Because the abuser may still chase you, knowing your social media account logins and passwords. He may even blackmail and bully you then. Therefore, the first commandment is “Never store your passwords and logins in the browser’s memory.” Clear all the form’s information; you can use Ccleaner for that.. Here are instructions how to remove all the passwords in most browsers:
Open the Tools menu, then Select Options. Switch to the Security tab. Click on Saved Passwords. To eliminate all existing saved passwords, click Remove all. To eliminate specific saved passwords, click View Saved Passwords and delete just those associated with weblogin.bu.edu. If you wish, deselect the option to Remember passwords. This will prevent passwords from being saved in the future. In older versions of Firefox, this option is in the Privacy tab instead of Security.
Mac OS X
Open the Firefox menu and select Preferences. Switch to the Security tab and click on Saved Passwords. To eliminate all existing saved passwords, click Remove all. To eliminate specific saved passwords, click View Saved Passwords and delete just those associated with weblogin.bu.edu. If you wish, deselect the option to Remember passwords. This will prevent passwords from being saved in the future. In older versions of Firefox, this option is in the Privacy tab instead of Security.
To delete individual passwords: when using IE and a saved password is pre-filled on your screen, simply highlight the username that displays there, and press the Delete key to remove just that one username/password combination from IE. Internet Explorer will then prompt you to confirm that you do want to delete it.
To delete all saved passwords open the Tools menu. Then select Internet Options and click Content. Under AutoComplete, click Settings. Then click Delete AutoComplete history. To prevent AutoComplete in the future, make sure AutoComplete is deselected for User names and passwords on forms, and then click on OK.
Open the Chrome menu using the button on the far right of the browser toolbar.
Choose Settings from the left-hand menu, click Show advanced settings at the bottom of the page. Click Manage saved passwords in the “Passwords and forms” section.
Windows, Linux, and Chrome devices:
In the Passwords dialog that appears, hover over the site whose password you’d like to remove and click the X that appears.
Mac OS X:
Remove the site passwords in the Keychain Access dialog that appears.
More information on managing website passwords in Chrome can be found in the Google Help pages https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/95582?hl=en
Open the Safari menu. Select Preferences. Switch to the Autofill tab. Click the Edit button for Usernames and Passwords Delete the entry that corresponds with weblogin.bu.edu.
Open the Tools menu. Select Advanced. Click on Password Manager. Delete the entry that corresponds with weblogin.bu.edu.
Check your browser. If you have any passwords saved thare, delete them immediately. Find other way of remembering your passwords and logins.
This is the third part of my short guide about online safety. I hope that you liked the previous ones. Stay tuned to my website as I will publish another episode soon.
Author: Victoria Herocten Writer and coach.
Since 2009 she helps women with abuse to start over and how to be happy .
The co-author of the bestseller “Gratitude Book”.