The W3C Credential Management API gathers personal profiles of website users through intermediary platforms, generally user agents, and assists the intermediaries in securing proper storage of the data for future reference. The API is designed to track and store user credentials, such as usernames and passwords, to be able to prompt the autofilling of those details in login or sign-in forms. W3C Credential Management API transmits requests and responses in HTTP and XML formats.
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