Save your passwords in Firefox (Saved Password) on another computer or ... a backup.

If the Google Chrome backup Passwords is solved by simply timing browser with your account Google/gmailon Firefox saving passwords (Saved Password) Is a bit more difficult. Unless you want to use a special tool to backup saved passwords in browser.

Backup Mozilla Firefox Saved Passwords

When we login via Firefox on a system / web site that require user and password (gmail, facebook, yahoo mailEtc.), we ask if we want to save userSite / Email Address si password browser. Saved passwords are visible in Firefox > Options > Security > Saved Password. This data is stored containing the login URL, username and password to the user. If you want to reinstall the operating system or want the data saved in the browser and use them on another calaculator, then you will need to have the files they contain.

In Mozilla Firefox are two files containing data logging. key3.db si signons.sqllite. These two files are saved in the folder created by the browser profile for each user on Windows. Access to existing Firefox profile folder on a PC, go to Windows Explorer % APPDATA% \ Mozilla \ Firefox \ ProfilesAnd if you want to open current profile folder, type in Address Bar in Firefox: about: support and click the button "Open Containing Folder".

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Copy the files key3.db si signons.sqllite.

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In this way you can copy users and passwords stored on another PC installed Mozilla Firefox.

It is good that these files store them in a safe place for anyone who comes into their possession will have access to all your passwords they saved in Firefox.

From my perspective, this is a serious security problem for Mozilla Firefox. Those who use the Save password option, it is recommended to use the option Master Password.

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Save your passwords in Firefox (Saved Password) on another computer or ... a backup.

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