Managing website passwords is always a challenge. Using a dedicated password manager can be helpful. However, if you use Firefox on your PC and mobile devices, you can also access a feature called Firefox Lockbox. They are stored in Firefox and log on to websites on an iOS or Android device.
Sounds good, but are your passwords protected, and if so, how? Firefox maker Mozilla states that it uses various encryption methods to protect your stored passwords. Based on a tamper-proof block encryption technology called the AES-256-GCM, the browser uses the onepw protocol to log in to Firefox accounts and retrieve encryption keys. Firefox also uses PBKDF2 and HKDF with SHA-256 to create the encryption key from the username and password of your Firefox account.
How to set up and use the Firefox lockbox.