Enable leaked password detection on Google Chrome

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When you log in to your account on the website, the browser will offer to save the password so that you don't have to re-type it next time. This is a very useful and convenient feature when you do not need to enter the password repeatedly.
However, it also brings a lot of risk of leaking, revealing passwords on some unsafe websites. Earlier, in February 2019, Google released a Chrome extension called Password Checkup to alert users if their password is exposed or not.
And in the most recent update, this gadget has become a major feature of Google Chrome. Therefore, in this article I will guide you how Enable password leak detection on Google Chrome Please !
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How to enable leaked password detection on Google Chrome

+ Step 1: Before following this article you need to note, this feature is only available on Chrome with version 78 and above updates!
To check, click on the 3 dots next to Avatar of you, select the line Help => and then select About Chrome to open the Chrome info page. Or see how to upgrade Google Chrome to the latest version that Admin has instructed!

+ Step 2: In section About Chrome, you can see Version of the Chrome version used right below the line Google Chrome is up to date.
As you can see, in the picture, my Chrome verison is 79.0.3945.88, so it is possible to follow this article.

+ Step 3: Now you click on the address box of the browser => enter the address chrome://flags or chrome:flags => and then press the key Enter to open the page to manage the experimental features of Google Chrome.
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+ Step 4: On this page, you enter the keyword search box Password Leak there will be a name feature Password Leak Detection appear.
This feature also supports Chrome browser on Android operating system too, if you do not see, please check the version of Chrome is used according to the instructions above.

+ Step 5: By default its status is Default, you switch from Default Fort Enabled as shown below.
=> Finally click the button Relaunch to restart the browser and the extension may start working.
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From now on, when any saved passwords appear to be exposed, Google Chrome will send a warning to you. In that case, you should check and change your password immediately to avoid losing unnecessary information.
So I just gave very detailed instructions for you to activate Password detection feature leaked on Chrome Alright then.
A very commendable effort by Google in protecting users from bad guys. Remember to share this article to let more people know about this feature.
Oh! Forgot ! If you no longer want to use it, you can return to the address chrome:flags and turn it off, but I think there's no need to turn it off right 😛
Hopefully this article will be helpful for you. Good luck !
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