Like the Firefox and Yandex have master password (as primary password) to protect the locally stored passwords? I hope that Brave browser will have this option. Thank you!
Please read the info below. Also, it helps if you search Brave Community for topics as often has been discussed. Reducing duplicate Topics makes it easier for people to find information. Definitely appreciated if you can consider that in the future.
We do have an issue open for this feature request:
I definitely understand the desire for this kind of feature. In fact, a lot of people are using external password managers for that very purpose.
There are two main challenges with implementing such a feature in the browser:
The user experience is tricky to get right. The Firefox equivalent for example has gone through several iterations and has never been something that the design team was happy with as far as I know. There are also some c…
@Saoiray for your excellent explanation. I don’t have much to add, but I want to restate some of the points you have made.
There are two separate things here:
Backing up your crypto wallet and storing the paper copy of the key in a safe place.
Keeping your local passwords safe even when using Brave Sync.
The first point is is to protect against the loss of your funds, should your computer go missing or break down, etc. Of course, this copy of the key must be kept secret because it all…
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