Its very important set a master password for the Firefox password managerespecially if you share the computer with more people. In this way, you can protect all passwords stored in the browser.
This way, people who use the browser casually will not have access to your passwords. When we set up a master password, it will ask us for this password once per session to access websites for which we have saved access codes.
The first thing we’re going to do is open Mozilla Firefox. Once opened, we will click on the icon with the three horizontal stripes which is located in the upper right corner of the screen. A new menu is displayed and you will have to click on “Username and password”.
In this new tab, we’ll have to click on the icon with the three ellipses in the upper right corner and we’ll select “Options” from the drop-down menu.
Now we go to the “Username and Password” section. We mark the option “Use a master password” by clicking on the box to the left of it.
A small window opens where we can add a main password for the Firefox password manager. Ideally, the “password quality metric” should be green. Remember that it must be absolutely safe.
The next time we visit a site whose login credentials are saved in the browser, it will ask us to enter the master password only once. And as you can see, it’s very easy to set up a master password in Firefox.
Obviously, in order to eliminate a master password, it is essential that we know what it is. So we open Firefox and click on the icon with the three horizontal lines, in the drop-down menu we will go to “Logins and passwords”.
Then we will click on the ellipses that are in the upper right corner, a new menu will appear where we will select “Options”.
Now we’re just going to have to uncheck the box on the left side of “Use master password”. When we click, it will ask us for the master password in order to confirm the change.
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