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I want to allow Firefox permanently to save all of my passwords. How can I allow Firefox permanently to save all of my passwords ?

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Everyday I log in to many websites. I need to save those passwords. That's why I use Firefox's built in password manager. But I'm too much bored about it's prompts. I am allowing it every time. That's why I want to allow it permanently to save all of my passwords. How can I allow Firefox permanently to save all of my passwords ? If it is not possible, can you help me "How can I do this, by editing the ' omni.ja ' file in the 'C:\Drive' ? "

Everyday I log in to many websites. I need to save those passwords. That's why I use Firefox's built in password manager. But I'm too much bored about it's prompts. I am allowing it every time. That's why I want to allow it permanently to save all of my passwords. How can I allow Firefox permanently to save all of my passwords ? If it is not possible, can you help me "How can I do this, by editing the ' omni.ja ' file in the 'C:\Drive' ? "
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FredMcD
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https://www.bing.com/search?q=omni.ja The file OMNI.JA is identified as the Trojan Program that is used for stealing bank information and users passwords.

You may have ad/mal-ware. Further information can be found in this article; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no

Run most or all of the listed malware scanners. Each works differently. If one program misses something, another may pick it up.

https://www.bing.com/search?q=omni.ja '''The file OMNI.JA is identified as the Trojan Program that is used for stealing bank information and users passwords.''' You may have ad/mal-ware. Further information can be found in this article; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-caused-malware?cache=no Run most or all of the listed malware scanners. Each works differently. If one program misses something, another may pick it up.
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FredMcD
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After you have scanned your system,

Type about:preferences#security<enter> in the address bar. Look under Logins,

Note: For Firefox v56+ its; about:preferences#privacy Look under Forms & Passwords +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Turn on Remember Logins. To check the passwords you have listed, press Saved Logins.

Press the Exceptions button and see what's inside.

After you have scanned your system, Type '''about:preferences#security'''<enter> in the address bar. Look under '''Logins, ''' Note: For Firefox v56+ its; '''about:preferences#privacy''' Look under '''Forms & Passwords ''' +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Turn on '''Remember Logins. ''' To check the passwords you have listed, press '''Saved Logins. ''' Press the '''Exceptions''' button and see what's inside.
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Sami The Legend said

How can I do this, by editing the ' omni.ja ' file in the 'C:\Drive' ?

Editing that file isn't any sort of "fix". With every Firefox update, minor or major, the omni.ja file is replaced with the latest version of that file as part of the update

''Sami The Legend [[#question-1265516|said]]'' <blockquote> How can I do this, by editing the ' omni.ja ' file in the 'C:\Drive' ? </blockquote> Editing that file isn't any sort of "fix". With every Firefox update, minor or major, the omni.ja file is replaced with the latest version of that file as part of the update
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FredMcD
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So, omni.ja is part of Firefox?

So, omni.ja is part of Firefox?
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''FredMcD [[#answer-1240438|said]]'' <blockquote> So, omni.ja is part of Firefox? </blockquote> See : https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/About_omni.ja_(formerly_omni.jar)
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FredMcD
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Are you using any password add-ons/programs?

Start Firefox in Safe Mode {web link}

A small dialog should appear. Click Start In Safe Mode (not Refresh). Is the problem still there?

Are you using any password add-ons/programs? [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-firefox-issues-using-safe-mode Start Firefox in Safe Mode] {web link} A small dialog should appear. Click '''Start In Safe Mode''' (not Refresh). Is the problem still there?
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cor-el
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It is not advised to edit any of the two omni.ja archives (main program folder and browser folder) to make it possible to bypass a password save prompt. These archives change with every Firefox update and are also packed in a special way, so they can be read in one go from start to finish without the need to seek the archive for a specific file.

Try to ask advice at the Stack Overflow forum site.

It is not advised to edit any of the two omni.ja archives (main program folder and browser folder) to make it possible to bypass a password save prompt. These archives change with every Firefox update and are also packed in a special way, so they can be read in one go from start to finish without the need to seek the archive for a specific file. Try to ask advice at the Stack Overflow forum site. *https://stackoverflow.com/questions/
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