One of my users was using Microsoft Edge. She was at a website store and was entering in her credit card number. The field was some sort of special field that auto detects the credit card type as you type in the numbers. When she started typing, however, it showed a drop down list of several terms, including page names from our Confluence site. I was not able to reproduce this problem in Firefox, Chrome or IE, but it repeatedly happens in Edge. I hope you can provide some insight on this issue.
It sounds like her browser has cached some of the fields she's entered into Confluence and for some reason, when she goes to enter the credit card details, it seems it as the same input type and wants to offer it as a suggestion.
Are you reproducing this from the same computer as your user? Are you able to reproduce it from a different computer and network?
The only thing I could suggest is to see if she can clear her cache on Edge and see if that issue is still happening.
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