Firefox 76 stable version is scheduled to release tomorrow on May 05, with improvements to password manager Lockwise and Picture-in-Picture feature, here is what the new Firefox version has in store for you.
Firefox which alerts when you sign on a breached website has improved password manager Lockwise at about: logins page to warn if you reuse a breached password on another website with a banner at the top about “vulnerable password with a link to navigate to the affected website to change the password.
Here is what warning looks like: “This password has been used on another account that was likely in a data breach. Reusing credentials puts all your accounts at risk Change this password. ”
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Firefox Lockwise can securely generate a password when you sign up on websites, use Firefox’s built-in password generation feature to create strong passwords.
If you’re using a shared device, to prevent others from seeing your passwords, Firefox on Windows and Mac now prompts to enter the Operating System password from about: logins page to see or change the password, you won’t receive the prompt if you’ve set a master password in Firefox browser.
Picture -in-Picture window when double-clicked now goes to fullscreen, you can exit the fullscreen by double-clicking again, Chrome doesn’t offer fullscreen for Picture-in-Picture in its browser.