Posts Tagged ‘chrome’

7th August
written by Chris

Elliott Kember, has a post on his blog right now discussing an apparent “security vulnerability” in Chrome.  Security Vulnerability is in quotes there, not to mock Mr. Kember, but because the behavior Chrome exhibits is debateable as either vulnerability or feature.  First, let’s walk through the behavior.

If you’ve saved passwords into Chrome, navigate to chrome://settings/passwords and click on a row.  You’ll see a “show” button which, when clicked, displays your saved password. (more…)