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Do I have to use Password Manager and a Master Password to have saved passwords encrypted??

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My colleagues firefox wouldn't open, as tech support worked on it, up popped a list of all of her saved passwords. The engineer said Firefox does not encrypt passwords. Is this true? Many users (right or wrong) either Save or Don't Save a password, they may not spend the time to understand and set up Master Passwords or the like. She was told to use Chrome to ensure that the saved passwords are encrypted.

We are in a hosted windows environment, all three major browsers are available to use. The browsers are updated with new versions monthly, so we are likely 1 version behind for Firefox.

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usernavn said

My colleagues firefox wouldn't open, as tech support worked on it, up popped a list of all of her saved passwords. The engineer said Firefox does not encrypt passwords. Is this true?

You do have to create a Master Password in order to encrypt the passwords in the local file. That probably could be made a lot clearer.

You do not have to use Firefox's Password Manager at all, however. There are many third party solutions that provide cross-browser and cloud-based features not included in Firefox's Password Manager.

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usernavn said

My colleagues firefox wouldn't open, as tech support worked on it, up popped a list of all of her saved passwords. The engineer said Firefox does not encrypt passwords. Is this true?

You do have to create a Master Password in order to encrypt the passwords in the local file. That probably could be made a lot clearer.

You do not have to use Firefox's Password Manager at all, however. There are many third party solutions that provide cross-browser and cloud-based features not included in Firefox's Password Manager.

Ref: