Script Summary: Prompts the user to enter a password before a status change
**Just uploaded a new- slightly more working version- I'm still busy and did this in 5 minutes because I noticed what one problem was**
***Working on finding a better way to detect when you click the status bar- FB is weird in that the bar changes its HTML elements. Sometimes its a text area and sometimes its a contenteditable div***
Prevents the average prankster from changing your status to something crude while you are afk. It does so by overlaying a splash page over Facebook when the "What's on your mind?" bar is pressed, and prompting the user to enter a password before it is removed. The splash page prevents further clicks on the page as well as hides the status change bar itself. The splash page will only come up once per session/refresh of Facebook prior to a correct password being input.
On initial download:
Right click the Greasemonkey head in the status bar of Firefox. Then go to User Script Commands... and then click on "Facebook status lock- Set Pass" to set the password of your choosing. Do the same thing to change passwords.
UPDATED to work on profile and home page status bars
>Does not provide any actual security. Use only as a preventative measure against pranksters.
>Nothing is sent anywhere when the password is entered and no data is collected from you. This information is stored in your Firefox browser where it is safe to delete cookies/history/etc.