Notificaciones: el navegador Chrome pronto será menos molesto

Chrome Beta checks our passwords to see if they have been publicly leaked

Notifications: Chrome browser will soon be less annoying

Google has given its mobile browser a major innovation, the Chrome browser in the new beta for Android now automatically checks your passwords if you want. Their passwords are checked for inclusion in international databases that have leaked user data from hacks and similar attacks. If there are anomalies during the comparison, the browser will inform you accordingly. […]


Google has given its mobile browser a major innovation, the Chrome browser in the new beta for Android now automatically checks your passwords if you want. Your passwords are checked for inclusion in international databases that have leaked user data from hacks and similar attacks. If there are any anomalies during the comparison, the browser informs you accordingly and of course suggests changing the corresponding password. Fittingly, Chrome has been integrating a password generator directly for some time.

Google takes on an annoying but important task

To use innovation at an early stage, you need to raise the flag (experiment) “Password leak detection” Activate it in current Chrome Beta via the address bar about: flags calls. In the Canary version we may not have to activate the experiment at all in order to use the innovation.

In the next few months, “Verify password security” should appear in the final version of Google’s browser, but there is no set date yet. This feature was originally provided as an extension for the desktop version of the Google browser.