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Copied words into browser do not clear after closing session

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When I go to a site that needs a password, I copy it from Last Pass into my browser. Then I enter my username and paste the password. Then when done, I sign off and close the page. I can go to another page that may want information. I fill it out and the previous password is still there and the only way I can get rid of it is to copy something new into the browser. Then, I have that new word stuck in my browsers. Whatever word is in there will only go away wen the computer is restarted. This can be just a password or any words that were copied and then pasted.

It used to be when I left a site that required a password, for example, when the page was closed, the word was gone instantly. I remember going back to a site that I need to do additional work on and when I clicked on the paste, it was greyed out or it would come up blank. That has how it has always worked until the last update. Have checked all security, cookie, privacy settings and it is all the same. Have tied every combination of settings and nothing will let the word or words clear out after I close Firefox. All browsing history ans history is cleared each time, but I have no control over the info copied into the browser, except to copy in something like 10 Xs, but then that stays. Have worked on this for a week and it really has me bugged. Last Pass told me it is a Firefox problem?

When I go to a site that needs a password, I copy it from Last Pass into my browser. Then I enter my username and paste the password. Then when done, I sign off and close the page. I can go to another page that may want information. I fill it out and the previous password is still there and the only way I can get rid of it is to copy something new into the browser. Then, I have that new word stuck in my browsers. Whatever word is in there will only go away wen the computer is restarted. This can be just a password or any words that were copied and then pasted. It used to be when I left a site that required a password, for example, when the page was closed, the word was gone instantly. I remember going back to a site that I need to do additional work on and when I clicked on the paste, it was greyed out or it would come up blank. That has how it has always worked until the last update. Have checked all security, cookie, privacy settings and it is all the same. Have tied every combination of settings and nothing will let the word or words clear out after I close Firefox. All browsing history ans history is cleared each time, but I have no control over the info copied into the browser, except to copy in something like 10 Xs, but then that stays. Have worked on this for a week and it really has me bugged. Last Pass told me it is a Firefox problem?

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Sorry, I don't use Last Pass myself, but your explanation about using "copy" to get a password from Last Pass over to Firefox doesn't sound like correct usage of Last Pass.

Regardless, when "copy" is used and then "paste" is used, the Clipboard feature in the operating system comes into play. Whatever is copied to the clipboard isn't cleared immediately after pasting; it is cleared when something else is copied to the clipboard or after Windows is shutdown or restarted.

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My Last Pass usually fills in everything just fine and there is no need to copy anything, it automatically autofills. On one credit card site, It will not let me use autofill, so I enter my username, look up my 75 digit password and copy it and then paste it to the site. It used to be that when I left that site and had to comeback to it for some reason, the pasted password was gone. I just thought this was a security feature. If you are saying that the actions I have described or completely normal and safe, I will just quit worrying about it. Thanks.