After a fresh install of Debian and Firefox (this is 78.9.0esr), I signed in with my Firefox account, and all went well: I got all my bookmarks and recorded passwords for… (read more)
After a fresh install of Debian and Firefox (this is 78.9.0esr), I signed in with my Firefox account, and all went well: I got all my bookmarks and recorded passwords for all kind of sites available. So far, so good.
But I changed my mind, and want to allow this computer to be used by other people (it's a coworking space), so I logged out from Firefox (disconnect this account) and observed that all bookmarks were still there (not a big deal for me) but also all passwords. They still show in login & password page (Lockwise). I went on to delete all history and all cookies etc... The passwords are still there. I can delete a password one at a time, it seems to work... but I have 50+ to do. There are no "delete all" option or menu on the Lockwise page.
I would really think that you should be able to benefit from these passwords when logged in but they should not appear when logged out. Even if I launch an incognito session, log in in the private window, all passwords have being synced in the non-private Firefox... Is there a way to avoid that?