If you want to export / import them, why do you need to decrypt them first and convert them to .csv format, why can't you immediately use for this operation the original "Login Data" file, locateded in your "User Data" folder. Or why you don't like using a Backup system or an Internet-based automatic backup/restore system. This feature is there only for this, that so you can easily see what passwords you have stored in this file. This way you get a text file and you can more easily edit your passwords later in the password manager. Otherways the passwords are encrypted and You must every time input password or PIN to see them, and also than You can see only one password at time. It's true that some Chromium-based browsers allow you to open and save all your passwords as a .csv file, and then re-encrypt and save that file again or into another computer or browser. Unfortunately, Mirosoft has removed this option, as they say - It's all done at your request and in the interest of your security. - Thanks to the people who love Mirosoft, they do everything exactly as you want! The password is your personal property and it protects Your Personal Data from You very well if you forget your password only You! This only prevents personally You from accessing to Your own personal data. It will not protect you from any hackers.