Hello to all I thought it would be a good idea to migrate all of my passwords to Safari from Firefox, since I want to start integrating as much as I can to Apple software. Everything was going well, until I changed my Icloud ID Password, which I use to log into my Mac user account. Yes, it gave me the option to log into my user account using my iCloud ID, and I decided to try it. I decided to change my iCloud ID password through my iPhone, which is something I do frequently. Once the password change took effect on my Macbook Air (Early 2015) I received an keychain error on the screen that gave me the option to either cancel, or revert to default. I chose 'cancel.' Next thing I know my safari passwords are all gone. I had just migrated them from Firefox ( in which I never had a problem with ) one by one, and they disappeared! The bad part is, that, as I was adding them to safari, I was deleting them from Firefox. Luckly, I was able to recover most of them from Firefox on my phone. What was supposed to be a simple task, became very complex. Upon doing some research, it seems like the issue is ubiquitous. User's report Safari losing all of their passwords for many different reasons. Currently I have most of them copied in notes and will have to get them back into Safari, but I am afraid if I do, that the same thing will occur again and it's a real PITA. What do you suggest I do to rectify the situation? Should I give Safari another chance, or should I use a different solution like 1password? I liked the idea of using Apple's solution, but I cannot afford for this to happen again. Firefox's saved logins worked seemlessly without a problem, but again, I wanted to try to go everything Apple. Is it a good idea to use my iCloud ID to log into my user account, or should I go back to using a standard password to log in? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.