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stopping Firefox asking to update pwd

Hello. I want to save my username in websites but not password, so I ended up saving the real username and a fake pwd (and I type it manually everytime I want to login). … (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hello. I want to save my username in websites but not password, so I ended up saving the real username and a fake pwd (and I type it manually everytime I want to login). Is there a way for disabling Firefox asking to update the saved password (but keeping the 'fake' pwd saved)? Thanks.

Gefragt von solquest3 vor 1 Monat

Beantwortet von cor-el vor 1 Monat

Firefox Lockwise

The storage of Logins & Passwords needs a new feature. The system lacks the ability to store a Nickname (aka Note/Comment) to each login entry. Some domains are dif… (Lesen Sie mehr)

The storage of Logins & Passwords needs a new feature. The system lacks the ability to store a Nickname (aka Note/Comment) to each login entry. Some domains are different than the commonly known website name.

For example, the recipe website Cook'n is a section under the URL https://www.dvo.com/. When I search logins for "cook", Cook'n is not shown.

Gefragt von Joel vor 2 Monaten

Need a fix for sites that use e-mail address's for password authentication.

I use the password manager in Firefox. Makes it easier to log in to different sites. I have found a situation that has been overlooked. Multiple sites use a persons e-mai… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I use the password manager in Firefox. Makes it easier to log in to different sites. I have found a situation that has been overlooked. Multiple sites use a persons e-mail address for identity. Different sites then would all use the one e-mail address for identity. Each site however would have a different password. So we have one "name" but multiple passwords connected to that name. Firefox doesnt realize that the one name has multiple passwords so everytime you login to a site that uses your email address as your identity, it asks if you may want to update your password. You have to refuse everytime because the different sites have a different password. If you update the password, each site will now have the password of the last updated password. Its a issue that needs to be fixed so Firefox recognizes how a Email address=Name can have multiple passwords because different sites are using the same name. It looks like Firefox isnt making the connection that different sites are being visited by the same person so some information will be consistent among different sites visited. Thus not realizing that its correct that the "same" name has a password that is different for this new site.

Is there a workaround? thx.

Gefragt von romeemore vor 3 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von jscher2000 vor 3 Monaten

PASSWORD PROTECTION

I own a small business. We do have online accounts from suppliers, vendors to customers. I need to put employees in front of customer support for these online accounts. H… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I own a small business. We do have online accounts from suppliers, vendors to customers. I need to put employees in front of customer support for these online accounts. However, if an employee sits down to work on our accounts, he can clearly see the passwords for the log in information of our accounts.

Is there a way to lock the Firefox or any other browser (or any software or ANYTHING) out there that doesn't expose saved passwords? I don't know how to pass this security issue. The reason it's important is because if employee saves these passwords, he can obviously do bad things when he is not in the office.

Any help is greatly appreciated

Gefragt von andalusiacorpdc vor 4 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 4 Monaten

Password Manager

As a developer, I am trying to disable the Password Manager feature in my webapplication across browsers. When I typed some value in input type password mentioned mdn doc… (Lesen Sie mehr)

As a developer, I am trying to disable the Password Manager feature in my webapplication across browsers. When I typed some value in input type password mentioned mdn docs and navigsted away it doesnot trigger Save Password. But it is triggering anywhere else like online ide's and all.

I would like to know how it is disabled in MDN docs.

Gefragt von suraj.panayanchery vor 4 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von cor-el vor 4 Monaten

Firefox does not save new password for Google account

I have two Google Accounts, a private one, and a company account. The company requires to change the PW from time to time. Immediately after doing that, Firefox offers to… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I have two Google Accounts, a private one, and a company account. The company requires to change the PW from time to time. Immediately after doing that, Firefox offers to update the saved login and I choose to update. To my dismay, I find out later, that the new PW was not saved, and I cannot login any more.

Happened three times now, and the third time I paid extra attention and updated in Lockwise manually after Firefox failed again. This is a nasty bug. Now I cannot trust Firefox to save my passwords?

Seems related: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1272808

Gefragt von Erwin vor 4 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von JP vor 4 Monaten

Passwords

My passwords are not being saved correctly and I'm running the latest version of Firefox. Twice this week I needed the correct pw to sign in to an email account and in bo… (Lesen Sie mehr)

My passwords are not being saved correctly and I'm running the latest version of Firefox. Twice this week I needed the correct pw to sign in to an email account and in both cases Firefox had the wrong password. Is there anything that can be done to improve the password saving of my Firefox account?

Gefragt von rex457 vor 5 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 5 Monaten

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My firefox does not save passwords

Hello all. I seem to have a new version of Firefox installed on my computer, or an update has made it a newer version (89) and now it does not save my passwords. When I c… (Lesen Sie mehr)

Hello all. I seem to have a new version of Firefox installed on my computer, or an update has made it a newer version (89) and now it does not save my passwords. When I close down the laptop and re start it the next time I want to use it and go to firefox, none of the paswords I had thought I'd saved previously are there. This is very frustrating as I have a lot of places I visit which I had, in previous times using an earlier version of firefox, saved passwords which populated the correct places. I am no techie so really don't understand what has happened. Every time I want to get onto even my email, I have to leaf through my black book to find the necessary password and do it all manually.

Please can anyone help?

Gefragt von Johnone vor 7 Monaten

Letzte Antwort von FredMcD vor 6 Monaten

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My Firefox is not staying on the "Ask to save logins & passwords"

I am using a personal home laptop and the checkbox next to the logins and passwords will not stay checked from one session to another. I am using Windows 10 and do not k… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I am using a personal home laptop and the checkbox next to the logins and passwords will not stay checked from one session to another. I am using Windows 10 and do not know how to make the checkbox stay checked.

Gefragt von Theresa Marie vor 1 Jahr

Beantwortet von Theresa Marie vor 1 Jahr

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Norton Password Manager requires two sign-ins with private browsing

I recently acquired a new computer and downloaded a fresh version of Firefox, which I set up to start in Private Browsing mode. I also installed Norton 360 as my virus a… (Lesen Sie mehr)

I recently acquired a new computer and downloaded a fresh version of Firefox, which I set up to start in Private Browsing mode. I also installed Norton 360 as my virus and firewall service, which is slightly different from the Norton Internet Security I was using on the old computer. I installed the Norton extension for its password manager on Firefox. On the old computer, I became accustomed to signing in to the password manager every time I restarted Firefox, but now I have to first sign in to my Norton account before I can even see the password manager sign-in page. I suspect that I haven't managed the exceptions for cookies, etc. properly, but a long chat with Norton support didn't succeed in getting rid of the double sign-in problem. Anybody know how to fix this problem or what I should try? I already made exceptions for what the Norton guy told me were the web addresses for the manager and the account.

Gefragt von Tinwoodman vor 1 Jahr

Letzte Antwort von Tinwoodman vor 1 Jahr