How to Encrypt All Your Data on Chrome Browser!

For Chrome users like me, it’s synchronize features are very useful and it ensures that when I do get on a new computer for work, I can simply sync all the extensions and bookmarks with my browser from home. All I need is a Google accounts.

With Chrome OS, getting a lot of attention with Chromebooks, it makes sense to have all your data synced from browser to browser. After all Chrome OS is a glorified browser anyways.

But is the data that is synced safe? With Chrome all your passwords which are synced get encrypted by default. But that is not the same with all your data on Chrome. I found out on a blog post, that the Chromium version of the browser has this option available.

How to Encrypt all data with Chrome?




This is a novel idea from a security point of view, as we do want information stored in Autofill forms to be encrypted. Hopefully this feature will soon be available with the regular Chrome browser.

Do drop in your comments.

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Aditya Kane

Aditya Kane

Passionate about technology, books, history, cricket and politics. I like to think I am platform agnostic. rtCamp Blog Network - Editor -in- Chief