A password leak check has been introduced in the Google Chrome browser since version 79. When using and saving passwords on sites and services, the presence of these passwords in the open databases of disclosed logins and passwords is checked. Most often, passwords are stolen by phishing or hacking website databases. It is important to understand that such a notification sends not a website or service, but directly the browser itself. It should also be understood that the notification indicates a data leak in general, and not a leak on a specific site, while working with which the notification was displayed.
After logging in to a website and / or saving the password, a window with information about the security problem will appear in the browser, informing about the stolen password, which looks something like this:
To check which passwords have been stolen, do the following: