Turn off information storage on your browser

Many computer users take advantage of the convenience of saving credentials into your browser so you don’t have to enter them repeatedly. This lets you instantly fill out credit card numbers and personal information across all websites. However, all this data is stored in your browser, meaning a criminal can potentially access it.

A far safer alternative is to disable this feature completely and use a password manager. Password managers are separate from your browser and, unlike browser-based credential storage, are always protected by a master password.