Next Firefox update lets you remove all saved Passwords at once

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Firefox Password Manager, Firefox Lockwise about to get even better with next version Firefox 85. Mozilla, for the first time, has added an option to remove all logins saved to Firefox Lockwise. Till now you need to go through the cumbersome practice of removing each login manually, which no longer required from the next Firefox version onwards.

Firefox remove all logins confirmation dialog

The innovated or redesigned Firefox Password Manager, Lockwise already got the ability to

Firefox 85: quickly remove all saved logins from Firefox Lockwise

  1. Launch Firefox browser
  2. Click on the Hamburger menu, select “Logins and Passwords”
  3. Click on the three-dot icon on the top right of the page and select ” Remove All Logins”
    Firefox Lockwise Remove all logins option
  4. When Firefox asks for your confirmation, check “Yes, Remove these logins” and click “Removal All”.

Doing so removes all logins you saved to the browser and breach alerts if any that appear and the action cannot be undone.

So think twice before deleting website usernames and passwords from Firefox Lockwise.

In news related to Passwords, Mozilla has quietly renamed Master Password to Primary Password to address racial concerns.

Firefox 85 is scheduled to arrive on January 26, 2021, without Flash Support.

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