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All of a sudden something called lockwise is appearing in place of saved logins. I want it back the regular way.

On my work computer this ugly "thing" called lockwise appears instead of my saved passwords. I cannot see my saved passwords now. My home computer (with synced accounts) … (læs mere)

On my work computer this ugly "thing" called lockwise appears instead of my saved passwords. I cannot see my saved passwords now. My home computer (with synced accounts) works fine and shows me my saved passwords. I need to make this lockwise go away and restore to where I can see my saved logons. Firefox 70.0 (64-bit). Please help.

Asked by Joe for 8 måneder siden

Answered by cor-el for 8 måneder siden

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Cannot Log into my Microsoft Account

Hi,I have WASTED that many hours on trying to log into my Microsoft account & it keeps telling me that I have entered the wrong password THIS IS 1000% incorrect,I am … (læs mere)

Hi,I have WASTED that many hours on trying to log into my Microsoft account & it keeps telling me that I have entered the wrong password THIS IS 1000% incorrect,I am starting to run out of Passwords I just Had Microsoft into my Computers & they got me to use BING Internet Explorer & it was no PROBLEM Logging in As they Stated,It is A PROBLEM WITH FIREFOX HOW DO I FIX IT????????????????? It is EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING Thanks Darryl

Asked by dasmit for 4 måneder siden

Answered by McCoy for 4 måneder siden

Firefox 76 beta "verify your identity to reveal the saved password"

I have no master password. When I switch the same profile from Fx 75 to Fx 76 beta, not only am I required to "verify your identity to reveal the saved password", but th… (læs mere)

I have no master password. When I switch the same profile from Fx 75 to Fx 76 beta, not only am I required to "verify your identity to reveal the saved password", but the account username and password, the same I use for the sync login, is not accepted.

Asked by noel_envode for 2 måneder siden

Last reply by Reef1 for 1 måned siden

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Latest update turns all pages (except mozilla) to gobbledy gook

Hello all...When I restarted my machine tonight Firefox installed a new update. now all of my pages show this (see attachment) my passwords have disappeared to be replace… (læs mere)

Hello all...When I restarted my machine tonight Firefox installed a new update. now all of my pages show this (see attachment) my passwords have disappeared to be replaced by lockwise which has no passwords in it at all (I had reset that a few months ago back to the old password manager) the only pages I can see clearly are mozilla pages. all else is this gobbledy gook. help!

carrie

Asked by solutions7 for 1 måned siden

Answered by jscher2000 for 1 måned siden

Firefox Lockwise says I have 158 saved logins, but when I select "Logins and Passwords" nothing shows up

I have searched every support post that has anything remotely to do with my problem. I have tried booting in safe mode, downloading Firefox ESR and performing folder acro… (læs mere)

I have searched every support post that has anything remotely to do with my problem. I have tried booting in safe mode, downloading Firefox ESR and performing folder acrobatics with key3 and key4 files, I have disabled my anti-virus software. To no avail.

This morning, I was forced to log back in to my Firefox Browser "due to security reasons" and when I did all of my logins and passwords were gone. if I go to about:protections and scroll to the bottom of the page, Firefox Lockwise tells me that I have 158 passwords saved securely. But if I go to Logins & Passwords, there are only the 5 passwords that I have saved today since the issue began.

I NEED HELP!!!!!

Asked by tjwilson1987 for 1 måned siden

Last reply by cor-el for 1 måned siden

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How to reset the PIN that enable me to see a saved password. The guidelines suggested by Firefox are wrong

I Cannot reset a (supposed my) PIN that able me to view a password saved. Firefox asks me for a PIN which I do not know, when I want to reset the PIN it points me to "Set… (læs mere)

I Cannot reset a (supposed my) PIN that able me to view a password saved. Firefox asks me for a PIN which I do not know, when I want to reset the PIN it points me to "Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options", but neither in Firefox Options (that I have to assume is referring to with "Settings") nor Firefox Sync account settings there exists such a "Sign-in options". These are the steps I followed to locate "Settings" and "Accounts" and "Sign-in options"

1. I went to Firefox Options and searched for "Accounts" 1. I went to Firefox Sync Settings > Manage Accounts 1. Also I attempted to try with another account but I do not have / I do not remember the password if any, it is not the same of my main account password because it does not work.

