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Save passwort but never ask for update?

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When I login at my online bank account, I am always asked for two passwords (see image), where the second password just consists of 2 numbers.

Every time I can use the autosaved password for the first form. After submitting the second form Firefox asks me always if I want to update the autosaved password for the first form. I always have to press "no" and when I hit accidentally "yes" I have to reenter my password in the first form.

The second form has always two random digits, so I don't wont to save this data anyway. I just don't wont to get asked anymore if I want to update my password.

Can I save a password for a website but never get asked again to update it?

When I login at my online bank account, I am always asked for two passwords (see image), where the second password just consists of 2 numbers. Every time I can use the autosaved password for the first form. After submitting the second form Firefox asks me always if I want to update the autosaved password for the first form. I always have to press "no" and when I hit accidentally "yes" I have to reenter my password in the first form. The second form has always two random digits, so I don't wont to save this data anyway. I just don't wont to get asked anymore if I want to update my password. Can I save a password for a website but never get asked again to update it?
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You have to choose Never save password for this domain. After that, first form should be autofilled with an old pass, but the question shouldn't show up anymore.

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TyDraniu
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You have to choose Never save password for this domain. After that, first form should be autofilled with an old pass, but the question shouldn't show up anymore.

You have to choose ''Never save password for this domain''. After that, first form should be autofilled with an old pass, but the question shouldn't show up anymore.

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