Saved Password Editor is a free Firefox add-on that allows users to, as the name suggests, edit passwords saved in Firefox. This free application is simple to use with an easily navigated interface. A password saving editor is something that the folks who designed Firefox forgot or didn’t think to add, to the browser’s tool kit. The program extends the “saved passwords” window which, in turn, lets the user create a new password, edit or clone an existing one.
How to Edit Saved Passwords in Firefox:
- Download and install the program. It’ll take less then two minutes.
- Open the program from your Firefox tools menu.
- The first window you will see gives you a list of websites and the passwords for each that are stored on your computer.
- Clicking on “Show Passwords” takes you to another window which provides you with more information. From this window you can also add a new password by clicking on “New”
- In the box that appears, fill in the necessary details and click “OK”.
- You will now find the website address and your new password in the list.
The above six steps are all that is required to be able to edit, delete or rename your passwords.
Saved Password Editor is the perfect application for when you visit websites that prevent visitors saving their passwords by default. With this simple to use free program, users are able to access these types of websites quickly without any fuss.
Whenever you visit a website that asks you to supply or create a password; click on the Firefox tools menu and open Saved password Editor then enter the relative information. It is a good idea to have KeyScrambler on your system.
This free password saving editor also allows users to select the account type for which you wish to save your log-in information. These accounts may be Web Forums, HTTP, authenticated accounts and so on. As mentioned above, having some sort of password editor or password saver is a very useful application and should you download it to your system, no doubt you’ll use it frequently. Download free here.