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Sunday, November 14, 2021

Fix Compromised Passwords With Google Assistant

 Google Assistant logo.

First, open Google Chrome on your Android phone or tablet. Tap the three-dot menu icon in the top-right and select “Settings.”

Open the menu and tap "Settings."

Next, go to “Passwords.”

Go to "Passwords."

Now select “Check Passwords.”

Tap "Check Passwords."

Let Chrome run through all your saved passwords. You’ll see a list of all the passwords that have been compromised. Some will have the option to “Change Password” with the Google Assistant icon.

You’ll be taken to the associated website and a pop-up will ask if you want to let Google Assistant change your password. Tap “I Agree.”

Tap "I Agree."

Google Assistant will guide you through the steps of creating a new password on the site or resetting your password. Simply follow along until it’s done.

Follow along with the steps.

That’s it! Google Assistant has updated your password for you and your account is much more secure now. This is not something that’s not super hard to do on your own, but Google can make it even easier.

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