Firefox Lockwise: Remember Firefox Lockbox, an internal password management application Designed to improve Firefox's built-in password manager? The service is still being developed, but is now called Firefox Lockwise.
The Mozilla Foundation released an alpha version of Firefox Lockbox in December 2017 as a Firefox add-on to test and improve password management and Internet security.
Firefox Lockwise is a password management application available for devices iOS και Android. From today it is like add-on for Firefox.
The Firefox browser already includes a password manager, and users can use it to sync passwords between different Firefox installations.
Firefox Logwise is an experimental solution that brings Firefox passwords to Android and iOS devices. The system uses Firefox Sync and requires a Firefox account to be able to sync passwords.
The main differences between synchronizing Firefox passwords between different desktop installations and mobile devices with Firefox Lockwise is that Lockwise supports auto-complete passwords on the mobile device and there is no editing capability.
Firefox Logwise could replace the current built-in password management application but is currently only available as a Firefox add-on and needs to be installed.
Be aware that Lockwise will not work if a master password has been set.
The add-on adds an icon to the main Firefox toolbar from which you can open the application.
All existing passwords are listed on the left. Lockwise automatically saves all passwords stored by Firefox, provided a master password is not set.
Lockwise may at some point replace the built-in Firefox browser password manager. For now, though, it adds nothing new except auto-complete.