Hello boys and girls.
I'm here to talk to you today about the dangers of saving passwords in your browser. Some people feel the need to save their password so that they don't have to log in every time they sit down at their computer. This poses a threat to the reason a password is made.
For an example, we will assume that someone has saved the password to their blog in a computer that is accessible to many people. All one would have to do is sit down at that computer for about 30 seconds and invite themselves to contribute to the blog. Then when that person goes to his/her own computer, all they have to do is check their email and click a link. They can now post whatever they want on said blog. They might even write about the dangers of saving passwords.
Now suppose a hacker were to find their way into your computer. They might post about more serious things, like when Google is going to take over the world (they've already taken the internet). The only way to keep hackers from posting random junk that no one wants to read anyway, is to make sure they don't get your password in the first place.
Now that you know the dangers of saving your password on your computer, I would like to remind you to not talk to anybody you don't know on the internet.
Actual owner of this blog's note: I woke up this morning to find this on my blog from my son (who was up very late last night because he is off from school today) and promptly removed it. Then, after I squelched the urge to chew him out for messing with my blog, I thought this was pretty clever and decided to repost it for your pleasure.
Of course that doesn't mean he won't be seeing his car keys for awhile!
(just kidding... I'm not that mean)