I´ve been looking through "Support" and "Forum" and this seems to be an issue that concerns many bloggers.
I came to realize that when i write password-protected pages or posts, the browser of the person opening the protected page automatically saves the password, even when the person logs-out of WP. So no matter which other WP user opens my blog from that browser, is automatically granted of an access I didnt give him.
It obviously just doesn´t make any sense. It is about time WP finds a solution. I would understand, and I would find it useful, if the USER didn´t need to type in the password after the first time. So the password would be saved not from the user´s browser, but from the user´s account. THAT would make sense.
So when WP writes:
"WordPress will prompt you for the password on your initial visit to a protected post. After entering the password that first time, WordPress will securely store the password with the browser you entered it with so you won’t have to enter it again."
he also knows it´s a lot of BS. WP should also write: "but pay attention that the password will remain available for ALL the users entering your protected pages from that same browser"...
So please dear WP,
finde a solution for this non-sense.