So I read on Reddit the intentions of Google with Chrome and adblocker add-ons, and I was worried because Brave (my Android browser until today) is based on Chromium as w… (funda kabanzi)
So I read on Reddit the intentions of Google with Chrome and adblocker add-ons, and I was worried because Brave (my Android browser until today) is based on Chromium as well. I've always been a Firefox user on desktop, and now on mobile as well since the dev team fixed the rendering errors of Firefox on Android.
Ok so here goes my question:
I've installed Brave on desktop (Linux) since I want my saved mobile login data on Firefox as well. So I exported a plaintext (unencrypted) *.csv file from Brave desktop and I am unable to import it onto Firefox (also on desktop).
I'm aware of the about:config key to be able to import CSV files to Firefox password manager, and is set to True. But the file does not import at all, so I opened the Browser Console and this is the logger output when I try to import the CSV file(screenshot also available):
eval() and eval-like uses are not allowed in the Parent Process or in System Contexts (Blocked usage in “chrome://global/content/third_party/d3/d3.js”) d3.js:2040:16
call to Function() blocked by CSP d3.js:2040
Then I looked into a CSV file generated by Firefox and it has the password hashed, so how do I need to proceed?
Is there any tool to convert the CSV contents?
Really, I want to use Firefox on all my devices but this change (for good) came from nowhere...
Hope someone has had this issue and can help me.