I am trying to avoid some password fields from being suggested by the browser to be saved and then remembering it later.
I have tried changing the TextBox names so that “password” wouldn’t be part of it, but it had no effect. I have a feeling that the InputType = “Password” is the culprit, but there is no way to avoid it if we set the PasswordChar to * (asterisk), for example.
Apparently, the new hack for that would be to set the AutoComplete to “new-password” (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Security/Securing_your_site/Turning_off_form_autocompletion), not sure this would stop Chrome, for example, to ask to save it all the time. However, the only options we get is Default, On and Off.
Is there a way to address this scenario and get rid of Browsers asking for saving and remembering passwords in the application?
Thanks in advance.
I’ll add the option to apply autocomplete=”new-password” as an enhancement for the next build. It does seem like each browser has different requirements and “tricks” for preventing password autocompletion. Your best bet to find a solution for this issue (beyond the enhancement) is to check browser documentation and Stack Overflow.
Anyways, we’ll add the enhancement and see if that fixes your issue first!
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