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How to Back Up Saved Passwords from the Chrome Browser


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#1 1002 Richard S

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Posted 14 December 2010 - 07:25 AM

"Although many use a password manager like LastPass or KeePass to store online passwords, others rely on the browser to provide password management. If you use the Google Chrome browser, you may have noticed that (as of this writing) it has no way to back up stored passwords. There is a way to sync passwords among different computers but no direct backup for external storage.

The well-known freeware author Nir Sofer has stepped into the breach and provided a utility to make up for the absence of a Chrome password backup. Itís called ChromePass and is a stand-alone, portable executable. It comes in a number of languages and provides for the export of password information to several formats, including a CSV file for importing to KeePass. The program is described at this NirSoft link, where it can be downloaded."
Above quote from: http://www.techsuppo...ome-browser.htm

Link to ChromePass: http://www.nirsoft.n...chromepass.html

Hope this helps?

Richard

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