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import passwords from dashlane

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I exported my passwords from dashlane to a csv. The only information in the csv is url, domain, username, password. It is missing the form action, time stamps, and guid. Importing from file did not work. I re-ordered the info so it was in "url","username","password","httpRealm","formActionOrigin","guid","timeCreated","timeLastUsed","timePasswordChanged" format (once again, missing the last 5 fields). I made some fake passwords in firefox to see the format. form action was blank anyways. I tried copying the time info fields (from the fake passwords I made) to my csv, still didn't work. I think I probably need a guid? I tried leaving it blank, didn't work. I tried putting in "unk", didn't work.


I give up, please, how do I import passwords from Dashlane? I can export in json, excel, and csv.

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I think that origin (url) and username and password should be sufficient.

Are there errors reported in the Browser Console ? You can temporarily set signon.debug = true on the about:config page.

Enable the command line in the Browser Console:

The JSON file should have this format: Array of JSON login records separated by commas [{login1},{login2}] with at least username and password and hostname key:value pairs.

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

/* export logins in JSON format */
var lg = prompt("Logins",JSON.stringify(Services.logins.getAllLogins()));
/* import logins in JSON format */
if (lg = prompt("Logins JSON: [{},{}]","?")){
lg = JSON.parse(lg);
try {/*[60+]*/
 for(i=0;LG=lg[i];i++){if(!LG.origin){LG.origin = LG.hostname}}
 ChromeUtils.import("resource://gre/modules/LoginHelper.jsm");
 LoginHelper.maybeImportLogins(lg);
} catch(e){console.log(e);}
}
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help please? mozilla, where you at?

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Gekozen oplossing

I think that origin (url) and username and password should be sufficient.

Are there errors reported in the Browser Console ? You can temporarily set signon.debug = true on the about:config page.

Enable the command line in the Browser Console:

The JSON file should have this format: Array of JSON login records separated by commas [{login1},{login2}] with at least username and password and hostname key:value pairs.

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

/* export logins in JSON format */
var lg = prompt("Logins",JSON.stringify(Services.logins.getAllLogins()));
/* import logins in JSON format */
if (lg = prompt("Logins JSON: [{},{}]","?")){
lg = JSON.parse(lg);
try {/*[60+]*/
 for(i=0;LG=lg[i];i++){if(!LG.origin){LG.origin = LG.hostname}}
 ChromeUtils.import("resource://gre/modules/LoginHelper.jsm");
 LoginHelper.maybeImportLogins(lg);
} catch(e){console.log(e);}
}

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I dont see an option to import json files, just csv. It took a bit of tweaking and figuring of all the "got-yahs" but I was able to write a script to convert dashlane json to make-firefox-happy csv. The output console was happy or I never would have realized that the urls needed to start with http

import json

header = "\"url\",\"username\",\"password\",\"httpRealm\",\"formActionOrigin\",\"guid\",\"timeCreated\",\"timeLastUsed\",\"timePasswordChanged\"\n" print(header)

f = open("<path to output file.csv>","w")

f.write(header)

uname = "" pswd = "" outputstr = ""

with open('<path to json input file>') as json_file:

   data = json.load(json_file)
   for p in data['AUTHENTIFIANT']:
       dom = "https://"
       if p['domain'] or p['title']:
           dom += p['domain'] if p['domain'] else p['title']
           if p['email']:
               uname = p['email']
           elif p['login']:
               uname = p['login']
           else:
               print("error: login: " + p['domain'])
           if p['password']:
               pswd = p['password']
           else:
               print("error: password: " + p['domain'])
       else:
           print("error: domain")
       outputstr = '\"' + dom + '\",' + '\"' + uname + '\",' + '\"' + pswd + '\",' + ',\"\",,,,' +  '\n'
       f.write(outputstr)

f.close()

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