Hi guys, so in a few months i'll most likely be moving to a dorm at UCLA, though for the time being am located in a dorm-like situation here in China, where I share a home with about 6 other people. I'm sometimes paranoid at the fact that people can easily use my Mac and access all of my passwords and more. Keychain Access is just a Spotlight search away, and FireFox easily holds all passwords as well. (I'm using Safari exclusively now in the hopes it does not retain my PWs) 1Password has been essential to me, with the "agilekeychain" document located in my documents folder..concerning this, i'm wondering if someone was to simply take that file if they could open it just that easily, or if they would still need my 1Password Password. Now, I know the end all answer to all this is to simply set a secure login password, not let anyone use my computer and never leave my MBP laying around...however life isn't that simple. There are many times when my friend wants to use my Mac to check his emails, whilst I'm running out the door and leaving it in his hands. Yes I trust him, but what about if he leaves it out in the dining room table (which he has). Admittedly there are a few characters that are somewhat shady around here. Nevertheless thought it be appropiate to ask how to best secure my Mac from people accessing my passwords... ...in terms of personal files, such as sensitive finance documents, ex-girlfriend photos, etc...I've been using AllSecure, which is nice with the exception that for big files it takes time to bring them out of AllSecure.