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How to Secure Your Saved Passwords in Mozilla Firefox

How to Secure Your Saved Passwords in Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is probably the most loved browser right now by internet users all around the globe. It has such a great success because of its awesome security features which helps keeping users safe from online threats. Firefox has a great feature to save your login and passwords for websites which you access often e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Yahoo etc. so that you don’t have to enter username/passwords every time you access these websites. These passwords are saved in Firefox’s memory. However, one must make sure to keep the stored passwords safe as well. Here’s a guide on how to secure your website logins and passwords in Firefox:

Step 1: In Mozilla Firefox window, click on Tools in the menu bar and then Options from the drop down menu.

Step 2: In the Options window, navigate to the Security tab and and then check the option “Use a master password”.

Step 3: A new window will open and you can specify a master password and confirm it. Press OK and exit.

Step 4: Your passwords will now be secure and no one can access them. Next time when you press Show saved password, you will be required to enter the master password.


Are you using master password feature in Firefox to keep your password safe and secure?

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