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Do you know that your passwords is easily accessible on your computer if you save your passwords on Firefox?

If you did not know I recommend you make use of Firefox's built-in master password function(Sets a password to view and use the passwords)

To check if your passwords are shown:
Tools-->Options-->Security-->Show Passwords--> Then click on the Show Passwords button and say yes

To set a master password
Tools-->Options-->Security-->Then make sure the box is crossed that's next to "Use a Master password" then a pop-up screen will ask you to type in the password and confirm it

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I've never known that, I always though that cookies or something saved your passwords, I'm not even sure I use firefox, thanks for the notice, I'll check


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