB drive to hold all of your passwords encrypted in a virtual disk hidden inside a file.
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3 Ways to Back Up & Restore Your Wi-Fi Passwords - How-To Geek

3 Ways to Back Up & Restore Your Wi-Fi Passwords - How-To Geek | Techy Stuff | Scoop.it
Windows remembers Wi-Fi passwords to save you time, but you can save more time by exporting the saved passwords and transfering them to other computers. LastPass, WirelessKeyView, and Windows itself can back up your wireless passwords.
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Lost Your Windows Administrator Password? Here’s How to Fix It

Lost Your Windows Administrator Password? Here’s How to Fix It | Techy Stuff | Scoop.it
You’ve lost control. All the accounts you can access on your Windows computer aren’t Administrator accounts, meaning you’re helpless to install software, update drivers or do any kind of administration whatsoever.
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View and Delete Stored Passwords in Firefox - How-To Geek

View and Delete Stored Passwords in Firefox - How-To Geek | Techy Stuff | Scoop.it
Firefox allows you to securely store usernames and passwords for websites in its Password Manager. When you visit one of the websites again, Firefox automatically fills in the username and password to log you in.
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