Defines the security options for saving documents, for web connections, and for opening documents that contain macros.
Security Options and Warnings
Opens the "Security Options and Warnings" dialog.
Passwords for web connections
You can enter a master password to enable easy access to sites that require a user name and password.
Persistently save passwords for web connections
If enabled, LibreOffice will securely store all passwords that you use to access files from web servers. You can retrieve the passwords from the list after you enter the master password.
Protected by a master password (recommended)
Check to enable all connections' passwords to be protected by a master password.
Opens the Enter Master Password dialogue.
Asks for the master password. If master password is correct, shows the Stored Web Connection Information dialogue.
The Stored Web Connection Information dialogue shows a list of web sites and user names that you entered previously. You can select any entry and remove it from the list. You can view the password for the selected entry.
Adjust the security level for executing macros and specify trusted macro authors.
Opens the Macro Security dialog.
Allows you to choose between different installed key store locations to use when signing ODF documents or exporting signed PDF. (Only on systems that use the Network Security Services NSS.)
Opens the Certificate Path dialog.
Allows you to maintain a list of Time Stamping Authority (TSA) URLs. TSAs issue digitally signed timestamps (RFC 3161) that are optionally used during signed PDF export.
Opens the Time Stamping Authority URLs dialog.