Ok the problem is I have a simple short password for my administrator account for my laptop because I have to input it like a dozen times a day. The problem is with that simple log-in password, you can access all my stored passwords in Safari! There is no option to add a standalone or Master Password only for Safari. But to see my passwords for my iCloud and local accounts in the "Keychain Access" application in Utilities, I can set up a specific hard Keychain Password which I did. On my iPhone 5s, I set up that same hard keychain password to lock my phone since I have touch id, so all my passwords are safe on there. But what if a lot of people use a simple 4 digit passcode or have an iPhone 5 and lower? That means if someone knows your 4 digit code (which is really easy to figure out by just starring at them put it), they can see all your stored passwords on your phone in the Safari settings!!! It seems to be one big flaw Apple missed. So you have some options. On OSX, you can set up a really hard login password so its harder to access saved Safari Passwords, then put auto-login to your laptop so you won't have to put it dozens times a day! But then your files won't be safe :/ On IOS you can use a more complex password instead of the "simple" password. But you will have to input it every time to use your phone which is VERY annoying...Unless you have touch id But that being said, I didn't enable iCloud Keychain on my iPad due to that huge inconvenience. So is there a way to make saved passwords in Safari more secure by using a secondary password? I was also thinking why doesn't Safari just use the Keychain Access password, instead of your login password. It seems to be a simple fix Apple can do if they knew? Please help guys!