I’m tidying up my passwords, and as far as I understand if a hash matches, it’s confirmation of an input. So, does Chrome check the stored hashes of my password against that of the publicly available database it found?
The follow up question. I had also used that exposed password for a separate Google account but… if it was known that password was compromised, why did it let me use it when logging into my other account and make *no mention of it immediately upon login?*
All my passwords are complex and unique now, so last request if you will: your suggested cross platform password manager.