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  1. Mozilla releases Firefox Lockwise (formerly Lockbox) add-on Remember Firefox Lockbox, a password management solution designed to improve the built-in Firefox password manager? The service is still in active development but it is now called Firefox Lockwise instead. Mozilla launched an alpha of Firefox Lockbox back in December 2017 as a Firefox add-on to test and improve password management and online security. The organization released the Lockbox application for iOS in July 2018, and we took a first look at the Android Lockbox app in 2019 when it was released officially. Firefox Lockwise Firefox Lockwise is a password management solution that is available for iOS and Android devices, and now also as a Firefox add-on. The Firefox web browser includes a password manager and users may use it to sync passwords between Firefox installations so that the passwords can be used in all Firefox installations. Firefox Lockwise is an experimental solution that brings Firefox passwords to Android and iOS devices. The system uses Firefox Sync and requires a Firefox Account because of that. The core differences between syncing Firefox passwords between Firefox installations on the desktop and on mobile, and Firefox Lockwise are that Lockwise supports global auto-fill of passwords on the mobile device, and that it comes without any editing options. If things go well, Firefox Lockwise could replace the current password management solution that is built-in to the Firefox browser. For now, it is available as an extra that Firefox users need to install to use. Please note that Lockwise does not work if a master password is set currently. The Lockwise add-on for Firefox replaces the built-in password manager when you install it. When you launch the password manager in Firefox, you get the Lockwise interface instead of the classic interface. The add-on adds an icon to the main Firefox toolbar that you may interact with. The frontend supports two main features currently: It highlights if logins are available for the active site so that you may use these to sign in. It features a search to find passwords. You may copy username and password using the interface. The password management options provide more options than the mobile Lockwise applications. You may use the interface to find, delete, copy, create, and edit passwords. All existing passwords are listed on the left; Lockwise picks up any passwords currently stored by Firefox automatically provided that a master password has not been set. You may select any of these and edit or delete the data set. Other options include launching the linked web address, or copying the username or password to the clipboard of the operating system. Passwords can only be typed manually, there is no option to generate a password based on certain parameters such as length or charset. One difference to the built-in password manager is that Lockwise does not support any import options at the time. Closing Words Lockwise may replace the built-in password manager of the Firefox web browser eventually. For now, it is an option that users may install on their devices. Its main advantage right now is that it adds auto-fill on mobile devices that works system-wide, the disadvantage that it does not support master passwords or imports. Source: Mozilla releases Firefox Lockwise (formerly Lockbox) add-on (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  2. Mozilla engineers have started work on a project named Lockbox that they describe as "a work-in-progress extension [...] to improve upon Firefox's built-in password management." Mozilla released the new extension for employee-use only at first, but users can install it by going to this or this links. Lockbox revamps Firefox's antiquated password management utility with a new user interface (UI). A new Firefox UI button is also included, in case users want to add a shortcut in their browser's main interface to open Lockbox without going through all the menu options. Support for a master password is included, helping users secure their passwords from unauthorized access by co-workers, family members, or others. There are no public plans on Lockbox's future at the moment, but Mozilla will most likely ship it with Test Pilot for some user testing before deciding if to deploy it in the stable branch. Firefox Test Pilot is a Firefox add-on that allows users to install, test, and vote on experimental features that may be added to Firefox in the future. Mozilla has tested several other Firefox features inside Test Pilot before [1, 2]. For example, Firefox's new built-in page screenshot utility — launched through Firefox 55 and 56 — was also tested via Test Pilot. At the moment, Mozilla engineers say Lockbox has only been tested on Firefox 57 and above and that installing on Firefox 56 or lower may not function at all. Also, there's no way to reset the Lockbox master password (at the moment). Source
  3. Released: 08-May-2014Supported OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8x64 Support: Yes!License: FreeKeep your private files in a password protected folder My Lockbox™ enables you to hide, lock and password protect almost any folder on your computer. You can use My Lockbox to hide your private data from prying eyes - your files will be not accessible both from local and remote users. Features and benefits Extremely easy in use;Clear and convenient user interface available in more than 10 different languages;Hotkey combinations for basic actions;Instant data protection with no limits on size of the protected data;Password protection for locked data and program uninstall;Free edition protects one folder with unlimited number of subfolders. Professional edition protects unlimited number of folders;Supports all modern Windows operating systems (XP, Vista, 7 and 8 including 64-bit editions;Instant and safe online password recovery;Almost any folder on your computer can be password protected;Prevents you from locking system-critical folders, e.g. C:\Windows;Trusted processes feature lets backup, antivirus or similar software to backup or scan your protected folder;Protects folders even in Windows safe mode;Renaming upper-level folder would not reveal protected files;Modern skinned user interface;Freeware. ** Can be upgraded to My Lockbox Professional edition which enables you to protect any number of folders. Website Release Notes Download Free Edition
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