One of the most recommended steps to protect account integrity is to use strong passwords, special characters, numbers, etc. The problem with these types of passwords is that, although difficult to guess, it’s hard to remember
Therefore, the only option you can consider is to “learn” to use a password manager like LastPass or the one that Google built for Chrome by default.
In the past, Mozilla has introduced another version of it, Firefox Lockbox, which was renamed Firefox Lockwise
Let Lockwise fill in your passwords
If you are already using password managers you probably know how Lockwise works, but if you are new, it is worth reviewing how it works.
If you download and install Lockwise, you should authorize it to be your auto-complete service. That way, the app will be able to “read” the screen and see which fields you can fill in. Therefore, when you click on the “Password” text box, the app will automatically detect and fill it using credentials stored in the application.
It is a very useful function, although it is known that Firefox Lockwise is in the first version as well it does not always work. However, you can always access the app, copy the username and password manually by pressing the dedicated button and paste both into the application you want to access.
Passwords are 256-bit encrypted and synchronized between devices
Regarding safety, 256-bit encrypted passwords and, to prevent anyone from accessing them, you can protect the app with your fingers or a pin. That way, you and only you will be able to access your information, which greatly enhances the level of security.
As is the custom in Mozilla, Firefox Lockwise is a completely free program which can be downloaded from any Android. While it is true that there are other popular methods, it can be a tool to be considered by all who use Firefox as the default browser on their mobile phone or PC.