The Password Check feature for Chrome for Android is getting ready, recently we covered the feature, as well as Safety check, are working in the Canary version. Google is now making sure users can able to actually view and copy a compromised password and even edit one in Chrome on Android when their passwords were breached and notified via an alert.
Chrome Canary now allows you to check for compromised passwords whenever you want, check this article for more details on how to do that. If you found one of your passwords as leaked, you may want to see, edit, or change it.
It’s worth noting that Chrome on desktop and Android already allows us to edit saved passwords (you need to enable respective flags through), but the changes in the article we’re talking about apply to compromised passwords editing on Android.
From the screenshot above, you need to tap on the eye icon to edit the password and menu icon in alert to view the password that found in a data breach.
Do you find these changes useful when they make into Chrome for Android stable version? Let us know in the comments below.