Firefox, like any modern browser, stores passwords for ease of sign-in to websites. Instead of having to manually enter passwords each time they are requested, Firefox adds the password itself when needed.
Firefox stores the data in the logins.json file located in the Firefox profile folder.
Users of the application report that the proletterτα ασφαλείας Avast και AVG προκαλούν το συγκεκριμένο problem. It seems that the security programs somehow corrupt the login.json file so that Firefox can read it.
The good news is that passwords still exist and that users affected by this problem can retrieve passwords on their devices.
The bad news is that it is a temporary solution as the files will be destroyed again unless the AVG and Avast antivirus companies update their applications.
To fix the problem, open the internal address: about: support
Click on the "open folder" link (open folder, see the image below) and your profile folder will open.
Quit Firefox. Find a file called logins.json.corrupt in the folder.
Rename the file to logins.json so that Firefox can read it
Start Firefox and you'll see your passwords again.
If you do not want to enter the above process, download the previous version of the browser, remove the one you are using and install it Firefox 67.0.1.
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