Password Manager for Chrome
Most modern browsers provide a simple password manager for users to store website user names and passwords. Chrome also has its own password manager. On one hand, it's convenient to have such as feature because you don't have to enter passwords every time you login your account. On the other hand, Chrome password manager has only basic features and doesn't provide adequate password protection. This is why a professional Chrome password manager is needed.
RoboForm is my recommendation. It enable you to manage, encrypt, and generate random passwords or fill long forms with secure password in one click. It also include additional features like Fights Phishing and Defeats Keyloggers, providing higher password security.
Part 1: Introduce the Best Chrome Password Manager - RoboForm
Part 2: Disable the Password Manager Built-in Google Chrome
Best Chrome Password Manager - RoboForm
RoboForm integrates a Toolbar into Chrome so you can easily save passwords, edit passwords, generate strong passwords and fill forms directly in Chrome. RoboForm enhances the password security level with features of safe encryption algorithm, master password (and double master password), Fights Phishing, etc.
|Key Features of Chrome Password Manager|
|Remembers Your Passwords||Supported|
|Logs You Into Web Sites Automatically||Supported|
|Fills Long Forms with One Click||Supported|
|Helps Prevent Identity Theft||Supported|
|Generates Secure Passwords||Supported|
|Includes Options to Suit Your Needs||Supported|
(Works with Windows XP, Vista, Win7)
RoboForm for Mac is also available now.
Disable the Password Manager Built-in Mozilla Firefox
If you use RoboForm as the Chrome password manager, you can totally disable Chrome's built-in password management tool and it's a good idea to remove password records for security reason.
Disable Chrome Password Manager
- Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Show advanced settings.
- Adjust settings in the "Passwords and forms" section:
- Select "Offer to save passwords" if you want Google Chrome to prompt you to save your password.
- Otherwise, select "Never save passwords" if you don't want Google Chrome to save your passwords.
Remove Password Records Saved in Chrome Password Manager
Since passwords stored in Chrome's own password manager can be view and recovery with some password tools, you're highly recommended to remove them before using RoboForm password manager for Chrome. Here is how.
- Click the Wrench icon at the top right corner.
- Select Settings (or Options in some versions) in the menu.
- Click Settings tab on the left and click "Show advanced settings" at bottom.
- In the "Passwords and Forms" section, click Manage saved passwords.
- In the appearing window, you'll see a list of all the usernames and passwords that have been saved.
- Windows, Linux, and Chrome devices users: In the Passwords dialog that appears, use your mouse to hover over the site whose password you'd like to remove and click the x that appears on the right.
- Mac users: You can remove your passwords in the Keychain Access dialog that appears.
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