How to View Google Chrome’s Saved Passwords Without Admin Password

Google Chrome is a very popular internet browser among 3 billion users. It has an inbuilt password manager that automatically saves your social media and other passwords when you log in to their websites. To access Google Chrome’s password manager on your desktop or mobile, go to Chrome’s Settings then Passwords. The password manager in Chrome allows users to edit, remove and view all the saved passwords under a single tab. Normally, you’ll be required to enter your Windows admin password to show the hidden password and if you don’t know the admin password then you cannot view it unless you don’t know this trick. Here I’ll show you how to view Google Chrome’s saved passwords without using admin password.

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How to View Hidden Passwords in Google Chrome:

Chrome’s password manager is really useful tool that allows you to save all your social and other login passwords .

Follow the given instructions carefully step by step. It’s very to do.

Step1: First, open Google Chrome on your desktop and go to password manager from settings → passwords. In this section, you can see a list of websites along with their user IDs (Email or username) and passwords in masked form (*****).

How to View Google Chrome's Saved Passwords  Without Admin Password

Step2: Select the website by clicking on it which you want to show the password.

Step3: Once the website login page is opened, right-click on the password box and click on inspect that will open Developer Tools.

Inspect Element

Step4:  Here you can see a bunch of programming codes. Don’t worry, we’ll only modify a piece of  HTML code.

Inspect Elements

Step5: Find input type=”password” and double click “password” to highlight. Then, replace “password” with “text” which will now look like input type=”text”.

View Password

Now the password will be displayed in the text format in front of your login screen page.

So, I hope you like this Chrome hack. If you’re very concerned about your privacy then I would suggest do not save your passwords in the Chrome browser.

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