Chrome users on Android need to get this critical privacy update now

If you use Chrome on one the best Android phones then there’s a new security feature that not only makes your browsing more secure but that solves a hugely annoying problem: changing compromised passwords.

This problem is something I know from bitter experience: I spent most of my weekend changing passwords and talking to tech support after my youngest’s Fortnite account was compromised and V-Bucks stolen. I know some of my family’s passwords have appeared in data leaks, and I really did mean to get round to changing them. But quite frankly it’s a huge pain in the backside, and the longer you leave it the more of a pain it is. But as I discovered, it’s not as painful as trying to fix a compromised account.