telemetry data on sync and master password

Stefan Arentz sarentz at mozilla.com
Thu Sep 25 17:03:45 PDT 2014


On Sep 25, 2014, at 2:02 PM, Chris Karlof <ckarlof at mozilla.com> wrote:

> We put in some telemetry probes to measure master password usage in Nightly. Below are the results in for Fx34.
> 
> Roughly 2% of general users have a master password enabled:
> http://telemetry.mozilla.org/#filter=nightly%2F34%2FMASTER_PASSWORD_ENABLED&aggregates=multiselect-all!Submissions&evoOver=Builds&locked=true&sanitize=true&renderhistogram=Graph
> 
> Roughly 5% of sync users have a master password enabled:
> http://telemetry.mozilla.org/#filter=nightly%2F34%2FWEAVE_CONFIGURED_MASTER_PASSWORD&aggregates=multiselect-all!Submissions&evoOver=Builds&locked=true&sanitize=true&renderhistogram=Graph

Those numbers seem low.

When I switched to New Sync I was told (by the browser) to remove my Master Password because otherwise my passwords could not be synced.

Did that change?

Maybe a lot of people removed the master password and never turned it back on?

 S.

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