I am running 2 Win 7 Pro PCs and have been using IE11 on both. I have been finding more and more websites that no longer work properly under IE11, so I installed Chrome V65.0.3325.146 to try it.
I ran into a problem almost immediately trying to paste passwords from my password manager, Password Prompter, into various websites on both PCs. In IE11, I would copy/paste the password (CTRL+c/CTRL+v) with no problem. In Chrome, when I paste the password into the field, extra, random characters are added which causes the login to fail. In the attached screen shot (NOT a real password I use - for illustration purposes only), the first 10 characters are the correct sample password but everything after the "3" are added when I paste into Chrome. IE11 and Firefox do not have this problem. It also pastes correctly into Notepad. I installed the ShowPassword extension in Chrome in order to see what was happening which is how I got the screen shot. I have tried pasting with both CTRL+v and CRTL+Shift+v but get the same results.
I have installed 2 extensions which did not help - Allow Copy and Don't F**k With Paste.
I know that Chrome has an internal password manager but I choose not to use it.
Any idea what is causing this password paste problem and how to fix it?