Leaked passwords are not something to take lightly, and Microsoft Edge helps you do just that. Edge will alert you to sites where passwords have been leaked. You can turn off these alerts if they bother you or turn them on for more peace of mind. Whatever choice you make is your responsibility. I am just helping you find this feature in Edge.
It’s always good to know when a website you use has a data breach. But traditionally, Microsoft makes sure that some features are so emphasized that they can become irritating. So some users prefer to turn off the notifications. After all, you can also check your passwords without getting alerts.
Enable or disable password leak pop-up in Microsoft Edge
Open the Edge browser. In the top-right corner click on the Edge menu button. In the menu click on Settings.
On the left click on Profiles, then click on Passwords, this will open the password settings in the Edge browser.
Enable or disable the following setting: Show alerts when passwords are found in an online leak.
I hope this article has helped you. Thank you for reading.