“Google’s new web browser may be fast and slim, but the password management features it offers are full of bugs. Chapin Information Services (CIS) reported critical vulnerabilities in this software during its beta period, all of which were unfixed at release time,” says Chapin.
CIS Identified three major problems, “combined with seventeen others so far identified in Chrome’s password manager, form a toxic soup of potential vulnerabilities that can coalesce into broad insecurity.”
CIS testing results will be available at info-svc.com. Checkout and in compare of Opera 9.62, Firefox 3.0.4, Internet Explorer 7.0, Safari 3.2 and Google Chrome 1.0 — Google Chrome on the worst position.
Google Chrome offers poor password security, on CIS tests