Autocomplete That Damn Input
Some web developers think that disabling password autocompletion will increase the security of their users. Because, hey, everybody knows than writing your password in a text file or on a sticky note is much safer than letting Safari storing it in your encrypted keychain!
Maybe some people manage to remember douzens of randomly-chosen 12-character passwords. But the rest of use won't memorize more than a few passwords and think that disabling autocompletion is a considerable hassle. The
Delete That Damn Event is a Safari extension that forces autocompletion for all HTML inputs.
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