Chrome will now warn you if your password’s been stolen as soon as you type it in | Mashable

Within the next few weeks, Chrome will roll out a feature that lets you know immediately with a pop-up if you enter a password that’s been compromised somewhere, and prompts you to change it everywhere you use it. (Yes, they see you reusing passwords across different sites even though we all know it’s data hygiene 101 to never do that.)

Have you been pwned? Almost certainly.

Source: Chrome will now warn you if your password’s been stolen as soon as you type it in

2 thoughts on “Chrome will now warn you if your password’s been stolen as soon as you type it in | Mashable

    1. Jacqui,

      Yes, Chrome is making advancements and it is the browser that I use as my default browser. I just don’t care much for Google capturing everything about us. Keep your eye on the new version of Microsoft Edge that is coming out. It is based on the chromium-browser engine that Chrome is built off of. I have tried the beta and I am liking what I am seeing.

      Thank you,

      Rick

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