How to save password in Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla Firefox is an absolute leader among all feature-rich browsers. It offers its users numerous options for profound customization, as well as plenty of settings for more convenient browsing. It enables to store your passwords and usernames for different web-sites securely and completely safely using the specially developed Password Manager. When you visit one of your favorite web-sites again, the browser automatically fills in both password and username, so you are able to log in much more quickly. You can save password in Mozilla Firefox with a detailed manual available below.
How can you easily save password in Mozilla Firefox browser?
The Saved Passwords dialog box shows a list of web-sites, where you have already saved any login information. You are free to look at the saved logins. Note: all the passes are always hidden by default. If you need to view all the passes, just choose Show Passwords.
The data will be now visible as a plain text. Make sure, there are no one behind you to elevate your security.
If you’re going to use the Firefox Password Manager, it is recommended to apply a Master password to your stored data. In case you do not use it, anyone who has an access to your account will be able to view your passes. To start using a master password, just open the Options menu and tick Use a master password check box.
Please note, that there are some websites that do not allow saving any data. In this case, Firefox Password Manager will not be able to save the needed login data.