Why You SHOULDN’T Use The Password Manager in Google Chrome

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Don’t use the password manager in Google Chrome!

I know it’s convenient, but it’s not safe using Google Chrome to store your passwords.

It’s like eating those $2 New York City street hotdogs, sure it’s convenient and it may even taste good, but you’re gonna regret it later!

If a cybercriminals able to install malware onto your computer, they can read the usernames, passwords and website links for everything you’ve stored in one of these browsers.

Don’t do it.

Use a password manager like 1Password, Keeper or Bitwarden.

These softwares are not susceptible to this type of attack.

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