Firefox accounts has been renamed Mozilla accounts since it's now used by various products and services to authenticate and manage accounts.
How to choose a strong password for your Mozilla account.
Use a Mozilla account to sync your bookmarks, history, passwords, add-ons and open tabs with another device, profile or version of Firefox.
How to change your Mozilla account password if you detect strange activity on your account.
Learn how to select what information (bookmarks, add-ons, browsing history and other data) to share across your devices with Firefox Sync.
How to enable sync on Firefox for Android to sync your bookmarks, credit cards, history, logins and open tabs across your devices.
Learn how Firefox securely saves your passwords.
Learn how to turn off Firefox Sync if you’d like to use your Mozilla account without syncing data such as, bookmarks, history and tabs.
Pair Firefox for iOS with Firefox desktop and Android to sync your bookmarks, logins and other browsing information across devices.
Disconnect a device from your Mozilla account and stop syncing its data.
The Mozilla account toolbar icon tells you when you are signed in and syncing Firefox data. You can personalize it with your own avatar.
Firefox Sync encrypts your data before it ever leaves your device, and ensures that the password to unlock this encryption is never transmitted to the server.
How to sign out of your Mozilla account and remove your synced data from a device.
This article describes what you should do to prevent someone from accessing your passwords on a lost device with Firefox Sync.
How to protect yourself if suspicious activity is detected on your Mozilla account.
What to do if you have two-factor authentication (2FA) setup on your account and need to migrate to a new device or phone.