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Microsoft Edge is getting a welcome Windows 10 security boost – TechRadar

Storing and accessing passwords in Edge is now even more secure



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Microsoft has begun rolling out a new security feature for Edge in Windows 10 that will prevent unauthenticated users from using autofill to enter passwords in its browser.
Just like with other modern browsers, Microsoft Edge contains a built-in password manager that allows users to store and autofill their passwords. While convenient, the browser’s password management feature could be abused if a user steps away from their computer.
For this reason, Microsoft is now testing a new optional feature…

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