Does Mozilla Firefox have a built-in password manager?

Asked 9 months ago
Yes, Mozilla Firefox does have a built-in password manager. This feature is called Lockwise and it securely stores and manages your usernames and passwords. With Lockwise, you can create, manage, and autofill strong, unique passwords for different websites, all within the browser. It syncs across your devices, so you can access your saved passwords on your desktop, laptop, and mobile devices. Lockwise also helps you identify weak or reused passwords, prompting you to update them for stronger security. It's designed with privacy in mind, employing encryption and two-factor authentication for added protection. By using the password manager built into Firefox, you can conveniently and securely manage your online credentials for enhanced peace of mind.
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Answered May 3, 2024

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