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Security is supposed to hurt and be inconvenient.
You can google: use firefox to keep login credentials
You should then find directions to make advanced changes in your security settings.
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Vesko Jel wrote:Not SSO. It is an explicit instruction from web server to web browser not to cache form data.
Firefox doesn't save my login credentials, so I have to enter my password each time I visit the forum.
It's a bit annoying. Tried this on another PC and with IE9, but it's the same. Doesn't look like a caching problem.
Is it just me or this is the way SSO is supposed to work?
For overriding it in Firefox:
Have been using this hack since 2010 for OTN access. Works fine. But risks need to be understood and accepted.
unfortunately this hack doesn't work anymore ( FF > v5 ), but I found http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/rememberpass add-on which did the trick.
Edited by: Vesko Jel on Feb 7, 2013 12:07 PM