Not supported any more! This addon heavily relies on legacy features, which will no longer be supported by Firefox 57+ and there doesn't seem to be a way to port the functionality to WebExtensions. There is a final, untested build which might still work with Firefox 56.
The following firefox forks are known to still work with this plugin:
The implementation is not complete and probably never will be. It is not possible to disable password saving for single domains.
Because pass-manager replaces the default password storage backend, it is compatible with plugins like Password Exporter.
- Install Password Exporter
- Export saved passwords
- Optionally delete all saved passwords
- Install pass-manager
- Import saved passwords
Switching back to the integrated storage engine works the other way around.
There are some options exposed via the
about:config interface. The scope
extensions.passmanager.*. For people using a command line password
manager, this should be sufficient :-)
Passwords are stored in the subfolder
by default. All other files in the three
mozilla/PRODUCT/DOMAIN/ will be
The field mapping can be configured via about:config. By enabling the
httpRealm fields will
be autocompleted with the values firefox expects. So the only required field
for a username/password login is
username. An entry like this would match
all protocols and forms for
DOMAIN on any port.
For password only logins, no additional fields are required.