Google Chrome added master Password Protection

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As just like other browser, now Google chrome have also implement the Master password Manager features. This password manager features saves your login data and other basic info, that can be used for automatic form filling.
Google Chrome browser stores all your basic info on the plain text, which can be browse by following path, "chrome://settings/passwords".

Google have implemented this features quite lately but finally its has been implemented and for Mac and windows users. To get or access all your saved password, you have to enter windows account login credentials. The protection will be for 1 minute after entering the logins and users have again enter the login details for further access.

And for those who don't have password on there windows, then there is some risk with this features. After going to the  "chrome://settings/passwords" path, it won't prompt for any login box. That's too messes, and all your saved login details can be see directly through browser setting panel.

This feature is not available on stable version of the browser, but inclusion on the latest chromium version, and soon this features will available on stable version also.
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