View Saved Passwords
zedaardv last edited by
I need to view a passowrd Vivaldi uses to log into a web page.
I've tried looking at settings (vivaldi://settings/passwords) but it shows that the password is never saved for this web-site. That is not true, every time i log into the web page, it is automatically filled in. I need to log in from another compter and need to recover the password. I see the web-site in ~/Library/Application Support/Vivaldi/Default/Login Data. How do i get to see the password.
It is also not stored in KeyChain Access.
While i love vivaldi, my password should never be so hidden from me that i can not view them. This is totaly wrong on so many levels, that i need to work so hard to find it.
zedaardv last edited by
The point is that that is not showing me the save password
the web page is never saved
but when i go to the page and login it fills in the information.
somewhere the information is saved that is not in the password window. there must be a way for me to see it.
@zedaardv Do you actually have any saved passwords? If so, your Login Data file is corrupted. It should be showing them to you in the dialog you illustrated.
@zedaardv If you can't see the password using the Chromium password management UI, there are a few other mechanisms that I can think of that could also store login credentials:
- A password management extension that stores passwords in its own vault
- A link or bookmark to the site specifies the username/password within the URL itself (e.g. http://username:firstname.lastname@example.org/...)
- Your login credentials or an authentication token have been stored either in a cookie or (if you have it installed) using Flash Player's local storage.
You can also try to unmask the password by inspecting the site using the Developer Tools like so:
If yours is a "normal" Vivaldi install, I can't think of anything else at the moment that might be at play.
scrambledhelix last edited by
@zedaardv Thanks for this thread, the most useful thing was learning about the file "~/Library/Application Support/Vivaldi/Default/Login Data".
Turns out it's just an Sqlite database, but it's not clear that mine was corrupted – tried to re-create the db by movie the login data file, and then dumping from it into a new "Login Data" file, but the error -no passwords visible to delete or correct- persisted.
So I simply removed that file and restarted Vivaldi, and although I have to put my passwords in fresh now, at least I can use the password manager correctly and edit badly stored passwords out now.