Is there any Google Chrome master password?

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This refers to the ability "to protect personal information such as saved passwords and certificates by encrypting them using a master password" in Firefox.

And if this is not possible, then why such an obvious (I think) thing is not implemented?
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The Answer Of Google:
We know this is a long-standing issue, and we see where you're coming from. Please know that your security is our highest priority, and our decision not to implement the master password feature is based on our belief that it creates a false sense of security instead of actually providing a strong security benefit.
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google chrome has no master password. but judging by the complaints of users are likely to make ever
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As the extension is LastPass a great thing
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While here, Linux chrome uses kwallet or GNOME keyring to save passwords.
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So what turns out not to be the master password? The lack of this feature prevents to be chrome I browser #1
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Since then, things are there..
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