The version of Internet Explorer 10 included in Windows 8 includes an option that, through the touch of an 'eye' icon, it shows clear passwords that you enter on Web sites The risk to privacy is enough remote but present, we see how to get rid and prevent malicious dell'occhietto who incidentally passes to our PC can see the password that you entered.
To disable the icon "show password" in Internet Explorer 10 you need to go in the 'Local Group Policy Editor. To do this, you must press the key combination Win+R to bring up the box "Run" and give the command gpedit.msc. To underline the fact that the Local Group Policy Editor is only available in Windows 8 Pro and above, not on Windows 8 "standard."
At this point, you have to use the side navigation bar to reach the following path: User Configuration>Administrative Templates> Windows Components>User Interface credentials and double click on the key do not see the button to reveal the password.
Finally, put the check Enabled, click Apply and OK and the eye icon will be disabled. To verify that they are stored the settings, restart Internet Explorer and try to login to any website In case you change your mind, to regain the ability to display the password you type in gpedit.msc just go back online, double-click on the key to display the button to reveal the password and put the check to Not Configured.
Note that applying the change to the User
Configuration setting affects only the user account used to extend the icon to disable all system users must use the Computer Configuration.
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