How to find your own password on Firefox

LOL, last night, I panic because I set up one WordPress on my own on a different server. It is not with the ones managed by Bryan. Normally, he does the WordPress set-up for me. But that one time, I did it on my own. I did not notice that the email generated by my webhost is not my regular email but some emails that doesn’t exist. Therefore, I didn’t get an email notification of the password. And I do not know how to manage the cpanel and mySQL database.

So, I frantically wrote to Bluehost and asked if they can help me but they couldn’t. Therefore, I had to sit there and guess till I got my login name and password eventually. Normally, I can find the passwords I stored in my Firefox browser but that was a new one so it wasn’t stored yet.

If you do not already know, Firefox does store our passwords that we choose to ‘Remember Site’. To all the noobs like me, here’s how to access your passwords stored. Follow the red arrows.

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So, ladies, faster go check if your hubby stores some of those sites he accessed using some ex-girlfriends’ names? Don’t tell anyone I teach you, ok? Whack him, if he does. LOL.

Post Author: lilian

3 thoughts on “How to find your own password on Firefox


    (July 17, 2007 - 10:15 am)

    Lol, it’s dangerous


    (July 17, 2007 - 2:02 pm)

    Thanks for the tips.. :) I’m a “Forgot Password” heavy users.. Haha..


    (July 17, 2007 - 3:04 pm)

    thanks for the tip..check…clear. :)

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