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Security: Google tightens Chrome’s autofill security with biometric checks

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The tech giant has also updated Chrome’s touch-to-fill dialog box, so that you’re presented with both your username and password when you need to log in. You don’t need to scroll to their form fields one by one anymore and simply have to choose one of the log-in credential pairs in the box if you have more than one. Google says this feature is arriving on Chrome for Android in the coming weeks, as well.

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