Is there any safe way to store passwords in chrome extension?

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While Chrome does have an inbuilt password manager, it has several downsides — it generates relatively weak passwords (with no customization), it frequently won’t auto-fill, it’s not well-maintained, there’s no protection against someone stealing your login info, and it only works on certain Google products (like Chrome).

🥇 LastPass — Best and secure, easy to use, and comes with a good free plan — LastPass’s Chrome extension made it especially simple for me to generate and save new logins. I was also impressed with its form-filling capabilities — it made almost no errors even when filling out complex web forms.

LastPass’s free password manager also offers:
  • Unlimited passwords.
  • Unlimited devices.
  • Password strength tool.
  • One-to-one password sharing.
  • Automatic password changing.
  • Basic multi-factor authentication (MFA).
I think LastPass’s password-strength tool is really good. After it analyzed all of my passwords, it showed me which of my logins should be changed — and it told me how to change them in a very clear and easy-to-understand way.
 
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