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Can I transfer my passwords from Lastpass to Lockwise?

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I have Lastpass which keeps stopping. I want to move to Lockwise, but I am wondering if there is a way to simply transfer all my passwords rather than doing a complete re-entry.

I have Lastpass which keeps stopping. I want to move to Lockwise, but I am wondering if there is a way to simply transfer all my passwords rather than doing a complete re-entry.

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Hi

I am sorry, but we currently do not support any migration of passwords from other providers to your Firefox Account and Lockwise however this is something that may be included in a future release.

In the meantime, yes, you may have to re-enter your data, but I can assure you it is worth it. I have been using Lockwise for a while now and it makes life so much easier.

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Seburo
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Hi

I am sorry, but we currently do not support any migration of passwords from other providers to your Firefox Account and Lockwise however this is something that may be included in a future release.

In the meantime, yes, you may have to re-enter your data, but I can assure you it is worth it. I have been using Lockwise for a while now and it makes life so much easier.

Hi I am sorry, but we currently do not support any migration of passwords from other providers to your Firefox Account and Lockwise however this is something that may be included in a future release. In the meantime, yes, you may have to re-enter your data, but I can assure you it is worth it. I have been using Lockwise for a while now and it makes life so much easier.

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Thank you for the quick response. Will now go to work on moving everything over to Lockwise!

Thank you for the quick response. Will now go to work on moving everything over to Lockwise!
cor-el
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I think that LastPass can export the logins to a JSON file. There are ways to import login data in JSON format in Firefox for desktop and then Sync the logins. That way Lockwise might pick them up.

I think that LastPass can export the logins to a JSON file. There are ways to import login data in JSON format in Firefox for desktop and then Sync the logins. That way Lockwise might pick them up. *[[/questions/1264448]] No response when importing password from ie or edge (CSV => JSON)
benji1 0 solutions 1 answers

Seburo said

Hi I am sorry, but we currently do not support any migration of passwords from other providers to your Firefox Account and Lockwise however this is something that may be included in a future release. In the meantime, yes, you may have to re-enter your data, but I can assure you it is worth it. I have been using Lockwise for a while now and it makes life so much easier.

How likely is it that this will be added? Lastpass has the option to export all your passwords in a simple text file but I don't feel really up for manually entering over seven hundred passwords.

''Seburo [[#answer-1246083|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi I am sorry, but we currently do not support any migration of passwords from other providers to your Firefox Account and Lockwise however this is something that may be included in a future release. In the meantime, yes, you may have to re-enter your data, but I can assure you it is worth it. I have been using Lockwise for a while now and it makes life so much easier. </blockquote> How likely is it that this will be added? Lastpass has the option to export all your passwords in a simple text file but I don't feel really up for manually entering over seven hundred passwords.
cor-el
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If you have a JSON file with usernames and passwords and the file is in this format (array of password records: [{},{}],{}) then it isn't too difficult to import these passwords with some JavaScript code in the Browser Console like shown in the thread I linked in above reply.

  • [{"username":"xxx","password":"xxx","hostname":"https://"},{more-logins}]

To enable the command line in the Console:


if (logins = prompt("Logins JSON: [{},{}]",signons)){
try { 
 logins = JSON.parse(logins);
 ChromeUtils.import("resource://gre/modules/LoginHelper.jsm");
 LoginHelper.maybeImportLogins(logins);
} catch(e){ console.log(e); }
}
If you have a JSON file with usernames and passwords and the file is in this format (array of password records: [{},{}],{}) then it isn't too difficult to import these passwords with some JavaScript code in the Browser Console like shown in the thread I linked in above reply. *[{"username":"xxx","password":"xxx","hostname":"https://"},{more-logins}] To enable the command line in the Console: *select "Enable browser chrome and add-on debugging toolboxes" in the developer tools settings *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Settings *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Browser_Console ---- <pre><nowiki>if (logins = prompt("Logins JSON: [{},{}]",signons)){ try { logins = JSON.parse(logins); ChromeUtils.import("resource://gre/modules/LoginHelper.jsm"); LoginHelper.maybeImportLogins(logins); } catch(e){ console.log(e); } }</nowiki></pre>
s95008 0 solutions 1 answers

I'd like to see this feature. I have too many passwords to do it manually.

I'd like to see this feature. I have too many passwords to do it manually.