The Keychain Services Integration add-on basically lets you store your Firefox website usernames and passwords by using the Apple's Keychain Services.
This feature was inspired from the one available in Safari and other similar browsers compatible with Mac OS X.
After installing the Keychain Services Integration add-on you will have the option to use the same stored logins in any browser that uses Keychain.
Keychain Services Integration also allows you to take advantage of the security features provided in the Keychain Services such as auto-locking when the screensaver is activated, etc.
Please note that after installing the Keychain Services Integration extension, you may see more prompts asking you to grant access to your Keychain. To reduce
the amount of prompts, there is an "Always allow" option in these dialogs, but this is specific to each set of credentials.
Also, any time your keychain gets locked (for example, when your screen saver activates), you will need to unlock it again to use the credentials stored within.
Keychain Services Integration is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
· Firefox 4.0b9 and later
· Thunderbird 9.0 and later
· SeaMonkey 2.11 and later
· Keychain Service
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fix a bug causing an import prompt on every startup for new installations.