5 Password Manager Firefox Plugins

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Here, are 5 free password manager Firefox plugins. Password Managers are the easiest and the most convenient way to remember username and passwords when you have lot of them. It truly becomes very difficult to remember each and every username and password of different web accounts which we use.

Firefox browser makes it easy for you as the adds-on store has multiple password manager plugins to manage your username and password of all your web accounts. We will discuss about LastPass Password Manager; one of the popular password manager for Firefox, RoboForm Lite Password Manager plugin, KeeFox, and more.

LastPass Password Manager:

LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager is a free and one of the most popular plugin for Firefox to manage passwords on Firefox browser. This Firefox plugin is one of the best password manager plugins to save passwords of different accounts. Apart from web accounts passwords, you can also save debit card, credit card, bank account, driver’s license, passport, server info, software license key, Wi-Fi password, and more. After installing the plugin on Firefox, you will see the plugin icon on the right top of the browser. You have to then sign-up or login with your LastPass Password Manager. Save the passwords and other information in your LastPass account and then get access to the info saved anywhere and at any point of time. LastPass Password Manager plugin makes it easy for you to access and manage your passwords and information saved on Firefox browser.

RoboForm Lite Password Manager:

RoboForm Lite

RoboForm Lite Password Manager is a free Firefox plugin to save the passwords of the websites which you access on your Firefox browser. The process performed by the plugin is not automated. You have to manually save the credentials before you login to any of your account on Firefox. This gives you the choice that which account username and password you want to save. All the username and password are protected by a master password you enter. This password manager plugin makes it easy for you to login to any of your saved account in one go. The plugin after saving the credentials fills-up the username and password field according to the account you login on your Firefox browser.

After installing RoboForm Lite Password Manager plugin, you will see the plugin icon on the right top corner of your browser. Sign-up with plugin to get started. Now, access any login page and enter the appropriate username and password of the account you want to access. For e.g., if you want to login to your Facebook account, then enter the username and password of your Facebook account. Before clicking on Sign-in option, click on “Save” option in the plugin installed. Give a name; for e.g., “Facebook” to the username and password which you are saving. Now, whenever you open Facebook URL (www.Facebook.com), the plugin will automatically prompt the passcard name as “Facebook” which you saved. Now click on the passcard name (Facebook) and then click on Fill and Submit or only Fill button. The plugin will automatically  fills the username and password of your Facebook account which you saved. This makes your work easier and faster on Firefox.

Password Tote:

Password Tote

Password Tote is a another free Password manager for Firefox. Password Tote is a simple plugin that starts with a short sign-up. Sign-up with Password Tote and create a master password. With that master password you can secure all other passwords which you use on the web. The plugin will be installed on your Firefox browser and creates an icon on the adds-on bar of the browser. Click on the plugin icon and sign-up or login with your Password Tote account username and password.  Now open the login page of any of your account and enter the username and password of your account. Click on the plugin icon and associate the domain name with Password Tote. Next time whenever you access the same login page, Password Tote will give you the username and password of your login account.

KeeFox:

KeeFox

KeeFox is a free Firefox plugin to save passwords in one single password manager on Firefox. KeeFox is one of the popular plugin in Firefox adds-on store. KeeFox works with KeePass tool for PC. Before installing KeeFox plugin, you need to install KeePass on your PC. With the help of KeePass, KeeFox will work on your Firefox browser. After installing KeePass, you need to set a master password to protect all other passwords with a single master password. Now, whenever you login to any web account on your Firefox browser, the plugin will memorize the username and password of the account. Next time when you access the login page, the plugin will automatically submit the username and password in the credentials field. Before using KeeFox, you need to login with the master password to access all other saved passwords.

Secure Login:

Secure Login is a Firefox add-on to save passwords on Firefox browser. This Firefox add-on works good with simple options to manage passwords on Firefox. After installing the plugin, you  need to head to options menu of the plugin and set them according to your requirements. Now login to any of your user account with the account username and password. You will get a pop-up of “remember password”. Click on “remember password” button and proceed with the account login. Next time whenever you login to the same account, the plugin will identify the webpage or URL and you will see the plugin icon color will be changed to yellow. You can find the plugin icon at the top left of the browser in the form of key shaped icon. Click on the plugin icon to login with your username and password of that particular account. The extension will automatically submit the username and password to login to your account.

Likewise, you can submit the username and password of your multiple user accounts to let the plugin remember them all. This makes your work easier and faster to browse user accounts at one click.

If you find any other good Password Manager plugin for Firefox, then do let us know in comments below.

If you are using Google Chrome browser, then you can check out password manager extensions for Chrome. You can even check out password manager apps for Android.

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Works With: Firefox
Free/Paid: Free