Do you tend to change passwords of your gmail account frequently? Isn’t it scary to encounter hacked account? I can’t standby this shock because all passwords of my bank accounts and net-banking are sealed in its password-library. It’s indeed an alarming bell for the online businesses to secure their websites from cyber-spies.
Web technology shelters under the umbrella of password. Be it a google account or the authority to access server, the password prevents unauthorized attempts to access. Since it’s a good blend of alpha-numeric and special characters, like #, $ and *, the access of all accounts stays locked down.
Password Manager in Google Chrome:
Do you know about a magical password-savior tool of Chrome? It’s an in-built library where you can save users name with their respective passwords. For example, a digital manager of an IT support in Gold Coast has 20 to 50 accounts in it. It’s like hammering head on the wall to recall all users name and their passwords. To tackle such critical situation, the password manager was evolved.
As the user logs in to various accounts through Google chrome, they get synced automatically. Subsequently, the user needs not follow up the same process via any device. The synced details become consistent to them. Thereafter, you don’t require IT solutions from expert hands. Do you know why it is so? It’s just because Chrome is compatible to all platforms.
I want to share the best trick to recover forgotten password. Rather, I should say that you can track the list of all secret words which you use for sealing your Google accounts.
Steps to track passwords with associated users name:
1. Access passwords.google.com.
2. Log in with any Google account that you have browsed via Chrome.
3. The list displaying all users name with associated passwords will pop up.
4. Passwords will appear in the ‘*’ (asterisks). To enable them readable, click the icon of an eye. As it is clicked, the asterisks would be visible in readable format.
5. It’s noteworthy that the passwords can’t be edited there.
Steps to hide your account’s password from password manager website:
It could be a ringing of ‘danger bell’ if the hacker gets access to your main google account. The access of main account routes to the password manager where your other accounts’ details are kept. You can turn blind eye to such possibility via these IT support tips. The following tips are here for your glance to learn how to make that password inaccessible to unauthorized one:
- Go to Google Chrome & log in Google account.
- Click on the three vertical dots at the upright of the search bar.
- Click on ‘Settings’ from the drop down menu. A new window will pop up.
- Alternatively, you can type “chrome: //settings/syncSetup” to further the process.
- Hover over the ‘Encryption’ heading.
- Click “encrypt all synced data with your own sync passphrase” radio button.
- Enter the passphrase. Thereby, your passwords will not be visible in the password manager as well.
- Click on ‘Save’ and you’re done.
- To undo this setting, reset the default setting.