Annoyance April: Web browser forms saving your inputs.
I get that this is supposed to be a “feature” and that you can turn it off, but the fact that it happens by default bugs the living hell out of me. It’s the epitome of anti-security.
It doesn’t save passwords, sure. But if I want to go to someone’s computer and type in a few words in their URL bar, I bet I can figure out what bank you bank with. And then on the login screen, if I just try hitting letters A-Z… well, there’s the login you use. That’s my start to start trying to figure out the associated password, or if nothing else, I can probably use it to begin a social engineering attack with the tech support people at your bank.
I never save browser form information, and you shouldn’t either. Do yourself a favor.