I was wondering if Google can see my computer screen while I'm using Chrome Remote Desktop.
Let's assume there's my main PC named A and my other PC named B.
PC B will have the Chrome extension installed and is the PC that will be accessed remotely.
I use Chrome Remote Desktop to access PC B from PC A.
I log in to a VMware Windows guest on PC B that has a bridged network connection and launch Proton VPN and open a Firefox browser and search for the term password manager using duckduckgo.com search engine and go into some of the sites from the search results.
Then I use KeyPass password manager and create some password entries.
I don't think they can see the Internet network traffic from the VMware Windows guest as it's going straight out from the guest VM without relaying through Google remote desktop.
But I was wondering if they can see the computer screen through Chrome Remote Desktop.
Can Google see all this activity (the computer screen) and do we know if they are farming the data?