How to Remove or Stop Autofill Saved Password in Safari on Mac: Big Sur, Catalina, Mojave, High Sierra, Yosemite

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Unfortunately, you have saved your website login details (Username and Password) in your safari, Chrome web browser on OS X. Now you worried about how to delete or remove saved passwords in Safari Mac OS X settings. Most of the forums, Social side, and Bank account must be secure from your end, in this case, no one can log in directly by autofill login dateless when he or she visits from your Mac. So time to time you have to check, By mistake, you saved any username and password on Mac or not.   

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Note: through this way you can fix the problem on auto-filled login details for a particular website when you visit or open by someone, you can remove.

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Step for Delete/Remove Saved Password in Safari Mac OS X or Stop Showing Autofill Usernames and Passwords

  • Step 1: Go to the Spotlight search and find safari. and Open it.
  • Step 2: Next, From the top menu Safari > Preference.Go to the Safari Preference on Mac OS X
  • Step 3: Move to Password from top tab options. Enter your Mac System password to authenticate successfully.
View All Saved Password list on Mac from icloud keychain
View All Saved Password list on Mac from the iCloud keychain
    • To Stop All Websites use Autofill Username and Password
    • Go with Autofill Tab and Uncheck the Options for Website’s Username and Password or Credit Card details.

      Use Auto fill Web forms for Credit cards and Login details on mac Safari
      Use Autofill Webforms for Credit cards and Login details on mac Safari: Uncheck it
  • Step 4: Where you can check for individual website URL by search name inside the search box.
  • Step 5: From this password setting pane you can See password and remove data (Username and Password) for selected website title.
Select and Remove Saved Password on Mac
Select and Remove Saved Password on Mac
  • Tap on Remove from the list of Saved Passwords on Safari Mac and iCloud Keychain also.
Remove Saved Password complately from icloud Keychain
Remove Saved Password completely from iCloud Keychain
  • For See password, Just select website name and Enable “Show Passwords for Selected Websites” > Enter login password for verification.
  • To remove the saved passwords in Safari Mac OS X, press the “remove” button. clear all list click on “Remove All”.

Must Read: Completed Guide to Use Autofill safari on iPhone, iPad, Mac.

Stop Autofill Usernames and Password that your Safari Showing Saved Password, on Mac

we can stop autofill saved Password on Safari mac running the latest macOS. That Prevent from unauthorized login our Saved Password account on a Mac.

  1. Open Safari on Mac.
  2. From the top menu, Safari > Preferences.
  3. Next, Click on the Password tab.
  4. Then, Enter the Password to authorize changes. also, find another option is “Autofill Usernames and PasswordsUncheck this option and That’s it.

    Stop your Mac Safari Showing Saved Password
    Stop your Mac Safari Showing Saved Password

Same option available in Google chrome

  1. Go to the Google Chrome and open it, from the top menu Chrome > Preferences > Find passwords and Forms > Manage Passwords.
  2. Remove saved password in Chrome, click on the “X” mark showing infant of the name of the website.

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Now you have successfully remove saved password in Safari Mac or Stop Autofill Usernames and Passwords on Safari Mac. Stile getting stuck to find an option for that touch with us, we will be glad to assist you.

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