But I could not get the given "Sign-in options". How can I reset the PIN or just delete it because I do not remember when I had to create it neither what it is?

I know the email and password of my account, Firefox could send me a PIN reset request to my email, the one I am registered to Ffx Sync.

Thanks in advance. Regards, Jorge

Asked by JorgeDaniel for 2 måneder siden

Answered by philipp for 2 måneder siden

the about:logins page shows no logins at all

I have several logins/passwords stored in my firefox profile. Ever since the new "about:logins" page was introduced, I can't get at them any more. The about:logins page s… (læs mere)

I have several logins/passwords stored in my firefox profile.

Ever since the new "about:logins" page was introduced, I can't get at them any more. The about:logins page simply shows no information. The part where I expect them to be shown is empty. Even the "Create New Login" doesn't cause anything to appear where I could see or enter login names or passwords.

Asked by firefox0011 for 3 måneder siden

Last reply by firefox0011 for 2 måneder siden

List of saved logins disappeared

Using Ubuntu 18.04 and Firefox 72.0.2 (via Ubuntu repos). My list of "Saved Logins" has disappeared. Whether I get to the list via Preferences or about:logins, the list i… (læs mere)

Using Ubuntu 18.04 and Firefox 72.0.2 (via Ubuntu repos). My list of "Saved Logins" has disappeared. Whether I get to the list via Preferences or about:logins, the list is empty. I should have 100s of logins saved. But when I go to a website that had a saved login, the fields are auto populated.

No I don't have logins.json.corrupt. I only have logins.json No I don't have AVG. I'm on Ubuntu Linux. No I don't have multiple profiles. Just one. Default profile.

Firefox has really become insufferable lately. Forced update restarts, forced multiprocess mode and now bugs like this.

I want my list of logins back please.

And funny enough, the mozilla support site seems broken on Firefox. Kept getting "access denied" when trying to post with Firefox, so here I'm posting this via Chromium.

Asked by stop-messing-with-firefox for 4 måneder siden

Last reply by cor-el for 4 måneder siden

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Lockwise in FF 71.0 64bit recording asterisks as password? On "no username" UID? Thanks

I clicked the green "Automatically add" button for "Troubleshooting information:" just below this text box, and it took me to a dead page, and lost everything I had typed… (læs mere)

I clicked the green "Automatically add" button for "Troubleshooting information:" just below this text box, and it took me to a dead page, and lost everything I had typed (yeah, rookie mistake on my part, fine)... the landing page address: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/downloads/latest/426841/addon-426841-latest.xpi ..

.. with text: "

Add-ons

We're sorry, but we can't find what you're looking for.

The page or file you requested wasn't found on our site. It's possible that you clicked a link that's out of date, or typed in the address incorrectly. "

..... and continuing on for a bit after that.

basic problem is described in subject line. I could gripe endlessly about prior disclosure, and how appalling it is to see this problem persist over several versions, but mostly I'm curious how it does not seem to have been asked / answered yet?

I will upload screencaps if needed, but I am going to a banking website, entering UID & password, and telling FF to update the password. Not only does it not update for that UID, instead putting it into the "no username" storage for this website, but it is storing asterisks (in the same amount as the actual password) instead of the password. Yes, I clicked on the little "eye" next to the password field under Tools.Options.Privacy .. and yes, I tried trusting and just using the stored password both for the UID (it kept the old password) and also for the "no username" and neither works. I can update the password manually when under Tools.Options.Privacy, but I do not have the time nor inclination to do this for hundreds of logins.

This is entirely unacceptable, and needs to be fixed post haste.

Now copying and pasting everything I typed here, because I fully expect that I'll click "Post Question" and all will be lost...


FF 71.0 64bit updated 09 Dec 2019 - Win7 home 64 bit .. hardly any addins/plugins as the ones I used have mostly been deprecated through all the updates.

