ChromePW is a password protection for Chrome.
In Firefox there is a feature called Master Password, that protects stored logins and passwords. This is also possible in Google Chrome™!
You probably don't want that someone is using your browser without your permission. By using ChromePW an unauthorized user is refused to access the Internet, saved passwords, browser history, autofill and other internet data.
Once you have set a password in the settings of ChromePW, it will be stored encrypted. When you start Google Chrome™ the password prompt will appear. If a user tries to bypass the password prompt, Google Chrome™ will be closed. So ChromePW provides a save password protection for your browser. If you have forgotten your password you can display a password hint.
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ChromePW does not protect you against malicious software, hackers, internet service providers or employers that track the pages you visit, or people who know the password.
Google Chrome™ is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
IMPORTANT: This is in no way a product of Google or supported by Google.