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How to Download Passwords from Safari




If you use Safari as your web browser on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad, you probably know that it has a built-in password manager that can store your website usernames and passwords securely. This feature is very convenient as it allows you to sign in to your online accounts quickly and easily without having to remember or type your passwords every time.


But did you know that you can also download your passwords from Safari? This can be useful if you want to backup your passwords, transfer them to another device or browser, or check them for any security issues. In this article, we will show you how to export, import, view, and manage your passwords in Safari on Mac. Let's get started!




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How to Export Passwords from Safari on Mac




If you want to download your passwords from Safari on Mac, you need to export them to a CSV file. A CSV file is a plain text file that contains comma-separated values. It can be opened by various applications, such as Excel, Numbers, or TextEdit. However, be careful when handling this file as it is not encrypted and anyone who can access it can see your passwords. Here are the steps to export your passwords from Safari on Mac:


Step 1: Open Safari Preferences and Passwords Tab




First, you need to open the preferences menu in Safari. You can do this by clicking on the Safari menu at the top left corner of your screen and choosing Preferences. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Command + Comma.


Next, you need to click on the Passwords tab at the top of the preferences window. This will show you a list of all your saved passwords in Safari. You may need to sign in with Touch ID or your user account password to access this tab.


Step 2: Click Export Passwords and Confirm




Once you are in the Passwords tab, you will see a button at the bottom right corner that says Export Passwords. Click on this button and you will see a warning message that says "Exporting your passwords will allow anyone who can read this file access all of your passwords. Are you sure you want to continue?" Click on Export Passwords again to confirm and proceed.


Step 3: Choose a Name and Location for the CSV File and Save




After you confirm the export, you will see a dialog box that asks you to choose a name and location for the CSV file. You can name it anything you want, but make sure it has the .csv extension. You can also choose where to save the file, such as your desktop, documents, or downloads folder. However, we recommend choosing a secure location that only you can access, such as an external drive or a cloud service. Once you have chosen a name and location, click on Save and your passwords will be exported to the CSV file.


How to Import Passwords to Safari on Mac




If you want to upload your passwords to Safari on Mac, you need to import them from a CSV file. This can be useful if you want to transfer your passwords from another device or browser, or restore them from a backup. Here are the steps to import your passwords to Safari on Mac:


Step 1: Open Safari Preferences and Passwords Tab




First, you need to open the preferences menu in Safari. You can do this by clicking on the Safari menu at the top left corner of your screen and choosing Preferences. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Command + Comma.


Next, you need to click on the Passwords tab at the top of the preferences window. This will show you a list of all your saved passwords in Safari. You may need to sign in with Touch ID or your user account password to access this tab.


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Step 2: Click Import Passwords and Select the CSV File




Once you are in the Passwords tab, you will see a button at the bottom right corner that says Import Passwords. Click on this button and you will see a dialog box that asks you to select the CSV file that contains your passwords. You can browse your folders or use the search function to find the file. Once you have selected the file, click on Open and you will see another dialog box that asks you to enter your login password for Mac. This is required to authorize the import process.


Step 3: Review and Resolve Any Conflicts or Duplicates




After you enter your login password, Safari will start importing your passwords from the CSV file. You will see a progress bar that shows how many passwords have been imported so far. When the import is complete, you will see a message that says "Passwords imported successfully". However, if there are any conflicts or duplicates between your existing passwords and the imported ones, you will see a message that says "Some passwords could not be imported". In this case, you need to review and resolve these issues manually.


To do this, click on Show Details and you will see a list of all the passwords that have conflicts or duplicates. You can choose which passwords to keep or overwrite by clicking on the radio buttons next to each password. You can also select all or none by clicking on the checkboxes at the top of the list. Once you have made your choices, click on Import Selected and your passwords will be updated accordingly.


How to View and Manage Passwords in Safari on Mac




Now that you know how to download and upload your passwords in Safari on Mac, you may also want to know how to view and manage them. Here are some tips on how to do that:


How to View Saved Passwords and Passkeys in Safari




If you want to view the details of your saved passwords and passkeys in Safari, you can do so by opening the preferences menu and clicking on the Passwords tab as explained before. You will see a list of all your saved passwords and passkeys in Safari, along with their website names, usernames, and icons. You can sort this list by clicking on any of these columns.


If you want to see the actual password or passkey for any entry, you can click on it and it will show up in plain text under Password or Passkey. However, you may need to sign in with Touch ID or your user account password first.


How to Edit or Delete Saved Passwords in Safari




If you want to edit or delete any of your saved passwords in Safari, you can do so by clicking on the entry that you want to modify and then clicking on Edit or Delete Password at the bottom of the window. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Command + E or Command + Delete respectively.


If you click on Edit Password, you will be able to change the website name, username, or password for that entry. Make sure to click on Save Password to confirm your changes. If you click on Delete Password, you will be asked to confirm your action by clicking on Delete Password again.


How to Use Autofill and Strong Password Suggestions in Safari




If you want to make your online experience more convenient and secure, you can use the Autofill and strong password suggestions features in Safari. Autofill allows you to fill in your previously saved usernames and passwords in Safari automatically, without having to type them every time. Strong password suggestions help you create secure passwords for your new accounts, without having to think of them yourself.


To use Autofill, you need to enable it in the preferences menu. Click on the Autofill tab and check the box next to User names and passwords. You can also choose which credit cards and contact information to autofill by clicking on Edit next to each option. Once you have enabled Autofill, Safari will fill in your saved usernames and passwords whenever you visit a website that requires them. You can also click on the key icon in the address bar to see a list of your saved passwords and choose which one to use.


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