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How to Password Protect Bookmarks in Firefox

Do you have any website in your bookmark list that you don’t want to share with other whom using your computer? There may be. If you’re a Firefox user, there is a tiny add-on called Link Password, which helps you to password protect individual bookmarks or links.

It is very simple to use. After installing the add-on, open bookmark. Right click on a bookmark link or folder and then choose ‘Encrypt this link’. It’ll ask you to input password.

Enter a password and click Ok to save the settings. If you want to rename the bookmark, don’t forget to check the box against ‘Rename link’.

Now, whenever a user clicks this encrypted bookmark link, it’ll ask to enter password. Link Password can be downloaded at Mozilla add-on repository.


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