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How to ensure Internet Explorer doesn’t store the passwords


Internet Explorer includes a feature that allows auto-saving of passwords entered in the various forms on the web.
For security reasons, those interested can disable this feature by making a simple change to the registry.
Start the Registry Editor (Start, Run …, regedit) so bring in correspondence with the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CurrentVersion -> Internet Settings

Bring in the right panel and double click the value “DisablePasswordCaching” (if it doesn’t exists you have to create by selecting Edit menu item New -> DWORD Value), therefore you have to set its value to “1“.

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