Make password protected folders password protected at all times
I don't know if this is a feature or a bug but it is causing a great security risk for us.
Our Office 365 users create shared folder in OneDrive (Anyone Link + password) that they use on non-trusted (shared) computers to transfer files on and from said computers.
This technique allow them to transfer files without having to log into their Office 365 account from these non-trusted computers which would be quite worst. (See my other request).
The problem is: if the browser is set to automatically resume session on startup (wich re-opens all tabs that were opened when the browser was closed) the next person who sits at that computer opens the browser and is not asked for the folder password in the restored OneDrive tab, he just gets in as the password is remembered by the browser.
Even worst, if the OneDrive tab was closed before closing the browser, the next person can go in the history of the browser and access the folder from there without being asked for a password either.
This is observed on Chrome and Edge.
If the Setting under "On Startup" is set to "Open new Tab", then the OneDrive folder is protected if the browser was closed (it will ask the password againa everytime we access the link). But still, if the user does not close the browser, the OneDrive folder will still be accessible from the browser's history without being asked for a password.
The request is: Password protected folders should remain password protected on every access!
Thank you for considering this urgent matter!