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Can Firefox Lockwise Import Entries from LastPass, Bitwarden, etc.?

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The question is self-explanatory...

The question is self-explanatory...
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My_Cheese_Is_Slippin'
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Hmmmm, It looks like they need to be imported into Firefox Password Manager - check this article: Firefox Lockwise - Managing account data

Hmmmm, It looks like they need to be imported into Firefox Password Manager - check this article: [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-lockwise-managing-account-data Firefox Lockwise - Managing account data]
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Thanks, @My_Cheese_Is_Slippin'

Once installed, Password Manager seems to be disabled and replaced with Lockwise, which even when disabled and removed still controls PM.

Any other ideas?

Thanks, @My_Cheese_Is_Slippin' Once installed, Password Manager seems to be disabled and replaced with Lockwise, which even when disabled and removed still controls PM. Any other ideas?
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Have you signed out of sync? That should free up PM.

Have you signed out of sync? That should free up PM.
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Are you using the builtin Lockwise Password Manager (about:logins) ?

Lockwise is controlled by some prefs on the about:config page:

  • signon.management.overrideURI
  • signon.management.page.enabled = true

The legacy Password Manager has this chrome URI:

  • signon.management.overrideURI = chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul
Are you using the builtin Lockwise Password Manager (about:logins) ? Lockwise is controlled by some prefs on the about:config page: *signon.management.overrideURI *signon.management.page.enabled = true The legacy Password Manager has this chrome URI: *signon.management.overrideURI = chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul
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Hey Bryan Moore, Looking over everything, I don't see how you can import from LastPass or Bitwarden into Firefox password manager, anyway. You would have to enter the logins one at a time.

Hey Bryan Moore, Looking over everything, I don't see how you can import from LastPass or Bitwarden into Firefox password manager, anyway. You would have to enter the logins one at a time.
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A possible workaround is to export the passwords to a CSV file and convert this file to JSON format. You can use code in the Browser Console to import login data in JSON format.

A possible workaround is to export the passwords to a CSV file and convert this file to JSON format. You can use code in the Browser Console to import login data in JSON format. *[[/questions/1265250#answer-1239491]] When importing data from Chrome to Firefox, why am I NOT given the option to import my passwords?
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Thanks for the possible workaround @cor-el; when I get a chance, I'll check to see if this works and post back.

Bitwarden offers the JSON export choice, so I may see if that imports "OTB."

Thanks for the possible workaround @cor-el; when I get a chance, I'll check to see if this works and post back. Bitwarden offers the JSON export choice, so I may see if that imports "OTB."
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