Disabling the browser’s built-in password management feature

Many modern web browsers provide rudimentary password management features that may actually conflict with the richer feature set provided by 1Password. We strongly recommend disabling your browser’s password management feature.

Note: You might not want to clear the list of saved passwords in your browser until you’ve created Logins in 1Password for the corresponding sites. Once you have, though, clearing the passwords saved in your browser might plug a potential “hole” in your system’s security.

Internet Explorer (32-bit)

  1. In Internet Explorer, choose Tools > Internet Options.

  2. Select the Content tab.

  3. Click the Settings button next to Auto-Complete.

  4. Disable the User names and passwords on forms option.

Firefox (32-bit)

  1. In Firefox, choose Tools > Options.

  2. Select the Security tab.

  3. Disable the Remember passwords for sites option.

Chrome

  1. In Chrome, click the “wrench” tool, and choose Options.

  2. Select the Personal Stuff tab, and for “Passwords” select the Never save passwords option.

Safari

  1. In Safari, click the “gear” tool, and choose Preferences.

  2. Select the AutoFill tab, and for “AutoFill web forms” disable the Usernames and passwords option.