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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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2.11 Managing Passwords

When you enter a password in a KDE application for the first time (in KMail or Konqueror, for example), you are asked if you want to store the password in an encrypted wallet. If you click Yes, KWallet wizard starts by default. KWallet is a password management tool that can collect all passwords and store them in an encrypted file. For more information on how to configure and use KWallet, refer to Section 7.0, Managing Passwords with KWallet Manager.

Whereas KWallet is designed to centrally manage passwords for several KDE applications, Firefox also offers the ability to store data when you enter a username and a password on a Web site. If you accept by clicking Remember, the password will be stored on your hard disk in an encrypted format. Next time you access this site, Firefox will automatically fill in the login data.

To review or manage your passwords in Firefox, click Edit > Preferences > Security > Saved Passwords....

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