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The "save this login" prompt using bogus information

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When I go to log into sites, I get a prompt from Firefox to update the stored password, even though I'm logging in with the autofilled password. When I click to show the password they want to update with it pops up as "test". I don't get this problem with Chrome and Edge, but it does happen on FF with different computers.

When I go to log into sites, I get a prompt from Firefox to update the stored password, even though I'm logging in with the autofilled password. When I click to show the password they want to update with it pops up as "test". I don't get this problem with Chrome and Edge, but it does happen on FF with different computers.

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Some websites modify the login form when you submit the form and copy the actual values to hidden fields. If Firefox notices such a change in the fields then you get a dialog to update the stored username and password. In such a case you can create a login block exception to suppress this update dialog.