Google Chrome has a built-in Autofill functionality that automatically saves the form details or information you enter online on any website like address or credit card information. For example, if you open any website that requires your personal details such as your name, postal address etc. Google Chrome automatically saves your information which becomes pretty handy when it comes to filling the same kinds of fields on the other websites.
Although Google Chrome saves the generic and publicly distributable information, sometimes you may also manually save your credit card details so that you do not have to type the whole details again and again every time you make payments.
However, this kind of practice might be suitable when you are using the computer at your home, and you are sure that no one else will be accessing your computer or laptop in your absence or even in your presence. This practice is certainly never advisable when the computer is used by many people at home, and especially at your workplace. If, however, you have accidentally or unknowingly saved your credit card information on the Google Chrome, you can simply erase that kind of data from the web browser with just a few mouse clicks.
The below process explains to you how to remove your credit card information from the Google Chrome web browser:
You can make use of the steps to stop Chrome Browser from Auto-Filling your Credit Card information.
So, using the above method you can secure your credit card information and address from Chrome and you don’t need to worry about unauthorized people exploiting it.