I enter a site with HTTP authentication, and use my credentials, username and password, and selected "remember password" option.
After that, site is always accessible without login, which is ok. But then if I want for some reason (security, testing, switching user etc) to delete that password, to make Safari forgot it and show me the login window again - I can not find an option for deletion.
I have tried:
- Safari -> Preferences -> Passwords
- Safari -> Preferences -> Privacy -> Manage Website Data
- Keychain Access -> Passwords
But none of them contains website name. Also tested "deleting all history and cookies", and "force-kill Safari app" but password is still remembered somewhere.
By HTTP authentication I mean classic http protocol basic and digest authentication (used on some sites and often in routers and cameras)
What other preferences, settings for Safari and macOS i should try?
update: it seems that it was my own, newbie, fault (looking at 'local items' instead of 'login' portion of keychain passwords).
so HTTP credentials entered:
- without 'remember password' option are well cleared by 'force kill Safari app'
- with 'remember password' option, data can be found and deleted inside 'Keychain Access -> Login -> Passwords' list.
accepting below answer for good private-browsing tip (not sure if whole question is better to be deleted instead)