It’s the latest example of a technology company trying to reduce users’ blind reliance on passwords.
Now's your chance to help the Firefox-maker plug any holes that may have slipped passed the security team.
The attacks comes as the Tor Project is trying to enhance trust in the anonymity browser.
The browser vulnerabilities were first made public a 20-year-old security researcher who says he first notified Microsoft about the issues 10 months ago.
The main selling point seems to be convenience: Firefox Lockbox is directly tied to whatever an Android user saves all day within their browser.
The second day of Pwn2Own 2019 featured more successful attacks from the "Flouroacetate" team of Amat Cama and Richard Zhu.