Hello! I know my question is simple, but I'm a "newbie", so be nice. haha Simple background: I own a Macbook Pro that runs Snow Leopard (Version 10.6.8). Everything runs fine, I'm just in need of a little "how-to." Basically, I use the keychain feature heavily (especially the "login" keychain), so whenever friends or family use my computer I get a little nervous knowing they have access to all of my passwords -- especially since I have them set to autofill for literally everything (which is how I like it for myself). I'm aware that keychains are lockable, so I lock the "login" keychain whenever I let someone borrow my computer. But as soon as a website requiring login is visited, they always get a pop-up message reading, "[Insert Web Browser] wants to use the "login" keychain," and asking for the password to UNLOCK the keychain again. This message won't go away until I enter the password, defeating the purpose of locking the keychain in the first place. How do I fix that? I know that there are alternative solutions to the problem of privacy while lending out your computer, like a Guest account, but I don't feel that's necessary when my laptop is being borrowed for 5 minutes at a time. P.S. I'm in high school with teenaged friends, so this is a legitimate concern. Wouldn't want any monkey business on Facebook... LOL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUMMARY (skip the spiel above if you must ) How do I get rid of the "[Insert Web Browser] wants to use the "login" keychain" message while keeping the login keychain LOCKED?