Access Safari Passwords On Your iPhone

If you need to see your stored Safari passwords while on the go, you can get to them on your iPhone. While they are automatically inserted when using Safari on your iPhone, to use the passwords on another device you can go to the Settings app and view them there.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Access Safari Passwords On Your iPhone”

    nick
    3 years ago

    This is the most useful website I have for learning, thanks Gary

    Bob
    3 years ago

    Gary,
    In Safari is there a way to change the generated passwords to include symbols and no duplicate #’s or letters. I tried using a generated password on one of my banks but they do not accept duplicate letters or numbers and they require special symbols. All I could get when generating a password was a series of 12 letters & numbers with a dash after every 3rd sequence.
    Thanks, Bob

    3 years ago

    Bob: No, there’s no customization in that way. You can use a third-party app, like 1Password, to do it, though. Or, if this is the only case, then just remove the dashes and duplicates manually this one time.

    Wow, they don’t allow duplicate letters? That makes the password WEAKER. That was actually one of the key factors in how the British broke the German enigma encryption during WWII. Some Germans didn’t believe they should allow duplicate letters in encryption keys. It reduced the number of potential keys dramatically.

    Mark Broadwith
    2 years ago

    simple. Brilliant. As always. MacMost is my ‘go to’ place for anything Mac; many thanks, again. Mark.

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