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how list all sites on which I have used the same password

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In the old password option i could make a list of all the sites on which i had used the same password how do i do the same with Lockwise. If a password has been breached then this option is neede so i can easilty decide which sites need updating with a new password

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Hi rogpollard,

you can just enter your password in the search bar, it will show you all the credentials with this password.

At least if you don't have the Master Password set.

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Hi TyDranui - thanks for that - however that of course was the first thing i tried but no matter what password I enter it comes up with no logins listed. I do have the master password and I can enter the master to view individual sites passwords. It does find a site if i search for a particular one. What am I doing wrong?

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Hi, this feature doesn't work with master password. See bug 1567423.

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Thx TyDranui but it - still does not work. I have not entered a master password into Firefox or when asked to do so by Lockwise - anybody any ideas as to what I am doing wrong still

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rogpollard said

I do have the master password and I can enter the master to view individual sites passwords.

rogpollard said

I have not entered a master password into Firefox or when asked to do so by Lockwise - anybody any ideas as to what I am doing wrong still

Just to clarify, you do have a Master Password set, but when searching by password, the page doesn't ask you to provide the Master Password to be able to search within the passwords, so search can't check for matches in those. That is how it is currently designed. On purpose. The bug says they hope to provide a better interface in the future, but it would be under a different bug if that is in progress already.

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If necessary, you could conduct a search using a script in the Browser Console. The Browser Console is a separate window opened using Ctrl+Shift+j. In order to execute your own scripts there (rather than just viewing information) you need to enable some additional settings. See:

https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Tools/Browser_Console (see the "NB:" box a couple paragraphs down)

And this is the script I was testing. Not the most elegant, but...

try {
  signons = Services.logins.getAllLogins();
  var txt = window.prompt('Password text to find?');
  if (txt.length > 0){
    var exact = 'Exact matches: ';
    var partial = 'Partial matches: ';
    for (var i=0; i<signons.length; i++){
      if (signons[i].password === txt) {
        exact += 'site=' + signons[i].hostname + 
          ' user=' + signons[i].username + '\n';
      }
      else if (signons[i].password.indexOf(txt) > -1) {
        partial += 'site=' + signons[i].hostname + 
          ' user=' + signons[i].username + '\n';
      }
    }
    console.log(exact + '\n' + partial);
  }
} catch (err) {
  console.log('Problem reading or outputting logins: ' + 
    err.message);
}