One of the best ways to do this is first permanently enable user ID and password Auto Complete on all websites to do this you can edit the following file this will allow all websites including Windows Live, Nectar and many more that until you do this java script modification can't be auto-saved
Locate the following lines of code (around line 805 -807 in Firefox v3.6.3), and the comment out the lines by adding // (double slash) in front of the lines.
on my Public Sky Drive and save in place of the originalMETHOD 2
Then download and install the Password Exporter XPI
Developed by Firefox Add-ons remember to Obfuscate to increase security and if required WinRAR 3 it to an archive file with a strong password for extra security.
This is a great tip for backing up passwords to copy onto other PC's using Firefox or for complete Firefox browser reinstall it is also a good idea to use a master password set this in the Tools Options Security TAB make sure that you use a strong password as shown below of at least 6 characters.
Another great add-on by Daniel Dawson, not relation, is Saved Passwords XPI
it not only allows you to edit saved passwords by adding an E
dit button it adds the N
ew button to the existing menu
If you click N
ew then it will open another window to enable you to create new passwords for those sites that Firefox doesn't ask on of the following at the top of the browser window;
Here is how it deals with our very own FixYa Login screen via a WebForm
You need to decide whether you want it to Guess from the Current page in the current Tab, use a Web Form, HTTP Authentication OR just a simple username and password for the selected host.
This example is for the SKY Broadband Sagem F@ST Router this is set to HTTP authentication
The Host is the URL that you type to access the Router Panel the HTTP Realm is the type in Brackets for Info only
If you also incorporate the Secure Login XPI