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hello i have a pc with some saved password to my firefox browser and my Employee use this password to login to these account and do her jobs the thing is i want to my Employee use this passwords but she has not access to see and save or export from passwords in lockwise or about:logins is there any way that i can deny access to this address about:logins?

hello i have a pc with some saved password to my firefox browser and my Employee use this password to login to these account and do her jobs the thing is i want to my Employee use this passwords but she has not access to see and save or export from passwords in lockwise or about:logins is there any way that i can deny access to this address about:logins?

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On your system, create a user account for each person that uses it. Firefox will create separate profiles for each user on the system.

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You can create an enterprise policy that prevents using the Show Password (eye icon) button to see the password. I don't know whether that would stop someone from exporting the logins, and I doubt it would stop use of tools in a web page to see a filled password.

More info:

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I should also mention that if you are not having employees set a Primary Password in Firefox to use stronger encryption on the local data file, third party tools can quickly decrypt all of the locally saved passwords. See: Use a Primary Password to protect stored logins and passwords.

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See also this file to see what each policy involves because for instance disabling access to about:logins includes disabling the Password Manager and lock signon.rememberSignons to false.

See also this thread:

Zmodyfikowany przez cor-el w dniu

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jscher2000 said

I should also mention that if you are not having employees set a Primary Password in Firefox to use stronger encryption on the local data file, third party tools can quickly decrypt all of the locally saved passwords. See: Use a Primary Password to protect stored logins and passwords.

i want my employee use saved password for login but no access to see or export from them

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cor-el said

See also this file to see what each policy involves because for instance disabling access to about:logins includes disabling the Password Manager and lock signon.rememberSignons to false. See also this thread:

i want my employee use saved password for login but no access to see or export from them

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farhad_fm_2012 said

jscher2000 said

I should also mention that if you are not having employees set a Primary Password in Firefox to use stronger encryption on the local data file, third party tools can quickly decrypt all of the locally saved passwords. See: Use a Primary Password to protect stored logins and passwords.

i want my employee use saved password for login but no access to see or export from them

Refer to my first reply for what I know about that. You can test it on yourself.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1339478#answer-1419197