How Does BullGuard Password Protect Your Browser?

by William Sonalina Bullguard Contact Support UK

BullGuard antivirus has so many features and security tools that provide excellent security to your device against stubborn and powerful viruses and unwanted bugs. The Internet has become more vulnerable to cyber-attack because people commonly don’t use such protection while browsing the internet. This is the reason that BullGuard antivirus is there for you to secure your PC and browsers as well.

If your PC is used by different people, like friends, children, or family members, you may want to consider password protection for your browser to maintain privacy and security. It is simple and we are here with the exact steps through which BullGuard password protects your browser including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.

Password Protection of Browser using BullGuard

You can keep all your browsing activity secure and private and for that, you have to follow a few steps which are given below.


There is a simple installation of extension through which Chrome browser can be password protected

  • This is actually known as Simple Startup Password and to do so, click on the link that appears on the official website and then, install it
  • When you are done with the installation, you have to click on the spanner icon that appears next to the address bar
  • Now, you have to go to the Options and then, go to the Extension Tab
  • Find the Simple Startup Password and then, click on the Options for that extension and then, you have to enter your password

After doing this, whenever you use Chrome there will be a box that will appear and prompts you to “Enter browser startup password”

In Internet Explorer, you have to click on the cog icon that appears in the top-right hand corner

  • You will see a drop-down menu that appears and click on the Tools and then, click on the “Content tab that appears in the box at the top
  • This is the time to enable the Content Advisor and there, you have to click on Ok and enter a Default Supervisor password
  • This is the next step where you have to set the password and to do so, you have to click on the Settings and then, General tab appears in the Content Advisor
  • Mark the second user option that says “the Supervisor password allows you to” and click on Change Password and then, choose a new password

Internet Explorer

  • There will be a rating slider which you can take help of and if you slide it to “None” no website can be opened without a password
  • The content control in Internet Explorer is now protected using passwords. It is worth it to note that you will be asked for the password all the time when you access the content control panel.

Firefox provides the option to set up a master and strong password for entering the stored password which you might have asked it to store for the online accounts or websites which you frequently use. You can stop other people from accessing these stored passwords by using a master password.

  • First of all, go to the Menu bar the three horizontal lines appears in the right-hand corner
  • Click on this and from the drop-down menu, you have to choose Options
  • In the Options window appears on the left-hand side, you will see Privacy and Security
  • This is the time to click on this and then, choose the master password box
  • You have to enter the password in the box that appears on the screen
When you are done with this then, you will be asked to enter the master password when you open Firefox and when you try to enter the stored passwords into the websites In case, if you are stuck with any procedure then, call on BullGuard Helpline Phone Number UK to get in touch with the experts for any assistance. They have experience of dealing with BullGuard-related errors and issues so they will serve you best.

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