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The browser’s latest version also aims to up the ante in phishing protection
Google has added a new feature to its Chrome web browser that will alert users if their login credentials have been compromised in a security breach, according to the company’s announcement .
This may sound familiar, and with good reason. The functionality builds on Chrome’s Password Checkup browser extension, which was rolled out in February of this year and has since been downloaded a little over a million times. In October, Google integrated the feature into Google Accounts , giving users an easy way of checking whether their saved passwords may have been leaked or stolen, as well as help them determine if their login credentials are weak or reused in multiple accounts.
Now, however, the company is making it even easier to find out if your username/password combinations may have been exposed. The feature – which is part of the release of Chrome 79 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS – has been made available for everyone who’s logged into the browser.
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In a separate blog post, Google gave assurances that the usernames and passwords are hashed and encrypted and that nobody, including the company itself, is able to derive the username or password from the encrypted copy.
As an aside, if you don’t use Chrome, there are other ways to find out if your login details have been exposed in a known security incident. Our recent article sums up some of the most common options.
Recognizing an online phishing attack isn’t always easy, and Google has sought to help people stay safe from this pervasive con. Earlier this year, for example, the company rolled out a quiz that, drawing on real-life techniques deployed by scammers, tested users’ phish-spotting prowess .
Coming back to the present, on top of the integrated leaked-password checker, Chrome’s latest update includes real-time phishing protection. This security enhancement also builds on an existing functionality, as the browser has for some time displayed warnings to people when they attempted to navigate to sites known to pilfer logins .
The feature, which can be controlled in the ‘Settings’ tab under ‘Sync and Google services’, relies on Google’s service known as Safe Browsing, which contains a database of unsafe web resources that updates every 30 minutes. According to the company, however, many phishing sites slipped through the time window. Google says that the expansion of its phishing protection and real-time scanning on desktop has been shown to create alerts for an extra 30 percent of phishing sites.
Beyond that, the latest Chrome update also fixes 51 vulnerabilities , including two rated as ‘critical’.
How am I supposed to change 93 passwords? What would be useful is to know where the breach occurred–which App? This helps in no way.
We are supposed to change any password on a regular basis! It’s really hard to do, but it’s what we are supposed to do. Where do you store them? Paper?
Yeah, no. This is a stupid feature. It’s saying my data was compromised for an internal user on an internal site (192.168.42.2xx) just because it doesn’t like the password. The username has never been used anywhere else. It’s a crappy feature no one asked for that is overreaching what a browser should do. I don’t need google to protect the account on my internal printer
I suspect they use a dictionary, if your password is made with a common word, or two common words, they’ll send you the warning, isn’t it?
If I’m wrong, I’d want more info about those files of “data breaches”. Where do they come from? How a site report that they have been a data breach? To who? So they send all the compromised passwords to some kind of institution? But it’s secret? As none know who send to who.
It seems to me, if it’s true, that sending compromised passwords (linked with the owner email, because they know it’s you, it’s one more occasion to have a breach, because even if it’s crypted, it can be intercepted. Don’t you think that the sites are supposed to store in a crypted form the passwords? If they don’t, isn’t that the problem?
A compromised password is nothing, if it’s not linked to an usernamer or an address. Unless hackers use it in a dictionary, for their brute force attacks.
And I’m not particularly happy that Google put an eye in the password I chose for other sites.
Hi everyone, Yes this is a security breach by Avast Antivirus
this is shocking having multiple applications breaching you privacy from other apps on your system.
specially the antivirus’s.
i had the same message on my chrome browser.i usually keep my google login on chrome all the time with sync pass/bookmarks and all other stuff synced.
after two days of breach, i checked that i have installed Antivirus Avast that also installs one secure browser. when i used that so-called secure browser avast. there i saw all my information from chrome browser is shown on that unknown browser including my passes(revealed)/bookmarks/history everything.
that is unacceptable.
I get this message on one site in particular. I changed my password there, but am STILL getting the message. How do I make it stop?!
It’s not possible, as they didn’t thing to update your new password, they seem to record only compromised passwords (if they do, I have some doubts), not the current one. So they won’t be informed that the password has been changed.
That’s totally silly.
SAME:((
Yea yea cute, but I have 93 of these. I’m not going to change 93 of these.,
yup! same here!
I’m having the same issue! There must be an easier way.
How do I get this annoying alert to cease from popping up at random? I could care less if my passwords are comprised on sites not containing any pertinent information of mine. What’s the worst thing that could happen? Someone steals my fake identity on Reddit?
How do I get this annoying alert to stop????? I don’t care about my passwords being compromised on certain sites! What’s someone going to do? Steal my anonymous persona on Reddit?
How did my passwords stored on Chrome get compromised? Are they being stored somewhere besides the browser on my PC? As for the Avast program having the breach, I don’t use Avast. So how did I get breached by it.
This feature is prone to stupidity. False positive galore. I’m not a fan.
I have about 500+ password
same here for me .
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