Assign a master password to protect the access to a saved password.
You can save some passwords for the duration of a session, or permanently to a file protected by a master password.
You must enter the master password to access a file or service that is protected by a saved password. You only need to enter the master password once during a session.
You should only use passwords that are hard to find by other persons or programs. A password should follow these rules:
Length of eight or more characters.
Contains a mix of lower-case and upper-case letters, numbers, and special characters.
Cannot be found in any wordbook or encyclopaedia.
Has no direct relation to your personal data, e.g., date of birth or car plate.
Type a master password to prevent unauthorised users from accessing stored passwords.
Re-enter the master password.