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I shared this news over at Web Worker Daily earlier today, but thought it worth a mention in case you missed it. Foxmarks, the Firefox extension that synchronizes bookmarks, profiles and more, just hit version 2.5. The latest iteration brings the Secure Password Sync function out […]

FoxmarkssyncingI shared this news over at Web Worker Daily earlier today, but thought it worth a mention in case you missed it. Foxmarks, the Firefox extension that synchronizes bookmarks, profiles and more, just hit version 2.5. The latest iteration brings the Secure Password Sync function out of beta, making it easier to manage passwords on multiple machines on differing platforms. All running Firefox, of course. ;)

Note that if you’re running the latest beta of Firefox 3.1, Foxmarks isn’t a compatible extension. There are ways to get around that (like this one), but it’s worth a mention for those who are running the beta browser just to use the notably faster JavaScript engine. In any case, I’ve got passwords synching between my MacBook Pro and MSI Wind without any issues at this point.

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