Reply to post: Re: "It would work in hotels,"

Take a pinch of autofill, mix in HTTP, and bake on a Wi-Fi admin page: Quirky way to swipe a victim's router password

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Re: "It would work in hotels,"

As are logging into open networks or allowing autoconnect to any network. That's the two show stoppers here. It'd have to be a really unusual set of circumstances to see me using those. As to Chrome, it gets my GMail from my second oldest account and logs into my banking and that's it. I'm being selective around what Google and Microsoft see on my end. Chrome did need an update, now fixed.

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