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Data-leakage is the uncontrolled, unauthorized transmission of classified information from a data centre or computer system to the outside. Such leakage can be accomplished by physical removal of data storage devices (diskettes, tapes, listings, printouts and photographs of screen copies or handwritten notes) or by more subtle means such as data hiding (steganography) or even plain old human memory.

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Based on the information which I've found on-line so far, the following statements are true: Passwords are always encrypted source. Chrome uses your Google Account to encrypt your synced passwords s …
answered Aug 5 '15 by kenorb
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It seems Google activated central place for storing app/website passwords which is accessible at https://passwords.google.com/ and all the remembered Chrome passwords are synched there. In what form …
asked Aug 5 '15 by kenorb