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What happened to the Exit option?
In the previous version, I could pull down the Firefox bar and click Exit. That closed Firefox, and any later relaunch required the master password to access my memorized passwords,.
In the new version, I tried pulling down the 3-bar Menu button on the right-side of the Navigation Bar, and clicking on the Exit icon. That does not trigger a complete "exit." When I re-launch, all of my memorized passwords are still available, without the entry of the master password.
This is a security problem. I cant use Firefox if I can't protect my passwords.
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- Click the ≡ Menu Button and choose Options.
- Click the Privacy icon.
- Select "Firefox will: Use custom settings for history".
- Check the "Clear history when Firefox closes" box.
- Click the Settings button.
- Check "Active Logins" and uncheck everything you don't want to clear.
Details like websites remembering you (log you in automatically) are stored in a cookie.
Are you reopening those pages automatically via "Show my windows and tabs from last time"?
If that is the case then it is likely that the involved cookies are stored as part of the session data stored in the sessionstore.js file.
You can let the cookies expire when you close Firefox, but that only works if you log out before closing Firefox.
You can set the browser.sessionstore.privacy_level pref to 2 (never) or 1 (non-HTTPS) on the about:config page to disable saving cookies via session restore in the sessionstore.js file.
The browser.sessionstore.privacy_level_deferred pref is used when you do not reopen the previous session automatically via "Show my windows and tabs from last time" and uses the same values.