Every day when I go to work with my laptop which has Fedora 36 installed, I open up Firefox in order to fill the "IT Checklist" where I need to visit a couple of local in… (xem thêm)
Every day when I go to work with my laptop which has Fedora 36 installed, I open up Firefox in order to fill the "IT Checklist" where I need to visit a couple of local intranet websites in order to fill upbound threshold and inbound threshold.
I see weird Firefox behavior when it comes to, "Firefox remembering past logins".
Let's say, I went to a website that has a URL like 220.127.116.11, and a password 1234.
Every time I try to log in to this website, Firefox asks if I want to update my password !! Something which I don't understand. Neither I am changing the password, nor I have written a different password to update with.
Every time Firefox try to update the password of this website with a random long string of character, which is out of my mind. I have to be careful each time and press "Don't Update" option.
On a normal website (let's say Facebook.com) there is no such problem. But when it comes to a local website, Firefox behaves very differently.
There is another website called 18.104.22.168. Its username is root and the password is 4321. But when I try to login in, only the password section is auto-filled, the username section needs to manually be written. Even though about:logins see both domains saving their respective username and password, when it comes to serving users, it sucks misbehave a lot.
Clearly, there is a fundamental problem in Firefox when it comes to handling how logins are saved and served to the user.
I really hope that Firefox 109 fixes this issue and handles the local website properly.