Passwords stored in your Web Browser are not safe, says c't, a German Computer Magazine. c't warns, by storing, we provide an easy gateway to access our unencrypted passwords to hackers with malwares and spywares.
The Tech magazine recommends that people who insist on storing passwords on a browser at least use some kind of master password, which means that all stored access data is safely encrypted. At present, which is available only with Firefox and Opera.
c't advises using passwords with at least eight characters and to make each password unique to a particular website.