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On a secure web site, whenever I open the page a drop down menu appears asking me if I want to save the log in information or not save it. I mistakenly clicked on save. I don't want to automatically open the web site with a click of the mouse. I want to enter my account information and enter my password each time. I don't know how to reverse my mistake and have the requirement to log in each time. (Out of curiosity, just where is the password data saved?)

Additionally. how can I avoid having that nuisance window from popping open each time I want to log in? It is an extra step I don't need to make to keep answering no every time I access the site.

On a secure web site, whenever I open the page a drop down menu appears asking me if I want to save the log in information or not save it. I mistakenly clicked on save. I don't want to automatically open the web site with a click of the mouse. I want to enter my account information and enter my password each time. I don't know how to reverse my mistake and have the requirement to log in each time. (Out of curiosity, just where is the password data saved?) Additionally. how can I avoid having that nuisance window from popping open each time I want to log in? It is an extra step I don't need to make to keep answering no every time I access the site.

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Hi, you can remove a saved login by going to

menu button > Passwords

After that:

You can completely turn off the Password Manager on the Settings page, or create an Exception so Firefox never saves a login for that page. See:

Password Manager - Remember, delete and edit logins and passwords in Firefox

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