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Auto login booby trap.

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I am in the process of moving all of our passwords into 1Password. However, I discovered that my wife has her Firefox set to auto login, but can't remember her user name and password. So, although she can use it, she can't change update the password. The fact that on setup, auto login is the default makes this doubly frustrating. So, is there any way to get to the password?

I am in the process of moving all of our passwords into 1Password. However, I discovered that my wife has her Firefox set to auto login, but can't remember her user name and password. So, although she can use it, she can't change update the password. The fact that on setup, auto login is the default makes this doubly frustrating. So, is there any way to get to the password?

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tmpc said

I missed your other point about "Sign In:" being visible. IT IS VISIBLE! How can she be using it if she isn't signed in? What does that mean? And, I'm not signed in either. THIS IS CRAZY!

Now we're making progress! I think there's a misunderstanding of what Firefox is. You don't need an account to use the Firefox web browser. An account is only required for using the sync feature and other services

Your wife probably doesn't have a Firefox account. If you need to export her passwords saved in Firefox to 1Password, you can export the data to a file using the instructions in the following article: Export login data from Firefox

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Hi Chris,

I have to go take care of something else for a little while, but I'll be back in about three hours. You've blown my mind, here! I'll post a reply as soon as I get a look at the link in your response.

Thanks very much.

Thanks to you donthavecow, as well. I appreciate the help.

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Ok, checked my FF97.0.2 password and I can click on the "eye" and see the password for my saved login sites. So what version of FF are you using right now? I can click and see accounts.firefox.com and below that is my login name and dots for the password but if I click on the "eye" I can see the password.

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If the device is connected then you should see the login name (email address) in the "3-bar" Firefox menu button drop-down list and also in "Settings -> Sync". If you do not know the password then you can do a password reset for this email address.

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Chris Ilias said

Now we're making progress! I think there's a misunderstanding of what Firefox is. You don't need an account to use the Firefox web browser. An account is only required for using the sync feature and other services Your wife probably doesn't have a Firefox account. If you need to export her passwords saved in Firefox to 1Password, you can export the data to a file using the instructions in the following article: Export login data from Firefox

Geez! I didn't know anything about this. Thanks for straightening me out, Chris. Much appreciated.

Hey, donthavecow, thanks for trying to help me out.

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