My employer has a thankfully enlightened view regarding web usage during working hours and I would prefer to remain signed into my own personal web pages that I will view during quiet periods or during lunch hours.
What I would like to do is guard against either accidental or intentional access to my own personal information.
Previously, I've been running an instance of Lubuntu in a Virtual Box with a minimal amount of memory which pretty much just runs Chromium and nothing else. This virtual instance is locked via a screensaver which kicks in after 60 seconds to lock the screen.
This has been working fine but it would be nice to have a separate private browser to which only I have access. The enormous memory requirements of Visual Studio 2010 also make it necessary to claw back as much memory as possible!
I have Google Chrome installed on my office PC and I thought that I might be able to download and install Chromium as the two seem to be happy to co-exist on the same machine (I would much prefer to keep using Chrome, although I would possibly consider other browsers)
Unfortunately all of the Extensions I've found either lock single tabs at a time (not ideal) or don't seem to work at all.
Any suggestions as to an alternative approach?