My profile along with stored passwords has been carried forward through at least three years of updates with no problems, prior to Quantum.

Asked by chris142 for 7 måneder siden

Last reply by chris142 for 7 måneder siden

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Checkbox to filter saved list of usernames/passwords based on URL

I would like to have in next version of Firefox a checkbox, when I click on a text field which has saved username, then I would only see saved usernames for this current … (læs mere)

I would like to have in next version of Firefox a checkbox, when I click on a text field which has saved username, then I would only see saved usernames for this current website. Now I see saved usernames for all websites.

So when I click on a checkbox, the saved usernames in blue reactangle on picture below, won't be shown. I will only see usernames "From this website".

This can be useful, when there are many saved usernames for many websites.

Asked by pc131 for 1 måned siden

Answered by McCoy for 1 måned siden

Firefox slows down as I try to type a username while it tries to create a drop down menu.

I have about 1000 saved usernames and passwords for the same website. Every time I try to type or I just click in the field for the username, Firefox tries to create a dr… (læs mere)

I have about 1000 saved usernames and passwords for the same website. Every time I try to type or I just click in the field for the username, Firefox tries to create a drop down menu with every saved username and password. It really slows down everything. Even just typing in the username and password has become slow. I have tried deleting some of the older logins (not being used anymore) but I found out that I can only delete them one by one. The same thing on chrome works incredibly fast (as it did on Firefox until a while ago). I did not exactly notice when it started becoming so slow. Chrome has the same number of logins stored (for anyone wandering), so it is not about the number but it is how it is handled by each browser.

Asked by nickkiousis for 4 måneder siden

Last reply by nickkiousis for 3 måneder siden

How can I return to the previous password set up?

Hello The original built in password manager that Firefox had has changed again. It originally changed late last year. Then i returned to the previous password manager … (læs mere)

Hello

The original built in password manager that Firefox had has changed again. It originally changed late last year. Then i returned to the previous password manager by following instructions in this link:

https://prod-tp.sumo.mozit.cloud/en-US/questions/1271509#question-reply

However this solution no longer works. How can i get back to the previous password manager, when it was displayed in a row of columns headed 'Site' 'Username' 'Password' 'Last Changed.' Now once again it is just one long column.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks

Asked by dj1dci for 1 måned siden

Last reply by McCoy 3 uger siden

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Firefox displays more login infos than I have for a site

I have serveral accoutinfos (username, password) saved in firefox. Normally, when wanting to login on one of these websites, firefox gave me only the one fitting login, w… (læs mere)

I have serveral accoutinfos (username, password) saved in firefox. Normally, when wanting to login on one of these websites, firefox gave me only the one fitting login, wich was good. Since 2-3 months I also get the fitting one and several other sites displayed as possible logins. These Websites have nothing to to with the website I want to login to. Not even the username / email address etc. are the same. In the attached scrrenshot, only the first two entries are for this very website. The rest does not make any sense.

This is really annoying. Is there a configuration to disable this which I haven't found yet ?

Asked by m26 for 4 måneder siden

Answered by McCoy for 4 måneder siden

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I suddely have Lockwise and have lost all my saved passwords

How do I either go back to my old Firefox or retrieve all my saved passwords? It asked for an update, now I have something called Lockwise and I have lost all my password… (læs mere)

How do I either go back to my old Firefox or retrieve all my saved passwords? It asked for an update, now I have something called Lockwise and I have lost all my passwords

Asked by ajinuk2001 for 1 måned siden

Answered by ANAMIKA KUMARI for 1 måned siden

Firefox autofills some password fields even though the feature is disabled and no sites are listed in lockwise.

Anyone have an idea where the data may be hiding so it can be removed? It only happens with a handful of sites but I happen to use these particular sites very frequently… (læs mere)

Anyone have an idea where the data may be hiding so it can be removed? It only happens with a handful of sites but I happen to use these particular sites very frequently. (And it uses the wrong username and/or password for these sites.)

