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how to I find list of stored passwords?

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After years of my password entering automatically on a certain site, it doesn't anymore and I have forgotten it. Need to be able to callup what is stored on firefox

After years of my password entering automatically on a certain site, it doesn't anymore and I have forgotten it. Need to be able to callup what is stored on firefox

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This happened

Every time Firefox opened

This started when...

Last week

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davewdan 3 solutions 129 answers

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Go to Tools|Options|Security. In the password section click on the <Saved Passwords> button.

On the next panel displayed click on the <Show Passwords> button.


davewdan

Go to Tools|Options|Security. In the password section click on the <Saved Passwords> button. On the next panel displayed click on the <Show Passwords> button. davewdan
AliceWyman
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On Mac OS, "Tools -> Options" is "Firefox -> Preferences".

Details here:

Password Manager - Remember, delete, change and import saved passwords in Firefox

On Mac OS, "Tools -> Options" is "Firefox -> Preferences". Details here: [[Remembering passwords]]
davewdan 3 solutions 129 answers

Thanks Alice, I forgot to check his OS. My bad.


davewdan

Thanks Alice, I forgot to check his OS. My bad. davewdan
cor-el
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  • You enter Private Browsing mode if you select: Firefox > Preferences > Privacy > History: Firefox will: "Never Remember History"
  • To see all History settings, choose: Firefox > Preferences > Privacy, choose the setting Firefox will: Use custom settings for history
  • Uncheck: [ ] "Automatically start Firefox in a private browsing session"
* Make sure that you not run Firefox in (permanent) [[Private Browsing]] mode * You enter Private Browsing mode if you select: [http://kb.mozillazine.org/Menu_differences Firefox > Preferences] > Privacy > History: Firefox will: "Never Remember History" * To see all History settings, choose: [http://kb.mozillazine.org/Menu_differences Firefox > Preferences] > Privacy, choose the setting <b>Firefox will: Use custom settings for history</b> * Uncheck: [ ] "Automatically start Firefox in a private browsing session"