Chrome 66 rolled out yesterday for macOS and iOS introducing several features and changes to its policies. The update includes new media autoplay behavior, a passwords export feature, and other security changes.
In the ‘Manage Passwords’ section of the settings, a new option is now shown that allows users to export passwords that will save to a .csv file.
The new version of Chrome also contains another ‘technique’ for the Spectre CPU vulnerability. With ‘Site Isolation’ enabled, pages from different websites run in different processes with each process blocked from receiving certain types of data from other sites.
The update also fixes downloads so you don’t have to go to the downloads tab in Chrome to hit the ‘accept’ if a file is not trusted.