Why is there no Master Password to protect the saved logins in Brave? A thief who steals a computer with Brave installed will now have access to ANY site that the owner needed to entered a login. Both the login username AND the password are both visible in CLEAR TEXT! If you need a reason for a security update, this one should be at the top of anyone’s list.
+1 . after 15 years using firefox, I badly need that, the master password became a necessary piece of my passwords security !
+1. Just waiting for this feature before migrating from firefox to brave…
Don’t wait… Even without this, Brave is infinitely better than FF. With FF, if I had 20 or more pages open, it would completely dominate all available computer memory and resources - enough so, that I would be forced to restart my system. With Brave, my Process Explorer graph hardly makes a blip even right now, when I have 59 pages open.
I’m waiting as well
+1 Should have been there ever since
Agree! This is an important feature and will delay my use of the Brave browser. Hope its in the works.
I have specifically joined the Brave community because I too am concerned about this. For the reasons SLK001 adumbrates, a master password really can’t happen soon enough. Please give urgent attention to this matter…
Please give Urgent attention to this matter, Master password badly need.
+1 for master pasword.
+1 please. We need to be sure that stored passwords are safe. Until that, i continue to use Lastpass.
Still want this, i hope Brave will Respond to this
I just migrated to Brave and having no chance of securing the login credentials is a big drawback. I would also like many others here prefer to have a master password or something similar.
Well…having waited in vain since January for Mr. Eich to accede in person and without delay to my request for a master password, I decided that I like Brave so much I’d purchase a Password Manager to use with my new favourite browser; and so I have! (I know! Hold the front page of the New York Times! Limey gets wallet out of pocket!!) Now everything’s secure and ticketty-boo, as we say in these parts…
Keep up the good work.