ChromePass helps recover Forgotten Passwords from Chrome Browser

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3 Comments

  1. japp

    Using LastPass one has every password for all browsers at hand 🙂

  2. Jim

    Again I must ask, why use a 3rd party app when it isnt nessesary? There is no reason to download this app to recover forgoten password stored in Chrome.

    Simply click the Wrench Icon Option>Personal Stuff>Manage Saved Passwords. You will then see a list of all the sites with passwords saved in chrome and have the option to view them.

    You guys should seriously try teaching people to use the stuff they already have, rather than having them download useless crap they dont need.

  3. BillA

    Some folks may not value their privacy and allow google to store your passwords somewhere in the cloud, for malicious hackers to have fun with them.
    But lots of other folks do. 😉

    If you don’t wish to save your password online, here’s a simple method to import/export it to a file on a portable flash/thumb drive.
    In Chrome 65.x the import/export flags have changed to:

    chrome://flags/#PasswordImport
    chrome://flags/#PasswordExport

    Select “Enabled” then close down ALL chrome windows and relaunch it, and you’ll be able to import/export your passwords to a file on a portable flash/thumb drive.
    This way it’s not out there for hackers to grab them. 😉

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