Chrome 88 checks for compromised passwords, adds tab search

21 January 2021
Removes support for Adobe Flash and FTP.

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  • Anonymous

MConverter.eu also uses the new dark mode scrollbar. Github.com too.

Did vĂȘ not had this before? I remember Google telling me that some of my pw need to be changed due to being compromised...

  • oj

Anonymous, 21 Jan 2021Oh no, don't save your passwords in the browser despit... moreSaving passwords in Firefox it's ok!

  • fx

Firefox when comes to security and privacy , to check for compromised passwords old news for Firefox users,

Why they are removing FTP access ? I don't understand why.

Still stuck on 32-bit on android

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Jan 2021Oh no, don't save your passwords in the browser despit... moreSo you have to remember all of them?

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Jan 2021hope samsung browser is built on the latest chrome version... moreYeah it needs that new scoped storage download system that don't need permissions. Brave, Edge and Vivaldi already have it.

  • Anna

One good thing about Chromium based browser is that it has dark right click and drop down menu. In Firefox, even if I have applied Dark theme to both Windows OS and browser, Firefox still shows right click and drop down menu completely white. That is why I had shifted from Firefox to MS Chromium Edge browser.

  • Anonymous

So, basically, it's a downgrade?

  • Anonymous

hope samsung browser is built on the latest chrome version.

I think it's still stuck on Chrome Version 82.

  • Diamon

Im always save my password almost 7 years got nothing problems, chrome is my defaut browser, its easy fast smooth & very stable, already using all browser on playstore but none of themare better than chrome.

So, basically Microsoft Edge has started sharing it's codes to Chromium projects.
Cool.

Anonymous, 21 Jan 2021Oh no, don't save your passwords in the browser despit... moreI did that for years with my chrome browser, everything it's fine.

  • AnonD-973296

Anonymous, 21 Jan 2021Oh no, don't save your passwords in the browser despit... moreoh, i already did that

  • Anonymous

Oh no, don't save your passwords in the browser despite how safe they say it is. Really, really, dumb thing to do.