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My logins are still available, even after I cleared "Everything" history; signed out of my Fox sync account; cleared "Cookies and Site Data"
My logins (username/email addresses & Passwords) are still available, even after I cleared "Everything" history; signed out of my Fox sync account; cleared "Cookies and Site Data".
So for example, after doing the above, I'm now logged out of my gmail account, but if someone steps in front of the computer I was using, runs Firefox, and goes to Gmail.com, they can see all the gmail accounts I have and can log in to them.
How can I remove all logins from the Firefox browser on the public computer?
Firefox 76.0 Windows 10
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Sync is used to share data between profiles and systems. Disconnecting sync does not remove any data.
Passwords are stored in two files in the profile. logins.json and key3.db [v58+]key4.db : These are the password files. Remove Both !
Thanks FredMcD. Your comment is informative and helpful.
Shouldn't Firefox developers make the removal of passwords part of the Privacy&Security options? I mean, which person would want to remove his browsing history yet want to keep all his logins saved on a computer?
I doubt I'm the only one with this question. How can I bring this to the attention of the Firefox developers?
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Saving login data or not is part of the browsers options.
You can use "Forget About This Site" to remove all data (except bookmarks) for a specific domain.
Note that Session Restore also can store cookie data. You can prevent that by using "Clear history when Firefox closes" to clear cookies and browsing history.