Security Hell — my name is “admin” and “password” is my password
A typical brute force attack involves trying multiple “common” logins and passwords. Logins such as Admin, Administrator, Bob, guest, user, or test and passwords such as ‘password’, or ‘12345678’ are asking to be pwned. Readmore..
At home it is normally not a problem if your private login information is saved on your web browser, but in a public computer lab this can be quite a problem. FireFox and Google Chrome allow you to disable saving form data and passwords with a simple click on their options menu.
Internet Explorer 11 does also have this capability, but it is harder to find: click Internet Options, then Content, then the Settings button under Auto Complete. Delete AutoComplete History first, then uncheck the boxes for Autofilling Form Data.