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Chrome Safe Storage in Passwords and keys

  • I use Linuxmint. Every time I open Opera, I am asked to enter password. I just close this window, 3 times. I found out, that I am not asked for password, if I delete "Chrome Safe Storage Control" and "Chromium Safe Storage" in "Passwords and keys". But that "Chrome Safe Storage Control" and "Chromium Safe Storage" are created again I think after restart of computer and I have to delete them again. How can I permanently delete them, or is there any other solution so I would not be asked again to enter some password? Thanks

  • Not asked again? Tell it to use the basic storage instead of your system secure storage. Requires adding a command-line argument to whatever shortcut you use to start Opera and technically is not as secure, but if you're currently just deleting it obviously you don't care about that. I'll have to see if I can find where it was mentioned ...

  • See this post.

  • @sgunhouse Maybe I should just use FireFox.

  • If you do delete the forementioned files all the time, what is the point of storing credentials in the browser for you?