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Great tool! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
One thing to be aware of is that the XML specs (1.0 and 1.1) prohibit "xml" as an element or attribute name. I'd rename it "export" or just have "entries" as your root.
Хорошее и нужное дополнение Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Учитывая как Firefox чудит с сохранением паролей (в каждой новой ревизии перестаёт лиса видеть сохранённые пароли), Password Explorer позволяет сделать бекап и нормальный перенос в последующие релизы...
Creates .XML file which is unusable Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Yes, it creates a file and stores in windows but with .xml file extension...then the xml editor program comes up with a requirement to us "schema" which I have never heard of let alone how to use..these guys need to collaborate to create a simple "upgrade-like" setup that simple folks can use?
Great, but suffers some security features Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great extension. CSV is unavailable on my Linux Mint sandbox (only XML is shown). And I guess it should ask for Master Password (if it is set) on every export or import attempt. Moreover would be gorgeous to have CLI version of this extension/utility to run scheduled backups!
It works on Firefox Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It works exactly as described on Firefox. I wish I could have it on Seamonkey though as I am switching browsers.
Does not work at all Rated 1 out of 5 stars
The drop-down for picking XML or CSV is blank If appears that you can export an XML file, but what it actually makes is an XML file zero bytes long, just a file name with no data.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Passwords, WinXP to Linux Mint, a breeze Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thanks Justin and Jorge - I was looking for a way to get my FF passwords into a new installation of Linux Mint (on a different computer), found this, and installed it on each. I exported the passwords as XML, obfuscated, directly to a flash drive, straight from the Options dialog immediately after installing, then imported them directly from the flash drive to the Linux machine. Couldn't have been easier. Tested it by going to a few sites where I have automatic logins, and it's worked perfectly AFAIK. Shame to uninstall it, but it's not something I need there all the time. However, it doesn't even require a restart, so it's no bother if I needed it again. I didn't want to use Sync and trust the cloud with passwords, and I didn't want to transfer my whole profile, just bits of it. The file on the flash drive can now be deleted, or even destroyed if I was paranoid about it being recovered. Using Firefox 42. Great work, thanks again. Now just need to do the same with my tabs and groups!
Не работает!!!!! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Дерьмо полное! Импорт не работает!!! Спасибо что стоял FEBE, а то бы все пароли в унитаз спустил.
excelente Rated 5 out of 5 stars
bajalo muy bueno
Migrate Password from Mozilla 31 Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I cannot migrate password from M31 to M38...
Maybe I did sothing wrong, but simply exported with PWExporter 1.2.1 in .xml and when I try to import on M38 with version 1.3.1 it stays a loooooooooooong time on import window.
In addition I downloaded from git version 1.2.1 XPI file but I cannot install it on M31 because I receive the message that M31 is not supported...
Doesn't work with Firefox Developer Edition 42.xx Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I Saved Passwords 3 Month Ago, I Reinstall my Windows And Try to Import Password, But It Doesn't Work, It Stucks.
I like Password Exporter Rated 4 out of 5 stars
No other addon export / import readable passwords... I like possibility to export / import own passwords in readable forms,
despite the fact that there are security risks.(It is my responsibility)
I hope that Password Exporter will be redesigned for Mozilla Electrolysis project ("e10s"). There is no substitute for Password Exporter and when newer FF stop support old addons, then password's can not be exported...
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Doesn't work on Elance.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works as expected
Работает, но кое-как Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Сделать то, что нужно с помощью этого расширения всё-таки можно, но на вид всё сырое и недоделанное:
1. Пропали кнопки в окне "Настройки", теперь добраться до них можно только через страницу дополнений, кнопка Настройки на Password exporter
2. Если есть мастер-пароль, то отказывается экспортировать
3. Шифрование файла экспорта не надёжное
4. При экспорте/импорте в XML вылетает с ошибкой, надо пользоваться только CSV
Вобщем в отсутствии аналогов это единственное расширение подобного рода, но его ещё надо допиливать!
Good But One Problem Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great password exporter/importer. But one problem is that it will add "25" "26" to your password if you have a symbol "%" in your password. Glad I found that out in Notepad++ so managed to change them.
Review on use with Firefox 38.0.6 Rated 2 out of 5 stars
My review/comments on the missing button under Options > Security > Passwords (using no-tab options menu) was removed. Why? I have used this add-on for years and it's quite useful. But it has to work.
No button in Options with Waterfox 38.0 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I am a long time Password Exporter user.
In Waterfox 38.0 there is not showed the button from Options > Security.
Problem in Firefox 38.0.1 and Module version 1.3 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Thanks, Everything's fine with your 1.3.1This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Export bug if your passwords have symbols Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Found this while exporting passwords to be imported in 1password.
If the password contains signs such as %, $, & and things alike the exported will contain the decimal ASCII for that character, so % becomes %25
Overall, it's pretty good. I like this addon.