Autofill addresses and payments info using Microsoft Autofill


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Ever made a mistake when typing your address and your package wasn’t delivered to you? Do you always need to take out your credit card every time you’re ready to purchase something online? For everyone who’s experienced these everyday nuisances, Microsoft is excited to announce autofill support for your addresses and payment info in Microsoft Authenticator along with existing support for passwords!

Fill your addresses and payment info across your devices

Just like your passwords, Autofill now stores addresses and payment info using your Microsoft account. If you haven’t already synced your autofill data on your mobile device, open the Microsoft Authenticator app, go to the Passwords tab, and simply start syncing your data. Make sure you select Authenticator as your default autofill provider.

Once you’ve done that, you can now autofill your addresses or payment info by simply opening your favorite apps or sites and choosing from our autofill suggestions.

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If you use Google Chrome, you can autofill addresses and payments info using the Microsoft Autofill Extension available on the Google Chrome web store.

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Never make a mistake in typing your information

Let Autofill securely save your address or payment info for you so you don’t have to type it again or make any mistakes in getting your important packages delivered. Your addresses will sync across devices and can be filled automatically, including on your desktop devices using Microsoft Edge or the Microsoft Autofill Extension on Google Chrome.

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Your data is always secure behind your thumbprint

At Microsoft, we take the safety of our customers’ data seriously. All autofill data is encrypted both on your device and the cloud when synced across devices.

As an added measure of security, customers who autofill payment info with Authenticator will need to verify their identity using bio gestures. This ensures that only the rightful owner of the device can access and autofill passwords and payment info.

Our goal is to help our customers access and fill their data in a simple, more secure manner. Please share your feedback and ideas in the comments section below—we’d love to hear from you.


Thanks
Vishnu Nath
Partner Director of Program Management
Microsoft Mobile and Cross Device Experiences


Source: Save time by automatically filling your addresses and credit cards with Microsoft Autofill | Windows Experience Blog
 

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Well yes, autofill data is encrypted, but MS doesn't say if they own a master key to decrypt or not. Clear nogo for me, anyway.
 

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If only it could remember CVV. I do not know my CVV, since I scratched it out and sometimes I do not use card for weeks and MS actually requires CVV in order to autofill. But I have found a workaround, but obviously not gonna share it. 🙃

But I really like the option that it requires PIN in order to Autofill, it made me switch from Bitwarden.
Automatic autofill is what makes hackers happy, a simple script can easily grab any unprotected info.

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