Google has released a new security feature for the Mac version of the browser. Users who use the Chrome Beta or Chrome Canary can already test it on their Mac. You can save saved passkeys (which explain us, among others, here) from iCloud Keychain to sign in. This is good because the user who may be using the iCloud keychain can also access the content in Chrome.
If, like me, you don’t use the Google password manager, you don’t have to worry about passwords created in Chrome getting lost. Because the settings specify that when using iCloud passwords, newly created passkeys in Chrome also end up in the Apple password manager:
An almost expected development, also with regard to the new macOS Sonoma. macOS Sonoma brings Apple’s password manager with its browser extension “iCloud passwords“ to Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and other browsers and uses their extension storage. What this means for you: If you use Chrome or another Chromium browser that can install the extension, you have access to the passwords synchronized via iCloud, which you probably use on all your Apple devices. This means that user names, passwords and authentication codes can now be filled out quickly.
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