If my laptop got stolen, the thief/recipient could change my Windows password in less than 2 minutes and log into my account. They could then fire up Firefox and have access to all my bookmarks, going through them systematically to see which websites I was still logged into. I want to stop them running Firefox completely. · I do not want to encrypt the whole drive/partion. · I do not want to manually decrypt/encypt selected directories every session. · I do not want to have to log in/out of websites on every single visit. Does anyone know of a way that I can be prompted with a password every time I run Firefox, and have the Firefox directories encrypt again automatically when Firefox is closed? Of course, ideally not just Firefox: other browsers, Skype, MMO games, Spotify, Picassa, Dropbox - any program where you generally maintain a persistent connection to an online webpage/service/account. Perhaps some parental control software could do this kind of thing? Thanks in advance for any ideas.