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Print off my saved passwords
I use an older version of Firefox (59) because I am able to look at my saved logins and passwords. I have many over the years, but I would like to be able to print them out or save them to a separate file> How/what can I do?
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The easiest way is to export passwords to a CSV file, what is possible since Firefox 78.
Modified by TyDraniu
Thank you for responding. However, I need help with 59. I am going to do a print screen if needed. But, I was hoping there was an easier way. There are some things I would need to learn with newer versions. In a 62, I could not see how to clear recent history with there cookies, etc.
Here is a work around that might help (?)...
I don't think you can in FF. If you have the Chrome browser, you should be able to import them into Chrome. Then you can save the passwords from there to a CVS file more easily without having to install a third party tool in FF to do it.
Launch the Google Chrome browser. Click on the Chrome menu (three dots located in the top-right of the screen). Click on Settings. Select Passwords. Click on the three dots next to Saved Passwords. Click on Export Passwords and confirm that you want to export your passwords. Select a location to export your passwords on your hard drive and give the CSV file a name. Now click Save.
You can possibly use code in the Browser Console to export the logins as JSON data and copy this to a file.
You can use an online tool to convert this file to CVS.
/* export logins as JSON */ logins = prompt("Logins",JSON.stringify(Services.logins.getAllLogins()));
You can open the Inspector or another web developer tool and press F1 to access the settings page to enable the command line in the Console.
- select "Enable browser chrome and add-on debugging toolboxes" in the developer tools settings