It’s no secret that Mozilla is trying to distinguish itself from its competitors by focusing heavily on privacy and security. The latest salvo in that effort is Firefox Lockbox for Android, which promises to securely and privately store passwords, while ensuring people remain logged in to their favorite apps and services. But does the world need another password manager? Maybe. What Firefox Lockbox does well compared to other password managers is the initial setup process, which is designed to be as painless as possible. Once you’ve installed the app, it automatically copies over your passwords from Firefox, saving you time…

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Mozilla just launched an Android password manager
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