Until now only your passwords within Google Chrome browser were encrypted while it was sent to the cloud on Google’s servers, but in a newly released update it now looks like Google is going to help us keep all our personal data safe by allowing us to encrypt everything that is sent via Chrome to the cloud.
The new option has arrived in the latest build of Chromium code, and is access within the ‘Personal Stuff’ option within the Chrome settings. As displayed in the image below.
the new addition will definitely help provide an extra level of security on all your data which is passed over to Google’s Chrome cloud storage, Everything from your form data, themes, bookmarks, apps installed to passwords.
Source : Browser Scene
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