Using your web browser to store your login credentials is tempting and convenient, but doing so is risky even without malware infections.
By doing so, a local or remote actor with access to your machine could steal all your passwords in a matter of minutes.
Instead, it would be best to use a dedicated password manager that stores everything in an encrypted vault and requests the master password to unlock it.
Moreover, you should configure specific rules for sensitive websites such as e-banking portals or corporate asset webpages, requiring manual credential input.
Finally, activate multi-factor authentication wherever it’s is available, as this additional step can save you from account take-over incidents even if your credentials have been compromised.
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