Behave cautiously online

Friday, 12 October 2007, 12:15 AM EST

Most Web browsers have handy autofill features that enable you to enter passwords, addresses, credit card numbers, and other data in forms with just a couple of clicks or keystrokes. Autofill isn’t dangerous in and of itself, but it can lead to problems. For example, someone with access to your computer could potentially log in to your bank account, make purchases in your name, or discover where you live. The same would be true if your computer were stolen.

At Macworld.

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