Google Password Manager—a dependable, free password manager that comes per-installed with Google Chrome and Android. Google Password Manager requires only Google Chrome/ Android and a personal Google account to securely store, edit, and create it was able to generate secure passwords, which simplified the process of creating a new account. It has long been able to store your passwords and alleviates password pain. It also autofill passwords for you. As per Google its already used by 0.5 billion users.
Using same password in more than online account can be disastrous for you.
Google in today I/O event announced 4 new upgrades to Google Password manager to make it more helpful:
- Easier to get started by a feature to import password from other password managers.
- Deeper integration between Chrome and Android so that passwords go with you from sites to app.
- Automatic alerts if your password is found in 3rd party password breach.
- Last but most important features auto fix with the help of Google Assistant which will automatically navigate to compromised account and change the password quickly.
The important caveat here is that automatic password changing will only work on “supported sites,” which means that if the website has an unusual layout, the feature will not work. Duplex on the web performs all navigation in real time, allowing you to monitor the process and halt it if anything goes wrong. According to Google, “automated password changes are gradually rolling out in Chrome on Android for users who sync their passwords.” Support for new websites will be added over time, and the feature will initially be available in the United States before expanding to “more countries in the coming months.”
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