You can see auto-save in action anytime you enter your login information on a site and a pop-up window asks if you want to store your login information. Next time you go to login to that website, voila, your login information is already magically entered. Now all you have to do is click login. No more wasting valuable brain space remembering password, right? Actually, auto-save makes it easier to hack into your account because your password is stored online. This can be especially detrimental when you use auto-save for your favorite shopping sites and opt to auto-save your credit card information. It may be a slight pain to enter your information every time. But it is nothing compared to compromising your entire financial account and dealing with identity theft.