[HackerNews] A Simple 1-Click Compromised Password Reset Feature Coming to Chrome Browser

Google on Tuesday announced a new feature to its password manager that could be used to change a stolen password automatically with a single tap.
Automated password changes build on the tool’s ability to check the safety of saved passwords. Thus when Chrome finds a password that may have been compromised as part of a data breach, it will prompt users with an alert containing a “Change Password”

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