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What technologies does ChromeOS use to secure saved passwords?

I have read that Chrome will use the system's native credential tools to manage saved passwords (e.g. KeyChain on OSX, libsecret on Linux/GNOME etc). Does anyone know what tools are used on ChromeOS?
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Script injection on all browsers

I have something injecting a script into all web browsers that I have tried - Firefox, IE, Edge, Chrome - and it doesn't look like an extension (since it is doing so in different web browsers). I ...
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Problem in underscore.js with “new Function()” when CSP header is set

In underscore.js, template rendering causes violation of the 'unsafe-eval' property, with CSP error at following line: render = new Function(settings.variable || 'obj', '_', source); The solution ...
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Chrome: Watch for modified https-certificates

I read a lot about security of https and possible MITM attacks lately. For me it seems there is only possible way to make a https-MITM attack: When a MITM exchanges the shipped https-certificate and ...
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Why did Google sign every auxiliary app inside “Google Chrome.app” (OS X version) except for one?

$ codesign -dvv /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/Versions\ /46.0.2490.80/Google\ Chrome\ Framework.framework/Resources/app_mode_loader.app/ /Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/Versions\ ...
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HTML Injection on iOS?

I had an uncommon issue with both Safari and Chrome on an iPhone 6 running iOS 9.0.1 last night - a number of sites were displayed with altered links and/or additional links (clearly from a third-...
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How secure is the native browser password autofill?

Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and IE all either have a suggest-password feature, or password archival feature. How secure are these passwords when stored on a computer? If replicated, how secure ...
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Detecting disabled Chrome plugins using JavaScript

My cable was on the fritz this weekend and I had to visit a friend to watch HBO online. Something weird happened that has been bothering me. I have disabled the Flash plugin on Chrome, since all ...
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Have there been any known “in the wild” exploits of any Google Chrome (Android) 40.0.2214.89 vulnerabilities?

https://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-1224/product_id-15031/version_id-179594/Google-Chrome-40.0.2214.89.html I looked for any news about them and couldn't find anything. Anyone ...
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Is there an extension/command line for OSX Chromium to save website passwords in LOCALSTORAGE instead of the system's keychain?

My situation: I want to use a portable-app implementation of Chromium running on a removable drive, so I never leave any passwords stored on the kaychain of any computer I use. Portable Chromium is ...
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Does this list every Chrome extension/addin that may leak privacy?

I am looking for a simple list of all extensions, preference, custom processes, and "flags" that may disclose a user's privacy or other details to a 3rd party. To that end, I discovered: chrome://net-...
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Google Chrome Crash Report Analysis

I am new to the field of crash analysis. I recently, by accident, happened to crash Google Chrome. I do not know the reason as to why the crash really happened. I'd like to know it in depth though. ...