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Can I safe my password based on page/URL not on domain? [WORKAROUND FOUND]

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I often visit a site that uses two factor authentication (citrix). I login on domain/vpn/index.html (user-name and password saved) after login, I get redirected to domain/cgi/login (same domain) to enter my second authentication (one time sms-code). After entering this I get a message to save this sms. As this is another code every time, I do not want to save it. I can not enter never save because the other password will be removed than. How can I tell Firefox to only store the password for domain/vpn/index.html and not for domain/cgi/login? If this is not possible, can it be implemented, or, less wanted, is there a third party option to get this done?

I searched but did not find this question (maybe I used the wrong search-terms)

Thank you for your time

I often visit a site that uses two factor authentication (citrix). I login on domain/vpn/index.html (user-name and password saved) after login, I get redirected to domain/cgi/login (same domain) to enter my second authentication (one time sms-code). After entering this I get a message to save this sms. As this is another code every time, I do not want to save it. I can not enter never save because the other password will be removed than. How can I tell Firefox to only store the password for domain/vpn/index.html and not for domain/cgi/login? If this is not possible, can it be implemented, or, less wanted, is there a third party option to get this done? I searched but did not find this question (maybe I used the wrong search-terms) Thank you for your time

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The only option I can think of is to open the page in a Private Browsing mode tab/window. Firefox can fill names and passwords stored in the Password Manager, but won't offer to store or modify a saved password or store autocomplete form data.

You can use an extension to get Private Browsing mode support per tab.

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The only option I can think of is to open the page in a Private Browsing mode tab/window. Firefox can fill names and passwords stored in the Password Manager, but won't offer to store or modify a saved password or store autocomplete form data.

You can use an extension to get Private Browsing mode support per tab.

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Thank you,

not my ideal solution, but, I did not think of it, so it is a good workaround.