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Why is Facebook Always Remembering my Log in Email?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Jack1000, May 11, 2017.

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  1. Jack1000

    Jack1000 Thread Starter

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    I have the latest version of Firefox on Windows 10,

    Is there anyway that I can force Facebook to not remember my email login? I have to sign out of Facebook every time. If I do not sign out and close the browser, my email is still waiting for me in the "Email or Phone" field. What I want to be able to do is be forced to type in my login email and password every time that I visit Facebook. When I close the browser, I want to see a blank "Email or Phone" and "Password" form field when I come back to the page for security reasons:

    1.) I have tried saying "Never remember" this log in when clearing the Facebook website from the list of Firefox's stored websites.

    2.) I have tried going through my stored sites and using the Block command in Firefox to prevent any automated login data from showing.

    3.) I DO NOT WANT to clear all my cookies and cache. I am happy with remembering log in information for other sites I have saved, just Facebook's form fields I want to enter my email and password manually every time.

    Is there anyway to do this? Or do I have to log out of Facebook every time or use Private Browsing if I really want both the email and password to be manually entered each time?

    Satch
     
  2. texasbullet

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    You can just delete the history of your facebook manually without deleting the others. I am not sure if it may work for you.
     
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