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. For example, passwords for accessing WebDAV or FTP servers are stored permanently if you enter a master password when prompted. Otherwise, they are only stored for the current session.
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 encyclopedia.
Has no direct relation to your personal data, e.g., date of birth or car plate.
Type a master password to prevent unauthorized users from accessing stored passwords.
Re-enter the master password.