I stored my passwords in firefox browser in the computer of a company I was doing internship with. I had my login for that computer, so no one could access it. I want to ask that as now I am gone, would anyone be able to access those passwords in that browser? Are browsers login specific?
EDIT: I already know how to crack or see the passwords on firefox for any personal computer, however I was asking it from the perspective of logins, which are person specific in companies. So except me no one else would be able to access that account - not even the administrator I believe, given the policies of a company on security. I just asked the tech people there and the guy said no one else except me would be able to access my browser and its contents, which itself is login specific. Those admins don't know the passwords and they don't have either permission or access to login to other person's account solely on their own. The admin does needs the person's help to log into his account to solve the problems of the account. So I'm assuming my account is kinda abandoned and will eventually reset whenever they format the machine.