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Can you apply a name to a saved lockwise entry?

Logins and passwords are sorted alphabetically by the URL. I would like to be able to give the entry a name that makes it easier to find. For example, the Website for my … (funda kabanzi)

Logins and passwords are sorted alphabetically by the URL. I would like to be able to give the entry a name that makes it easier to find. For example, the Website for my bank is olb.xxxxx.com rather than the name of the institution. Other entries may be more obscure. I think Lockwise would be easier to use with this feature. I am trying to see if I can transition from a different password manager add-on. At this point, it was much easier to use the other add-on for both sites/passwords AND for bookmarks. Everything was in one place and I could apply names that made sense.

Thanks!

Asked by DcnDon 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by AdamBN 7 izinyanga ezidlule

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Delete Lockwise account data from other Desktops

Hi, yesterday I logged into my Firefox account from my dad's desktop. Now, all my saved passwords keep on appearing there although I am logged off there and disconnected … (funda kabanzi)

Hi,

yesterday I logged into my Firefox account from my dad's desktop. Now, all my saved passwords keep on appearing there although I am logged off there and disconnected that desktop from Sync. I don't even need a master password to see all my stored passwords.

How can I remove my stored passwords from his Firefox?

Many thanks, cem

Asked by cem.gueler 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 5 izinyanga ezidlule

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why do my passwords remain accessible in the browser after disconnecting from my firefox account?

I needed access to my passwords, but wasn't close to my PC so I signed into a firefox browser on a friend's PC, used my personal passwords (from the new lockwise thing) a… (funda kabanzi)

I needed access to my passwords, but wasn't close to my PC so I signed into a firefox browser on a friend's PC, used my personal passwords (from the new lockwise thing) and then, logically, disconnected my firefox account agreeing to both tick-boxes for all my personal details to be deleted from the browser...ONLY TO FIND 5 minutes later that my LOCKWISE passwords where still present on the browser, with my account disconnected, but fully usable and accessible!

Now I'm scared of deleting all my passwords from the foreign-to-me PC (although I have my account disconnected) in case my passwords get deleted from my normal lockwise list...!! I can't leave these passwords on this PC though...

Am I missing something??? Thanks kind people!

Asked by Pavlos 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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How do I know that deleted logins & passwords have been removed from your cloud servers and all backups?

The title is the short version of the question; here is the background. Sync seemed a fairly good idea so I signed up to it recently, but what I was disturbed to realise … (funda kabanzi)

The title is the short version of the question; here is the background.

Sync seemed a fairly good idea so I signed up to it recently, but what I was disturbed to realise was that I had accidentally allowed Mozilla to store more than 200 of my passwords on their cloud servers without realising it.

I have a password management solution that I have been using for some fifteen years and I know what I am doing. I had allowed Firefox to store my passwords locally on my PC in the knowledge that the PC would have to be compromised and the encrypted passwords would have to be cracked to be of any use.

So here's the problem; I am totally adversed to storing all of my logons and passwords in one place on the Internet with no control whatsoever as to how or where they are stored.

I'm alarmed to see so little information about the storage of this highly sensitive Personal Data, specifically with regards to steps taken to secure it when it is such a honeypot for hackers. I understand that every precaution will be taken to protect this data but things go wrong so often with regards to data breaches that it's just not something that anyone should consider lightly. Handing over this level of responsibility to a third part (Mozilla) to protect every aspect of ones modern life is not advisable.

What seems to have happened here is that Mozilla is so excited to get their trusted new features out to the user that they have forgotten to gain the trust of their users first by obtaining Explicit and Informed Consent to provide this functionality.

So back to my question, how do I DELETE ALL of my Synced Logins & Passwords and how do I know that you have deleted them?

Many thanks.

Asked by Clearsky 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by Stark Saran 1 unyaka odlule

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The x-notifier extension login/passwords appear on the app version of Lockwise, but not in the about:loginson the desktop. How do I make them appear there?

The X-notifier extension configured loings/passwords appear on the app version of Firefox Lockwise on Android and iOS. Unfortunately, they do not appear on desktop versio… (funda kabanzi)

The X-notifier extension configured loings/passwords appear on the app version of Firefox Lockwise on Android and iOS. Unfortunately, they do not appear on desktop version of Firefox when going to the about:logins page. On the app, they appear under something like:

chrome://xnotifier/accounts/<service>

<user-id>

For example: chrome://xnotifier/accounts/gmail

my-gmail-account

I cannot find them at all in about:logins. Other than adding them by hand, is there anyway to make the app version sync so that it appears on the desktop?

Thanks!

Asked by lrvega 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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[REQUEST] Print an automatic generated list of passwords, username and/or email

Hey, i would like to print out my logins in a format like: www.example.net Example@Example.net ExamplePassword www.example.net (no user) ExamplePa… (funda kabanzi)

Hey,

i would like to print out my logins in a format like:

www.example.net Example@Example.net ExamplePassword www.example.net (no user) ExamplePassword www.example.net ExampleUser ExamplePassword

Maybe with an option to add additional infos www.example.net ExampleUser ExamplePassword Created: February 2, 2020 Last modified: February 5, 2020 Last used: February 6, 2020

Asked by antonfrei12 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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Upgraded Firefox to 73.0.1 (/w Lockwise). Old saved logins are gone.

