Does anyone have an opinion about the relative merits of the built-in Firefox Password Manager and the one provided as part of Norton security suite? It is an add-on for Firefox that Norton has been beating me over the head to use but I already use the Firefox password manager. Is Norton better? Does anyone know?
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AFAIK I wouldn't trust Norton with any passwords. Any software harassing you to use their software to me is a RedFlag to get rid of their software. For password storage I use KeePass to auto input logins and sites.
Note that future Firefox versions will support Lockwise as a builtin Password Manager. Current Firefox releases (66+) require an extension.