4) Like on iOS, your autofill details will not be saved if you are using private browsing and you can tell if you are by the dark navigation bar. Simply close that window and reopen without private browsing. If Safari won’t save a password on a site you’re visiting, keep in mind that some websites request that passwords not be saved. If you're not using a password manager you really should be. It's really easy to step up your online security with a password manager like Dashlane, the official password manager of Cult of Mac.
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I understand that you are seeing the suggested passwords in Safari, and you would like to stop this from showing up. I know it's important to have your Mac work in a way that is efficient for you, so I'm happy to help.
This feature is a combination of having Safari AutoFill and iCloud Keychain enabled on your Mac. To prevent this dialogue from showing up, you would have to stop using one or both of these features. You can read more about each of these in order to make an informed decision in the following articles:
Safari for Mac: Use AutoFill for credit cards, contacts, and passwords in Safari
Frequently asked questions about iCloud Keychain - Apple Support
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Safari 10.x and higher (Mac OS ®) From the Safari menu, select Preferences. Select the Passwords icon at the top of the window. Type 'Vanguard' into the search bar on the right-hand side. A result for the stored Vanguard password should appear. Select a saved password and then click Remove at the bottom of the window. Repeat for each instance. From the Safari menu, choose Preferences, then click Passwords. Sign in with Touch ID, or enter your user account password. You can also authenticate your password with your Apple Watch running watchOS 6 or later. To see a password, select a website. Viewing passwords on iPhone and iPad Open the Settings on your iOS device and then follow these steps to see your Safari passwords. In Settings, select Passwords & Accounts. Tap Website & App Passwords.
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View saved passwords in Safari
- Open Safari.
- From the Safari menu, choose Preferences, then click Passwords.
- Sign in with Touch ID, or enter your user account password. You can also authenticate your password with your Apple Watch running watchOS 6 or later.
- To see a password, select a website.
- To update a password, select a website, click Details, update the password, then click Done.
- To delete a saved password, select a website, then click Remove.
You can also use Siri to view your passwords by saying something like 'Hey Siri, show my passwords.'
Save your passwords across your devices
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Autofill your Safari user names and passwords, credit cards, Wi-Fi passwords, and more on any device you approve. iCloud Keychain keeps your passwords and other secure information updated across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.
Learn how to set up iCloud Keychain.
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Use AutoFill to store credit card information
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AutoFill automatically enters things like your previously saved credit card details, contact information from the Contacts app, and more.
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