Why firefox repeatedly asked if I want to save a password when I already clicked ever "for this site?

I like the fact that Firefox will save my passwords, but I don't want that to record the essential password like banking etc. When I enter my banking website, Firefox asks "I want to save this password". I click "never for this site". But the next time I'm on my Bank's Web site, he asks me the same question again and again.

Is there a way I can stop Firefox do this? Either way, my bank site never appears in the 'Exceptions' box (to the saved passwords).


You can control and manage permissions for the domain in the tab currently selected through these steps:

  • Click the address bar onthe Site identity button"(globe/lock)
  • Click on 'More information' to open ' tools > Page Info "with the Security tab is selected
  • Go to the permissions tab (Tools > Page Info > permissions) to check the permissions for the domain in the currently selected tab

You can control and manage permissions for all areas on the Subject: authorizations page.

Make sure not to delete the preferences of Site where you use 'Clear history of Firefox closing' or otherwise to clear the history.

Compensation of the "Site Preferences" clears all exceptions for cookies, images, pop-up windows, installation of software, passwords, and other specific data from Web site.

Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions (Firefox/tools > Modules > Extensions) or if hardware acceleration is the cause of the problem.

  • Put yourself in the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/tools > Modules > appearance
  • Do NOT click on the reset button on the startup window Mode safe

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