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Show login data from Firefox version 70
1st step:
2nd step:
3rd step:
Display login data with Firefox versions older than 70
Brief instructions: Display login data from Firefox version 70
Brief instructions: Display login data with Firefox versions older than 70

Have you saved passwords in Firefox and would like to have them displayed? We'll explain how to do it..

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If you don't want to remember all your passwords for e-mail inboxes, online shops and social media, you can save them in your browser. This is also possible in Firefox. If you've forgotten a password, that's not so bad: Firefox simply inserts the saved access data. This article explains how you can display a saved password, for example if you need it on another device.

Show login data from Firefox version 70

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the brief instructions .

1st step:

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Open Firefox and click on the burger menu in the upper right corner (three horizontal bars). In the menu that opens, select " Access data and passwords ". Alternatively, you can enter "about: logins" in the address line and press [ Enter ]. A new tab with the Firefox function "Lockwise" opens.

2nd step:

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Here you can see on the left which login details you have saved in Firefox. Select the data you want to view. Your username will be displayed anyway. To display the password , click on the eye symbol next to it .

3rd step:

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The password is displayed. To hide it again , click the eye again ( crossed out ).

Display login data with Firefox versions older than 70

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the brief instructions ..

1st step:

Open Firefox and click on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the upper right corner . In the menu that opens, select " Settings ". A new tab with the settings opens.

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2nd step

In the settings, select " Data protection and security " on the left . Scroll down to the point " Access data and passwords " and click on " Saved access data ... ". A small window will open..

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3rd step:

Here you can see which login details you have saved in Firefox. Now click on " Show passwords ". A security question appears, confirm this with " Yes ". Your saved passwords will now be displayed in clear text.

Brief instructions: Display login data from Firefox version 70

  1. Enter " about: logins " in the address bar and press [ Enter ]. A new tab with Firefox-Lockwise opens.
  2. Select the dates you want to see here. Your user name is displayed and the password is shown as dots. To also display the password, click on the eye symbol next to it .
  3. The password is now displayed. To hide it, click the eye a second time (crossed out).

Brief instructions: Display login data with Firefox versions older than 70

  1. In Firefox click on the burger menu in the upper right corner and select " Settings ". These open in a new tab
  2. In the settings, click on " Data protection and security " on the left . Under " Access data and passwords " click on " Saved access data ... ". A small window will open.
  3. Here you can see the access data that you have saved in Firefox. Click on " Show Passwords ". Confirm the security question with " Yes ". You will now see your saved passwords in plain text.

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