So I had a password that was Life-Critical (my unemployment PIN which they only mail you once, and of course I lost the paper), but all was well, because firefox lockwise… (read more)
So I had a password that was Life-Critical (my unemployment PIN which they only mail you once, and of course I lost the paper), but all was well, because firefox lockwise remembered it. However, after you login, it does a 2FA check where you have to enter a 7 character string they send to your phone. Every time, Lockwise prompted me to update the password, and I'd click No. Well, I bet you can guess what happened: yep, I clicked Update, and it happily did what I asked and updated the PIN which was only saved there, with nonsense single-use letters. Next time I went to login, lockwise offered me that "password" and I got Invalid PIN. Is there anyway to get back an updated PIN?
I feel like I'vetried every thing, different profiles, exporting the passwords, searching all over the internet, to no avail. So I come to you humbly, head in hands, is there any way to see what a password was before you modified it? An un-update of password, if you will.