How to store your emails and passwords privately

If your favorite password happens to be your dog’s name or your birthday, you need FigLeaf. If you’re storing your account details in your web browser, you need FigLeaf. And if you’re reusing the same password over and over again across multiple accounts, you definitely need FigLeaf.

FigLeaf stores your emails and passwords in encrypted format, so they’re unreadable by anyone but you. And it creates hard-to-crack passwords for you, so you can use a different password for every one of your accounts without having to remember anything. It’s way more private than storing your details in your browser, and way easier than having to remember which password you used where. 

Using the FigLeaf extension:

1)   Click the green leaf at the top of your web browser.

2)   Go to Autofill.

3)   Click Create masked email and Create strong password.

4)   Use your masked credentials on any site you want

In the FigLeaf app:

1)   Click Masked emails on the main page.

2)   Hit Create masked email in the upper right corner.

3)   Add a site name to tie your new masked email to a specific site.

4)   Customize an email prefix and turn on forwarding if you want.

5)   Save your masked email and your settings.

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