Please note that I've looked what similar questions have been addressed, but all I found was partial discussions.
My concerns is about web browser, password managers, cookies and sessions.
My goal is to make for someone impossible to log any of my websites while keeping things easy.
- Password Manager
The first thing to start is a password manager in order to have secure passwords and a master password to rule them all. It's a good thing. But not enough. The thing is, cookies are stored to keep users sign in.
- Session/Cookies manager
What I would like now is to be able to "log in" my browser as I would do in an OS. If someone access my browser he can use it, but not my account. If I enter a master password I'm suddenly connected to everything. This include password manager and not sharing cookies/not staying connected unless you proved your identity.
What I tried: I tried LastPass 4.0 which looks cool. I made it logout when the browser I closed so that one could not log anywhere using my browser without the master key.
As I said the problem comes with cookies. Accounts like Google just keeps logging automatically, so it somehow bypass the password manager.
The perfect thing would be a LastPass that encrypts (or store elswhere) its cookies.
Anyone knows what could do it? Can't find extensions fitting my needs.