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Can't get Master password to work to secure logins and passwords in Lockwise for Android??

I have set up Lockwise on my laptop and my phone to sync - which it does. To protect the logins and passwords it holds I set a Master Password. This works fine on the l… (read more)

I have set up Lockwise on my laptop and my phone to sync - which it does. To protect the logins and passwords it holds I set a Master Password. This works fine on the laptop asking for the master password if I want to look at the logins and paswords. On the phone all it requires is my 4 digit phone pin number and will then display all the passwords with no further security. This makes it useless as there is no serious security - if I lose my phone all my passwords go with it. There must be some way to make the master password work on my android phone???

Asked by greggow2 2 years ago

Answered by cor-el 2 years ago

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Convert TEXT to .json.

I have an Excel spreadsheet of my logins/passwords, but am trying to find out it I can convert text to .JSON to add all data to lockwise file. Easier than one-at-a time.… (read more)

I have an Excel spreadsheet of my logins/passwords, but am trying to find out it I can convert text to .JSON to add all data to lockwise file. Easier than one-at-a time...

The choices given in FF are to import from a file. Mine only offers *Import from another browser*. There appear to be online converting tools, but I am wary, because it is not widely offered as a solution on other reputable websites. I do not know all the reputable websites, of course.

Thank you.

Asked by CiaoBella1 1 year ago

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Lockwise passwords encryption

Mozilla is extremely vague with how passwords are protected, simply stating on their product page that passwords are encrypted while in transit and stored using encryptio… (read more)

Mozilla is extremely vague with how passwords are protected, simply stating on their product page that passwords are encrypted while in transit and stored using encryption. Does Mozilla keep the encryption keys and can later access these passwords?? Why so vague?

Asked by nick.b 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Search Passwords by Password

I use Norton 360 which includes a minimal level of LifeLock protection. I received a "Dark Web Notification" that my username and password for one of my accounts was list… (read more)

I use Norton 360 which includes a minimal level of LifeLock protection. I received a "Dark Web Notification" that my username and password for one of my accounts was listed for sale on the Dark Web. I am assuming the account using this was hacked. The notification does not identify the hacked account, only the login info and only the last few characters of its password. I am wondering if there is a way to search my FireFox logins using these last few characters so that i can discover which account was hacked and change the password. My FF account logins list is very LONG and searching each one would be very time consuming. Thanks for any help.

Asked by Geoff T 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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how do I delete ALL saved logins from Firefox Lockwise?

how do I delete ALL saved logins from Firefox Lockwise? I have well over 100 and doing it individually will takes ages. I use avast passwords and they no longer are compa… (read more)

how do I delete ALL saved logins from Firefox Lockwise? I have well over 100 and doing it individually will takes ages. I use avast passwords and they no longer are compatable when trying to sync between then so I want to just use Avast.

Asked by Zogthemighty 1 year ago

Answered by TyDraniu 1 year ago

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Lockwise Passwords are all missing

My Firefox browser decided to update last night to version 82.0.3 and when I went to log in to some accounts this morning, all of my Lockwise passwords were missing. Luck… (read more)

My Firefox browser decided to update last night to version 82.0.3 and when I went to log in to some accounts this morning, all of my Lockwise passwords were missing. Luckily, I can still see them for now on my phone version of Firefox, but I have no idea how to get them back on my browser. I have tried using the sync button on the phone, but it won't update to the browser. Any tips on how to get all of my passwords back without having to manually input everything?

Asked by Molly O 1 year ago

Answered by Molly O 1 year ago

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waarom is de twofactor- inlog niet toepasbaar wanneer men enkel één authentisator app gebruikt? Ik heb een account toegevoegd en daarna merk ik op dat deze functie enkel … (read more)

waarom is de twofactor- inlog niet toepasbaar wanneer men enkel één authentisator app gebruikt? Ik heb een account toegevoegd en daarna merk ik op dat deze functie enkel toepasbaar is in het gebruik van een andere app nl. de authy-app, powerd by twilio? eigenlijk heb ik deze problematiek nog vroeger tegengekomen met een google-account. Teveel app's kunnen voor onrust in het gebruik zorgen wat een onnodige stressfactor met zich meegeeft, ik vind dat er een app-manager zou moeten zijn die alle authentisator-app's verenigt als iemand zo'n persoon van doen heeft kunt u me steeds bereiken en ik maak er werk van, een vriendelijke groet en misschien tot later,

Asked by Peter 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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how can this happen without EXTREME WARNINGS FOR ALL PARTIES?

