The hacker explained that he used the auto fill sequence so popular with modern browsers. What he does is send a bait site to the unsuspecting hack victim.
These are often dummy sites that resemble popular well-rated websites. The victim will often use the auto fill option and send the details of the login to the hacker.
"A hack has been discovered in some modern web browsers that can use the "Autofill" feature to allow cyber thieves to view user names, emails and even passwords," said David Snelling from Express UK.
But this technique has been used for a while now so what makes this new method different. The hacker explained that with his method Chrome doesn't just send the details of that particular login. Instead, it sends all the save passwords and personal information.
The information includes CVV numbers, bank account information and every other piece of information saved in your browser.
This could be catastrophic if not looked into because many people today have all their bank and personal setting saved on Chrome.
The hacker explained that the worst part is that he did not need any specialized tool to carry our his malice just the chrome browser.
But it's not just Chrome that is susceptible to this hacking. All the modern browsers that have the ability to auto-fill your information can suffer this.