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  1. http://www.gnucitizen.org/blog/firefox-malware/

    Maybe one should consider putting so much trust in mozilla.org’s servers, and more than that trust all these firefox addons. This article just skims the surface on how easy it is to obfuscate malicious code in jar files, and firefox addons in general. So now lets involve something as important as passwords with this so very secure trusted third party, and also mozilla.org’s server storing all these addons. I mean nobody would attack something as unpopular as mozilla.org, right? Not.

  2. LastPass is the one I use.
    FF passwords are NOT safe anymore.

    Reformat and re-install your OS? Add the lastpass plugin back into FF and login with your identity email address and “Master Password” and your passwords are there for all the sites you saved.
    Got a WinTendo machine at work? Add the lastpass plugin in FF, login with your identity email address and “Master Password” and your passwords are there.
    There are NOT sent in the clear and NOT stored on the Lastpass server.

    Great plugin.

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