Firefox forgets my passwords

Hello, My password saved are deleted every time I close FF. It used to be manageable because Google and other sites didn't require me to fill my passwords (cookies did t… (læs mere)

Hello,

My password saved are deleted every time I close FF. It used to be manageable because Google and other sites didn't require me to fill my passwords (cookies did the trick I suppose) but now I also loose access to gmail and Youtube every time I close FF. It's annoying to have to use 2FA every damn time. And keeping the passwords available.

I've tried every answer I found by looking around :

- tried to start in safe mode - disable hardware acceleration - I have no extensions

FF saves the passwords correctly (at least they appear in the saved password tab) but they are erased every time I restart FF. The cookies aren't automatically deleted (FF remembers my browsing history) but I need to relog into Google.

I getting frustrated.

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I can't see the qr code for webauth.io

So I was trying to test webauthn so I went to webauthn.io and then signed up with my username but firefox then tells me touch your security key to continue with webauthn.… (læs mere)

So I was trying to test webauthn so I went to webauthn.io and then signed up with my username but firefox then tells me touch your security key to continue with webauthn.io but it works very well google chrome. and shows me a qr code and then I scan it in my phone. And after some search I think that the problem is that firefox defaults to use the security key which is a physical device but i don't want to use it I want to get the QR code. Also I tried different websites but got the same problem.

And by the way I use arch linux but I don't think that the problem is with arch as I mentioned before everything worked very well in google chrome.

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FireFox not asking for device authentication when filling the passwords

I am on macos 14.5, and Firefox 128.0 I have enabled "Require device sign in to fill and manage passwords.". Which should ask for device authentication when I try to do … (læs mere)

I am on macos 14.5, and Firefox 128.0

I have enabled "Require device sign in to fill and manage passwords.". Which should ask for device authentication when I try to do anything with the saved passwords. And it does that when I go to "My passwords" and try to access them.

But, it doesn't ask for device authentication when I am using saved passwords on login forms. Is this intended? Anyone can go to the login form, fill the saved password without authentication and then see it.

I have attached an image and here is a screen recording of it of it - https://streamable.com/orf1gj

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Relentless

I have a million accounts because I am relentlessly harassed and hacked. All of my accounts. I could not say for sure but maybe it has something to do with divorce...mayb… (læs mere)

I have a million accounts because I am relentlessly harassed and hacked. All of my accounts. I could not say for sure but maybe it has something to do with divorce...maybe not. Idk. Im no expert and I have no idea where to go or how to make it stop. I have done all the changing passwords and just making another account but its ridiculous. Whoever changes my recovery info and I am helpless. It drives me nuts!

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Tried to set up a secondary e-mail acct but screen says another account is already using it.

I think the image I attached might be a faux Firefox page. I think I did click on update earlier today before noticing the page is pretty empty. If I did so, what damage … (læs mere)

I think the image I attached might be a faux Firefox page. I think I did click on update earlier today before noticing the page is pretty empty. If I did so, what damage might it have done?

Is there a chance a hacker took over my whole Firefox account? I ask because just after that I was prompted to enter my info on the Mozilla help page. I couldn't remember my p/w, so I created a new one. This evening, when I tried to log in to the Mozilla support section, I had to create another new p/w. Then, when I tried to enter a secondary address as suggested, the page returned the message that another account was already using that address.

Can you help me sort this out? Might I have two Mozilla accounts? (It would be unlikely that neither of them would be recorded in my list of p/w's.) How can I check?

Thanks for your attention. If you need an e-mail address, please use RJHMM@juno.com. I will also check my primary address, though.






Tried to set up a secondary e-mail acct but screen says another account is already using it.

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OAuth2 correctly configured (MS advice) but not working

I hope someone can help, I've changed all the settings in Thunderbird for my whole family's emails (hotmail.co.uk, hotmail.com, live.co.uk) from Normal Password to OAuth2… (læs mere)

I hope someone can help, I've changed all the settings in Thunderbird for my whole family's emails (hotmail.co.uk, hotmail.com, live.co.uk) from Normal Password to OAuth2. All incoming and outgoing servers are exactly the same as Microsoft advised. None of my accounts work, neither for sending or receiving.

I removed one account and tried to re-add it (that was the advice given if the first method didn't work) but when it tries to check the password, it takes forever. I've tried to manually configure it but it wouldn't download any folders or emails. I removed it and tried to re-add it but have been unable to do even that.

My default account hasn't been able to send more than 25% of emails for a few weeks. I'm up to date with all updates and I've restarted Thunderbird and my laptop countless times.

Can anyone point me in the right direction please?

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How to block access to Firefox

Hi. I am asking for help: how to protect with a password (preferably master) any access to the browser (and not only to logins), where there is simultaneous synchronizati… (læs mere)

Hi. I am asking for help: how to protect with a password (preferably master) any access to the browser (and not only to logins), where there is simultaneous synchronization between several devices. Currently it works like this: I run FF, a popup appears for entering the password. I do not enter the password, I close the popup with "x". And thus I have access to everything that was previously open in the browser (in the previous session). If the user was logged in, I also have access to it. And I would like the use of "x", failure to enter a password, or entering an incorrect one to result in, for example, closing FF. So that there is no access to FF content

Thank you in advance for your help

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A filter for display name spoofing

I have been getting some spam/phish emails using Display Name Spoofing of some senders I recognize. In each case the display name is in my personal address book, but the… (læs mere)

I have been getting some spam/phish emails using Display Name Spoofing of some senders I recognize.

In each case the display name is in my personal address book, but the email address of this spam does not match and is different each time. The people being spoofed are aware this is going on but since the spam emails do not originate from their PCs or sometimes not even their ISPs, there isn't any easy fix on their end.

It would be useful to have an inbox filter that would check the personal address book for known display names and made sure the email address matched. Just highlighting a mismatch would be helpful.

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