Firefox 93 brings big password upgrades to Android

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Firefox 93 brings big password upgrades to Android

Now, Mozilla placarded several new security features for Firefox on Android. These new features are centered around watchwords and keeping your polychrome online personalities secure. What’s particularly fascinating about these features is that they offer some degree of cross-app functionality, allowing you to do paraphernalia like penetrating your stored watchwords outside of the Firefox cybernaut itself.

The timing of this notice isn’t helter-skelter either, as now kicks off Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Mozilla’s last blog post begins with training on which watchwords aren’t considered safe, with the question now being superhero watchwords. So, if you were supposing of using “Superman” or “Batman” or, yea, any of their secret personalities as your following watchword, possibly reexplore that decision because those watchwords have made multiple appearances in offended datasets.

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Indeed, unique watchwords are where it’s at, and all three of Firefox’s new security features on Android are centered around making those unique watchwords freely accessible. Firefox on Android will soon offer cross-app functionality that allows you to store login information for accounts created in other apps. Those watchwords will either be accessible through both the desktop and mobile interpretations of Firefox.

In addition, Android druggies will be equal to autofill login information with the usernames and watchwords stored in Firefox, which potentially eliminates the need for a watchword director as long as you keep your Firefox watchwords up-to-date. Ultimately, Firefox will allow druggies to release their watchwords with biometrics, whether those are feature or face goings-over.

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You can read further about these new security features over on the Mozilla blog. Look for all of them to land with Firefox 93 on Android, releasing on Tuesday, October 5th.