Dr. Computer


Google Chrome allows you to save passwords to make signing in to your online accounts easier. While this feature is very convenient because you aren’t prompted to type in (or remember) your password each time, what do you do when you need to retrieve your actual password?

This step-by-step guide will show you how to see which passwords you have saved in Chrome and how to view your passwords.

What is Phishing?

Phishing is a form of fraud where a scammer attempts to gain log in credentials or account information from the victim. These scammers usually impersonate as a reputable company or person through email or other forms of communication. These scammers can either install malicious software on to your device or try to trick you into providing them with personal information such as your passwords or credit card information. Phishing scams are designed to look as authentic as possible. Below are some examples of phishing scam emails including scams that seek log in/account information as well as ransomware that seeks to infect your computer with malicious software.


If you feel that an email looks suspicious or malicious, pay attention to typos, fake links, fraudulent senders, and threatening language included within the email. Below are samples of what to look out for. 


Sample Emails For Phishing Scams:

Google Tips & Tricks to Make Searching Easier


1. Use quotes to search for an exact phrase
This one’s a well-known, simple trick: searching a phrase in quotes will yield only pages with the same words in the same order as what’s in the quotes. It’s one of the most vital search tips, especially useful if you’re trying to find results containing a specific a phrase.