FNB blocks users from saving passwords in their browser

envo

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That's exactly what I want to know. Whenever I go to a site that has sensitive details, I "never" remember password. I bet these are the same folk who also saves the password to their mail account in the browser too...and uses the same password, and reply to peepee enhancher mails, then wonder why they got hacked.
 

Beyond.Celsus

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I don't even save my payment details on steam

Just seems to be a very idiotic idea to save anything related to your money or accounts anywhere except your memory
 

namzsteve

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Nice, step in the right direction. Force them to remember their own passwords.
 

Soul Assassin

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Slightly unrelated but the other day by accident I found out the Capitec app doesn't allow you to take screenshots.
 

Arthur

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Chredge still works fine. Use it for business banking on secure office. No pw sync.
 

access

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lel

at one stage if you opened 2 fnb tabs in edge and logged in with 2 different logins/accounts. it would mix up the logins when browsing around the sites. ending up with 2 tabs of the same account or what ever you were looking at.

dodge
meh 2 articles.
 

bwana

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Just tested with Chrome and Safari and it happily used saved passwords, even though I got the splash screen on Chrome.

Blocking apps like lastpass would just be stupid.
 
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