Group reused passwords by passwords

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Group reused passwords by passwords

Group reused passwords by passwords

Please group the entries with reused passwords by the password itself in the PC browser extension, just like what the Security Challenge in the mobile app does. That way I can easily see which sites are reusing the same password that I can ignore or I should change straightaway.


I agree absolutely.

I have numerous sites reported for reused passwords, that used a randomly generated password but are reported for a reused password. My best guess is the site has more than one place where I can enter the password and both got recorded with the PW. If the list could be sorted by PW i can determine best course of action.

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The only way that I was able to see which sites used the same password was to download a CSV file and sort it.  It would be much better if it were possible to click on an option which would display all of the sites using the same password.


+1 Agreed! I have around 158 reused passwords and trying to figure out which ones are duplicate so I can either change one or maybe it's just a duplicate record and delete the duplicate takes forever.

Active Contributor

The implementation could vary (show related accounts where the password is a match, group by password, etc.) but I agree we need an easy way in the Vault to figure out where the password is being reused so we can take action.

New Member

Yeah, totally agree with everyone above!

Active Contributor

This 100%!!!

Active Contributor

This would be great option to discover which distinct domains I need to add into the "Equivalent Domains" table.

Regular Visitor

This would probably not be enough. I am not sure if it is that way, but I assume, if the password is excluded from security checks, it is excluded from all security checks and not only the double used password one. Therefore I suggest a solution which allows to have multiple usernames/URLs or connect the entries to each other like described here:


I support this too.