I can no longer find my old saved passwords from an older version of Firefox (pre-Lockwise). Profiles folder in AppData only contains one profile - the current one with m… (funda kabanzi)

I can no longer find my old saved passwords from an older version of Firefox (pre-Lockwise). Profiles folder in AppData only contains one profile - the current one with missing logins.

Asked by jdvgravador 12 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 11 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox Extension password on different PCs

I have installed an extension (mega.nz) on different PCs. On every PC, the extension has a different URL based on its unique ID, such as moz-extension://x4y901z4-t111-99x… (funda kabanzi)

I have installed an extension (mega.nz) on different PCs. On every PC, the extension has a different URL based on its unique ID, such as moz-extension://x4y901z4-t111-99x5-y321-xyz000z11909/mega/secure.html

But this URL is different on each PC.....

So Lockwise works fine on one PC (the one where the password was saved from), but on the other PCs it doesn't recognize the URLs and doesn't fill the account data in the login form.

Is it possible to modify the URL saved in Lockwise to match the scheme "moz-extension" ? any other workaround ?

thanks

Asked by fcel2008 5 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 izinyanga ezidlule

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Is Mozilla planning to check Pwned Passwords in Lockwise?

Everything I have read regarding Monitor and Lockwise suggests that account breach notifications are going to rely on whether passwords were included in the breach and wh… (funda kabanzi)

Everything I have read regarding Monitor and Lockwise suggests that account breach notifications are going to rely on whether passwords were included in the breach and whether the user has changed that password since the date of the breach. But is Lockwise (or Monitor) ever going to use the HIBP's Pwned Password API?

Asked by Jamie Kitson 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by gliu20 1 unyaka odlule

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I access my Firefox Lockwise using a password; how can I "sign out" from FL for more security when I am browsing but not signing in to websites?

Once I am signed in to Firefox Lockwise via "Logins and Passwords" I often want to sign out while I am browsing but not accessing my web accounts. Being signed in to FL, … (funda kabanzi)

Once I am signed in to Firefox Lockwise via "Logins and Passwords" I often want to sign out while I am browsing but not accessing my web accounts. Being signed in to FL, anyone who accessed my open Firefox browser--physically or virtually-- could access my password data. All insights and advice on this would be very welcome. Thank you.

Asked by m.jenn1 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by RobertJ 1 unyaka odlule

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Is there a way to save PINs and/or security codes in Lockwise? What's a secure method to store essential passwords, PINs, and security codes offline?

I'd like to know if it's possible to save information in Lockwise besides usernames and passwords, mainly PINs and security codes. There are some PINs I want to keep trac… (funda kabanzi)

I'd like to know if it's possible to save information in Lockwise besides usernames and passwords, mainly PINs and security codes. There are some PINs I want to keep track of that aren't connected to a website or an app, so I'd like to know if it's possible to store those in Lockwise somehow, too.

I'd also like to know about secure methods for storing essential passwords, PINs, and security codes offline, as a back up just in case. If I'm going to write information like this down, is there a good way to decide on a hiding place that I won't forget about but which wouldn't be obvious to anyone else? Bearing in mind I don't have a great memory. I realize this is a separate question and potentially rather broad, and it's beyond the topic of Lockwise itself - where is a good place to learn about keeping information secure (beyond using Firefox plus extensions, a password manager, duckduckgo)?

Asked by asterionism 1 unyaka odlule

Last reply by cor-el 1 unyaka odlule

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How do I reset my Lockwise password?

I just changed my Firefox log-in password. I tried to use it to access my Lockwise account. Perhaps they are different passwords. If so, I don't know my Lockwise passwor… (funda kabanzi)

I just changed my Firefox log-in password. I tried to use it to access my Lockwise account. Perhaps they are different passwords. If so, I don't know my Lockwise password. How do I reset my Lockwise password?

Asked by j20 9 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Andrew 9 izinyanga ezidlule

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How do I autofill and save passwords when changing them, rather than creating a new account?

I have a bunch of accounts which I haven't previously saved using Lockwise, but I want to now. Is there a way to autofill new passwords when I change the passwords of the… (funda kabanzi)

I have a bunch of accounts which I haven't previously saved using Lockwise, but I want to now. Is there a way to autofill new passwords when I change the passwords of the accounts, and save the logins to Lockwise?

For example, say I have a Twitter account with password abcde and the login is not yet saved to Firefox, I want to be able to click on "change password" and change my password and save this new password (an auto-fill one if possible) to Lockwise.

Asked by michael213 9 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 9 izinyanga ezidlule

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Importing login and password data from other password management software to Lockwise

Hello. How can I import login and password data from other password management software to Lockwise?? I want to migrate and my current software was able to export data to… (funda kabanzi)

Hello.

How can I import login and password data from other password management software to Lockwise?? I want to migrate and my current software was able to export data to csv file, but I can't find option in Lockwise to import it.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Greetings!!

Asked by kravietz81 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 8 izinyanga ezidlule

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lost all logins on firefox desktop

I have lost all my stored logins on firefox on my desktop, but firefox lockwise on my android still has all the login info. Is there a way to transfer the saved login in… (funda kabanzi)

I have lost all my stored logins on firefox on my desktop, but firefox lockwise on my android still has all the login info. Is there a way to transfer the saved login info on my android back to my desktop? Thanks in advance for your help.

Asked by midwaybookingllc 8 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by cor-el 8 izinyanga ezidlule