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How do I change firefox's method for save user/pass in login.json?

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I want to save my password only in my file (in local storage).

I don't want to save any password in "Logins.JSON" file.

It is possible?

I want to save my password only in my file (in local storage). I don't want to save any password in "Logins.JSON" file. It is possible?
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FredMcD
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Your profile information is in a folder in your computers user folder. Also, the password files are encrypted.

If you want heavier encryption, see; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-master-password-protect-stored-logins Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and passwords

Your profile information is in a folder in your computers user folder. Also, the password files are encrypted. If you want heavier encryption, see; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-master-password-protect-stored-logins Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and passwords
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I want to change browser operation. In any web site after login by user, username and password save in my file and read other time for fill text box

I want to change browser operation. In any web site after login by user, username and password save in my file and read other time for fill text box
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FredMcD
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I did not understand your last post.

I did not understand your last post.
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step 1: (user open login web page) 1- User write username and password inside input elements 2- User click (login, enter, sign in , ...) submit button 3- Browser (Firefox) save user/pass in logins.JSON file that is encrypted 4- finish

step 2: other time (user open login web page) 1- Browser by URL fetch user/pass from logins.JSON also decrypt them 2- User click in username textbox so saved user/pass for this URL is shown 3- User by select one of them fill password textbox 4- finish

OK my friend?

Now in step 1 I want to change item 3 to: 1- User write username and password inside input elements 2- User click (login, enter, sign in , ...) submit button 3- My extension save user/pass in pass.txt file 4- finish

And step 2: 1- My extension by URL fetch user/pass from pass.txt 2- User click in username textbox so saved user/pass for this URL is shown 3- User by select one of them fill password textbox 4- finish


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step 1: (user open login web page) 1- User write username and password inside input elements 2- User click (login, enter, sign in , ...) submit button 3- Browser (Firefox) save user/pass in logins.JSON file that is encrypted 4- finish step 2: other time (user open login web page) 1- Browser by URL fetch user/pass from logins.JSON also decrypt them 2- User click in username textbox so saved user/pass for this URL is shown 3- User by select one of them fill password textbox 4- finish OK my friend? Now in step 1 I want to change item 3 to: 1- User write username and password inside input elements 2- User click (login, enter, sign in , ...) submit button 3- My extension save user/pass in pass.txt file 4- finish And step 2: 1- My extension by URL fetch user/pass from pass.txt 2- User click in username textbox so saved user/pass for this URL is shown 3- User by select one of them fill password textbox 4- finish TNKS
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FredMcD
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Are you saying you want an extension to handle your passwords and not the Password Manager in Firefox?

Type about:preferences#security<enter> in the address bar. Look under Logins,

Note: For Firefox 56+ its; about:preferences#privacy Look under Forms & Passwords +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Turn off Remember Logins. To check the passwords you have listed, press Saved Logins.

Are you saying you want an extension to handle your passwords and not the Password Manager in Firefox? Type '''about:preferences#security'''<enter> in the address bar. Look under '''Logins, ''' Note: For Firefox 56+ its; '''about:preferences#privacy''' Look under '''Forms & Passwords ''' +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Turn off '''Remember Logins. ''' To check the passwords you have listed, press '''Saved Logins. '''
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