Tb 78 release

Richard Marti richard.marti at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 08:10:44 UTC 2020

It only appears when you want to show the saved passwords and when you
want to set the master password.

Not on TB start with master password set, nor when you change or delete
the master password. Also not when you want to show the saved passwords
with the master password set. In all this cases there is already the
protection through the master password.

And yes, it uses the method you've set in Windows or Mac, PIN, password,
fingerprint etc.

Linux doesn't use this because there are issues to enable it.


On 18.07.2020 09:54, Axel Grude wrote:
> Dear Wayne Mery,
> question: surely this only happens if a master password is in place? I
> have turned off all passwords in my Thunderbird  password manager,
> because as far as I can see if you are on my computer you are either a
> burglar or I have invited you in. There is a one key "lock" function
> in Windows for a reason.
> Axel
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