Mozilla’s Firefox Lockbox App To Store Passwords Now On Android

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Recently an app was launched named “Mozilla’s Firefox Lockbox” which is now available for Android users.

This is a password manager app which is used to secure our passwords which are already stored in Mozilla Firefox . With 256-bit end-to-end encryption, the Lockbox app allows users to retrieve his or her passwords with ease.

It supports autocomplete feature and by using this we can automatically login and make our process shorter.

In addition to this, the Firefox Lockbox app can be accessed via facial recognition or fingerprint scanning, depending upon whichever is supported by the smartphone.And now this app is available on the Google PlayStore to download.

One advantage of the app is that users can delete the sent items after a set period of time and the auto-delete option is used to remove data once the receiver gets the files to maintain privacy.

But the only disadvantage with this app is,user cannot modify the passwords or delete the existing one’s.

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