Setting a Master Password in Thunderbird (Windows)

Use the following tutorial to enable a Master Password in the Thunderbird email client for Windows. By enabling the Master Password, you are protecting your stored email and website passwords from viral infection. To begin, make sure your Thunderbird application is open.

In the upper left toolbar, click "Tools" then "Options..."
Select the "Security" tab, then click the "Passwords" tab. Check the option next to "Use a master password"
Enter your desired password in the two bottom fields (leave the "Current Password" field as is) and click "OK"
Click "OK" in the success window, the click "OK" again in the "Options" window to finish.