"Your privacy and security is of the utmost importance", says Kurt Thomas, security and anti-abuse research scientist at Google.
You can grab Google's Password Checkup Chrome Extension right here.
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Google jointed developed the extension with cryptography experts at Stanford University. Also, considering that the warning comes as soon as you've logged into an account, you'll be able to change the password immediately - and you should do so once the warning arrives. At the same time, we need to ensure that no information about other unsafe usernames or passwords leaks in the process, and that brute force guessing is not an option. Password Checkup addresses all of these requirements by using multiple rounds of hashing, k-anonymity, private information retrieval, and a technique called blinding.
Along with Password Checkup, Google's new Cross Account Protection feature allows Google to send information about security events to sites that implement the service. The only information shared is anonymous and regarding the number of lookups that return an unsafe set of credentials.
Password Checkup was built with privacy in mind. Mozilla introduced their Firefox Monitor platform on September 25, 2018, a service which uses Troy Hunt's "Have I Been Pwned" database of email addresses affected by data breaches. The extension automatically triggers an alert and suggests a password change. Therefore, you will not know your account has been part of a breach until you visit the affected website. Finally, Google says it will continue to improve both services from here on out, particularly Password Checkup, which will be refined in the coming months. Once installed, it will check every time you sign in to an account using a username and password. For example, it'll warn you if both your current username and password appear in a breach, which poses the most significant security risk.