Ever use Google Chrome? You need to install this NOW
Cyber thieves trick people into handing over their account passwords and information via webpages and emails that look legitimate, but actually aren’t.
According to Google 2% of all emails sent via its Gmail service are malicious and of these 45% succeed in tricking users.
Once installed, Password Alert will show you a warning if you type your Google password into a site that isn’t a Google sign-in page.
This protects you from phishing attacks and also encourages you to use different passwords for different sites.
It only remembers this information for security purposes and doesn’t share it with anyone.
If you type your password into a site that isn’t a Google sign-in page, Password Alert will show you a notice like the one below.
This alert will tell you that you’re at risk of being phished so you can update your password and protect yourself.
Source: Daily Star