I was at a friends office and to avoid wasting time I created an account of his computer and logged into firefow and synced to get my tabs and shortcuts. When i got home … (read more)

I was at a friends office and to avoid wasting time I created an account of his computer and logged into firefow and synced to get my tabs and shortcuts. When i got home and opened my own computer I noticed I had synced ALL HIS BUSINESS AND FAMILY PASSWORDS! This is my best friend so i am not a threat but what if I wasn't? he would have no idea i now have all passwords. I asked the community how I can remove them and they said manually one by one. OK not nice but possible. MY QUESTION: How do i remove MY PASSWORDS FROM HIS COMPUTER which is accessed by everyone in the office??? Do I have to go back to the office to manually delete all my passwords? If so how do I get into his Sync account if neither of us know the password to log in?

Asked by Dexpediter 1 year ago

Answered by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Entering long address in Firefox Lockwise

I am trying to enter a long website address: https://xxxxx0760.yyyyyy.zzzzzz.com/web/nnn/login?forkPage=false#/routing Lockwise removes everything after the .com - is th… (read more)

I am trying to enter a long website address: https://xxxxx0760.yyyyyy.zzzzzz.com/web/nnn/login?forkPage=false#/routing Lockwise removes everything after the .com - is there a way to add/retain this information? The shortened version is just ignored by the web. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Asked by charcho13 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Firefox passwords

I used CCleaner and i accidentaly removed my firefox passwords with that and i wanna know if i could get them back in some way? Because for one password i used the random… (read more)

I used CCleaner and i accidentaly removed my firefox passwords with that and i wanna know if i could get them back in some way? Because for one password i used the randomw site generated password and now its gone.

Asked by Mister.AB 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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firefox lockwise truncates the website address, how can i prevent this ?

Lockwise truncates the login website address I am attempting to set. As a result it takes me to the Software vendor website rather than me Dr's website portal. I've had s… (read more)

Lockwise truncates the login website address I am attempting to set. As a result it takes me to the Software vendor website rather than me Dr's website portal.

I've had similar issues before but never bothered to complain.

Here is the actual address I want.

https://mycw90.ecwcloud.com/portal12070/jsp/100mp/login_otp.jsp

This takes me to the Dr's clinic where I want to be able to login in and see my lab results, etc. without having to remember all the jillions of passwords that all my (many) Dr's and other contacts want me to have.

Because lockwise truncates the address to this.

https://mycw90.ecwcloud.com

And that redirects me to here -> https://www.eclinicalworks.com So, I end up at the s/w vendor site instead.

I hope this explanation is clear enough.

Past issues were similar except I ended up at the correct site but not at the correct page, so it didn't trigger Firefox to present my credentials. All this negates the automation you tried to put in but did manage to trigger the PTSD I picked up in Vietnam.

Not your fault, but frustrating as i ended up going back to the lockwise files to read my passwords, all the while mumbling something about someones ancestry.

 :  )

If I've missed a clue, please feel free to reach out to me.

Thanks in advance for your help..

Eric Randau

Asked by goowl2 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Recovering Logins from Second Device

Lockwise didn't have a show password button while I was inputting my primary password, and I mistakenly believed I couldn't mistype a password twice the same way. I've no… (read more)

Lockwise didn't have a show password button while I was inputting my primary password, and I mistakenly believed I couldn't mistype a password twice the same way. I've no way of figuring out what it was I typed. I still have all of my logins on my android device, so I could just delete my local logins and resync them, but the reset primary password window says that resetting the password will delete all logins. Does it just mean the locally saved logins, meaning I can just reset the password and let it sync from my phone, or does resetting my password cause it to assume there's a security breach and actively wipe the logins from all my other devices?

Asked by Kyna Tiona 1 year ago

Answered by Kyna Tiona 1 year ago

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Lockwise not generating stong password for my Amazon account

Hello all, I'm in the process of migrating from a medley of passwords using Lockwise. However, while trying to change my Amazon password, lockwise is failing to generate … (read more)

Hello all,

I'm in the process of migrating from a medley of passwords using Lockwise. However, while trying to change my Amazon password, lockwise is failing to generate a strong password. It's like it doesn't recognise the 'New Password' field but I have had no problems with this on a huge variety of other websites.

Anyone got any ideas of how to work around this?

Cheers,

Asked by philjsmith1993 1 year ago

Answered by philjsmith1993 1 year ago

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Requesting "Notes" or "Extras" field to be added to Lockwise

Coming over from Lastpass, all csv imports to Lockwise went fine, but there are other useful fields in the old PW manager that can't be added to Lockwise. Things like PIN… (read more)

Coming over from Lastpass, all csv imports to Lockwise went fine, but there are other useful fields in the old PW manager that can't be added to Lockwise. Things like PIN numbers and security answers were nicely stored in an "Extras" field in Lastpass. The Mozilla "give feedback" page for Mozilla is currently disabled.

Asked by cdlandey 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Passwords still visible ,in Firefox, for every one, after disconnection from my Firefox account

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?

Asked by fb1 1 year ago

Answered by fb1 1 year ago