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Google may lock down access to Chrome’s stored passwords to bolster security

05
Nov
2013

Googles decision to leave stored Chrome passwords unprotected and just a URL away has caused quite a stir. But it appears the company may soon hide your credentials behind at least one new layer of security. That list – which can be viewed by navigating to chrome://settings/passwords in your browser — contains all of the login / password data youve told Chrome to save on your behalf. But Google has been criticized for not making it clear enough that those credentials can easily be reviewed by anyone with access to your PC.

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