Password manager: identifier of an account not belonging to me?
Hello, In my Firefox password manager (Lockwyse), I have the credentials of a valid twitter.com account of someone I don't know. It looks like a nice security hole. Am I seriously worried about the security of my own password? How and who should I inform Mozilla about this serious problem? Thank you in advance for your assistance ? Cordially.
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Did you let someone else use your computer?
Thank you for your reply :) No, I do not lend my machines (personal or professional). I use a Firefox Sync account to benefit from the sync between different Firefox that I use on several of these machines. I performed a test last night on this account from Firefox Monitor without it notifying me of any problem. My password manager contains 400 identifiers and I discovered last night a second account on gallery.me.com (no idea of its validity) that does not belong to me. It looks more and more like a data leak from my password manager.
Does anyone know the procedure for reporting a bug to Firefox development teams?
I called for more help.. Does anyone else use the other computers?
Thank you for your help :) Sorry, I misinterpreted your question. Only a trusted person uses one of their computers. I don't think the problem is with this person.
Ask the other.