False login field detection

#1

On a site that Kee has passwords stored for, this page will display login field marks from Kee when there should be none:
html
body
input/
input/
input id=‘name’ style=‘display:none’ /
/body

Actually, I consider just an element called ‘name’ not sufficient, in the absence of a form. But for sure, a hidden field can’t be a marker, even less for unrelated elements.

#2

I think you’re saying that the Kee icon is being displayed in a form field that you think it should not be?

We’ll never be able to get that correct 100% of the time but I’m keen to hear of examples where it’s incorrect in case there are ways we can improve it a bit in a future versions.

Unfortunately, I can’t quite work out the details of the particular case you’re referring to. Seeing the source code can be helpful, although often just a link to the website suffices. If you were trying to include website source code you’ll need to use the “Preformatted text” button in the post editing toolbar.

#3

The source is in the text above; I’m not allowed to upload files and didn’t examine how to tricke the forum to display the tag angles.