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Batch remove stored passwords

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I discovered a password I used in several sites has been violated. How could I remove from Lockwise ALL those credentials involved? Since are 700+ I'd like to batch delete them. Is it possible?

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Hello Daniele,

Would you do this please :

Type in the address bar :

chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul (press Enter)

(maximize the window)

At the bottom of the page you'll see a "Show Passwords" button.

As you have many logins, you may have to scroll down quite a few times.

This may not do what you want, but it'll be better than having to remove the logins one by one.

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Hi,

   Click on the menu button
to open the menu panel.
   Click Logins and Passwords. ...
   In the left panel, select the
login entry you want to remove.
   Click the Remove button.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-lockwise-managing-account-data

Modified by Dinushi Dhananjani

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I know how removing each password, but since they are 700+ I was asking how batch removing all together in few clicks.

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Hello Daniele,

Would you do this please :

Type in the address bar :

chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul (press Enter)

(maximize the window)

At the bottom of the page you'll see a "Show Passwords" button.

As you have many logins, you may have to scroll down quite a few times.

This may not do what you want, but it'll be better than having to remove the logins one by one.

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Daniele said

I discovered a password I used in several sites has been violated. How could I remove from Lockwise ALL those credentials involved? Since are 700+ I'd like to batch delete them. Is it possible?

Great! This is exactly what I was searching for!

Many many thanks.McCoy said

Hello Daniele, Would you do this please : Type in the address bar : chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul (press Enter) (maximize the window) At the bottom of the page you'll see a "Show Passwords" button. As you have many logins, you may have to scroll down quite a few times. This may not do what you want, but it'll be better than having to remove the logins one by one.

Great! This is exactly what I was searching for!

Many many thanks.

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Daniele said

Great! This is exactly what I was searching for!
Many many thanks.

My pleasure, Daniele - I'm glad that works for you !

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McCoy said

Hello Daniele, Would you do this please : Type in the address bar : chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul (press Enter) (maximize the window) At the bottom of the page you'll see a "Show Passwords" button. As you have many logins, you may have to scroll down quite a few times. This may not do what you want, but it'll be better than having to remove the logins one by one.

Do you know if this view is available also for the passwords stored in Chrome/Google ? If I go to: chrome://settings/passwords using Chrome I cannot batch select them.

Thanks,

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I understand why you would think that : it's the word "chrome", right ? But this has nothing to do with Google's browser ....

Each browser has their own features and options.

Maybe ask Google Help how to batch select them ?

https://support.google.com/chrome/?hl=en#topic=7438008

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I don't use Chrome myself, but I did some searching and found this :

https://support.google.com/accounts/thread/3509905?hl=en

Does that help ?

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Note that you should never use the same password on more than one website, especially if this is also for the same username (email address). Always use different passwords for each website.

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Why I found chrome solution above under mozilla support...

If I got same trouble in firefox lockwise , is there any way ?

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huangcy said

Why I found chrome solution above under mozilla support...

The word "chrome" here has nothing to do with Google's browser that they named "Chrome".

If I got same trouble in firefox lockwise , is there any way ?

Yes, you can - only since the update to Firefox version 73 the extension "xul" has been changed to "xhtml", so now you will have to enter this in the address bar :

chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xhtml

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I said why I open the ".xul" , FF tell me "File not found" cause the extension change its address.

Thanks a lot.