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How to launch Firefox with a password to access normal tab and no password in private tab ?

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I have a machine that i lend to people for quick access to their emails, social media and such. I'm looking for a way to make firefox ask for a "master password" to open normal tabs but no password at all when using private tabs. This way my accounts will be protected and people will still be able to use firefox and just close it when they're done.

I have a machine that i lend to people for quick access to their emails, social media and such. I'm looking for a way to make firefox ask for a "master password" to open normal tabs but no password at all when using private tabs. This way my accounts will be protected and people will still be able to use firefox and just close it when they're done.
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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:72.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/72.0

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FredMcD
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The only 'password' option is the Master Password for the Bookmarks Manager.

I suggest: On the computer, create a 'guest' account with no password. Any profile created on the guest account will not share anything with your own profile. Any time you let others use the computer, have them use the guest account.

The only 'password' option is the Master Password for the Bookmarks Manager. I suggest: On the computer, create a 'guest' account with no password. Any profile created on the guest account will not share anything with your own profile. Any time you let others use the computer, have them use the guest account.
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