We are quite lazy when it comes to remembering passwords. This is especially true when we have so many social media and sites that require us to make a new password. For those who don’t know, many people tend to save their passwords via autofill and google chrome and if you are one of those people, you should delete saved passwords. But, did you know that you can view and export these saved passwords which can potentially lead to some serious security breaches?
In this guide, we will show you how to view saved passwords in Google Chrome and export them to a file so you could get yourself one nice cup of coffee and work on multiple devices without remembering the password of each of your accounts and log in again.
This can be used to recover forgotten passwords but please ensure that you do not misuse this knowledge for nefarious purposes.
HOW TO VIEW SAVED PASSWORDS ON ANDROID:
Your Android smartphone automatically save passwords for most websites unless you particularly reject that option. Google introduced the Autofill option to make it easier for users to remember multiple passwords. These passwords are saved when you sign in apps such as Instagram and Facebook. So now you can see and recover these passwords if they are saved via autofill.