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Passwords vulnerable (looks even useless)

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Hello everyone,

I suppose I must make a mistake somewhere otherwise, lockwise is completely useless. I have Firefox portable installed on a USB key. I just have to go to Logins & Passwords and click on the eye to see the passwords. Where is the security? Is that me?

Thank you

Hello everyone, I suppose I must make a mistake somewhere otherwise, lockwise is completely useless. I have Firefox portable installed on a USB key. I just have to go to Logins & Passwords and click on the eye to see the passwords. Where is the security? Is that me? Thank you

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Modified by cor-el

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Thank you!

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(The first link above does not work, the bottom link is unhelpful general info) It's easy to set up the master password on Firefox Windows PC. How do you set it up on the updated Android app?

On the Android appp: settings>logins and passwords>saved logins

displays all saved logins. When you click one, and then the eye icon, the password is displayed.

Absurd. Saved logins should not display without the option to require a primary (was master) password (the first time, and each time the app is closed).

(And I do NOT mean Lockwise, which is about sharing across devices, or locking the phone entirely as with fingerprint. I mean an option to set a mater password totally within the app,. Like there used to be. Like there is in Windows version.)