Asked by kgc1960 for 3 måneder siden

Last reply by cor-el for 3 måneder siden

Firefox won't stop prompting me for master password

Hello, Long-time Firefox user here. I'm running Firefox (version 75.0, auto-updates enabled) on a Windows 10 (Version 10.0.18362 Build 18362) desktop PC. I'm using the b… (læs mere)

Hello,

Long-time Firefox user here. I'm running Firefox (version 75.0, auto-updates enabled) on a Windows 10 (Version 10.0.18362 Build 18362) desktop PC. I'm using the built-in Firefox password manager, although as a general practice I do not log into it using my master password unless absolutely needed (for example, to check my email or Slack). For the vast majority of the general browsing I do, I stay logged out of my accounts.

This has worked just fine for years. However, lately Firefox keeps prompting me to enter my master password, and won't stop prompting me for my password while I'm browsing. Oftentimes I'll randomly receive the prompt, often on sites that should not be asking for a password, such as a blank New Tab or sites that don't have any associated data in my password manager.

What's frustrating is that, when I close the prompt, Firefox will immediately re-prompt me again to enter my master password, despite me not wanting to log in (or on some sites, not having an account or even a login page). It will keep repeating this prompt incessantly, sometimes for 5-6 times before going away briefly, only to reoccur when I navigate to a new site.

My browser is configured to be a bit more privacy-conscious, and I'm wondering if this may be causing this behavior. In Options > Privacy and Security, I've set Custom blocking for the following items: - Cookies (all third-party sites) - Tracking content (in all windows) - Cryptominers - Fingerprinters I have also set my browser to delete cookies and site data upon closure.

I am using the following plugins, with auto-updates enabled: uBlock Origin HTTPS Everywhere Privacy Badger Decentraleyes Cookie Autodelete Firefox Mult-Account Containers Facebook Container

I've searched the support forums for help on this topic and found the two articles below. However, after trying the offered solutions, neither fixed the underlying behavior. Also note that I am not using any third-party antivirus solutions, like ESET Internet Security and Avast, which have been known to cause similar issues with the Firefox password manager. Here are the articles I found: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-keeps-asking-me-master-password (I tried these steps and still had the same behavior happen) https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1176785 (this just disables the Password Manager, something I ideally would not have to do to stop this behavior)

Can anyone provide any insight into why Firefox keeps doing this? I love Firefox but lately it's become a drag to use because of this. Thanks all.

Asked by andre.tom for 2 måneder siden

Last reply by jscher2000 for 2 måneder siden

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Saving my preference for logins and passwords for websites.

Each time I start Firefox I have to open the menu, click Options, click Privacy and Security, and check the box "Ask to Save Login and Passwords for Websites". How can I… (læs mere)

Each time I start Firefox I have to open the menu, click Options, click Privacy and Security, and check the box "Ask to Save Login and Passwords for Websites". How can I save this Option/preference so that I don't have to do this each time I open Firefox?

Asked by Succentrix Lewisville for 1 måned siden

Answered by McCoy for 1 måned siden

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Password Import from Chrome is corrupted

I used the import from another browser tool to import my passwords from Chrome into FF. It looks to have grabbed all of the passwords, but every single username and pass… (læs mere)

I used the import from another browser tool to import my passwords from Chrome into FF. It looks to have grabbed all of the passwords, but every single username and password is corrupted. It looks to be encrypted data. Is this import function currently broken? I'm using FF 67.0.1 (64-bit) and Chrome 75.0.3770.80 (Official Build) (64-bit) on Win10. I also have FF Lockwise installed and I made sure that all Chrome processes were stopped. Any info would help, thanks!

Asked by Exlipse 1 år siden

Answered by Exlipse 1 år siden

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How can I rename passwords in Firefox Lockwise?

I want to rename Firefox Logins to be more descriptive and there doesn't seem to be a way to do so. Clicking EDIT doesn't seem to allow a change. Why would the user not… (læs mere)

I want to rename Firefox Logins to be more descriptive and there doesn't seem to be a way to do so. Clicking EDIT doesn't seem to allow a change. Why would the user not be able to accomplish this task? Thank you for listening.

Asked by gmdewulf for 2 måneder siden

Answered by Wesley Branton for 2 måneder siden