Tips to Hack Facebook is Not Easy.
Hmm .. just by looking at your temporary files can even see the password and etc.. I have come across many sites store passwords and displays it on the url. Of course you also must have read it many times in various tutorials.
Most current browsers have facilities for storing passwords. For example, when receipts Mozilla Firefox, you’ll often receive a confirmation dialog box asking if you want your password saved or not by PasswordManager. Most users tend to choose the YES option, either consciously or they did not know (read: do not want to know) what the purpose of the dialogue box.
Others who then use the browser it can very easily get the victim to enter password menu Tools -> Options -> Security -> Saved passwords.
Another example is the password wand facilities owned by the Opera browser. When you enter a user name and password in a form and hit submit, opera by default will ask for confirmation to you whether you want the browser to store your id and password or not. Again and again … mostly netter careless, they tend to choose the option “YES”.