KDE Wallet password integration for Firefox 2.1 Details
Firefox stores its passwords internaly, optionally protected by a master password. KDE has its own password manager called KWallet. KWallet stores every password in the KDE system, and protects access by a master password. With the KDE Wallet password integration extension you are able to use KWallet instead of the default Firefox password manager. It allows tighter integration of Firefox inside KDE.
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