How to find saved passwords on your Mac

Find, change, or delete saved passwords on your Mac, and keep your passwords updated across all of your devices. 

View saved passwords in System Preferences in macOS Monterey or later

  1. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences. 
  2. Click Passwords. Don't see Passwords in System Preferences?
    In the macOS System Preferences menu, Passwords is next to Internet Accounts and Wallet & Apple Pay.
  3. Sign in with Touch ID, or enter your user account password. You can also authenticate your password with your Apple Watch running watchOS 6 or later. 
  4. Select a website, then click Edit.
    When you select a website on the left, you can see User Name and Password fields, as well as an Edit button.
  5. To delete a password, click Delete Password. To update a password, change the password and then click Save.
    After you click Edit, you can see your User Name and Password, and can change or delete your password.

View saved passwords in Safari

  1. Open Safari.
  2. From the Safari menu, choose Preferences, then click Passwords.
  3. Sign in with Touch ID, or enter your user account password. You can also authenticate your password with your Apple Watch running watchOS 6 or later. 
  4. Select a website, then click Edit.
    When you select a website, you can see User Name and Password fields, and the Edit button.
  5. To delete a password, click Delete Password. To update a password, change the password and then click Save.
    After you click Edit, you can see your User Name and Password, and change or delete your password.

You can also use Siri to view your passwords by saying something like "Hey Siri, show my passwords."


Save your passwords across your devices with iCloud Keychain

Autofill your Safari user names and passwords, credit cards, and more on any device that you approve. iCloud Keychain keeps your passwords and other secure information updated across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. 

Learn how to set up iCloud Keychain or set up iCloud Passwords on your PC.

Learn which countries and regions support iCloud Keychain


Use AutoFill to store credit card information

AutoFill automatically enters things like your previously saved credit card details, contact information from the Contacts app, and more.

Learn how to set up and use AutoFill in Safari on your Mac

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