I witnessed Google Chrome betray privacy first…

I wanted to share two separate experiences I’ve had happen to myself where Chrome did a bad thing.For a bit of background I’m a systems administrator at a site with around 700 users. We are running a proxy server set up by the ISP and Forefront TMG (I know, we’re working on replacing it) at the location, we’re all sharing the same external IP. I normally use Firefox with a VPN/LastPass to browse and use Chrome to access corporate resources. I have a Google account and use the features to sync my bookmarks and passwords, I figure since it’s only my corporate accounts not too bad.About two months ago I was browsing Google Images in Chrome and clicked on a picture I liked, it was on Pinterest (I don’t have an account) but it prefilled the fields with the credentials of an executive employee, shocked I logged in and it prompted me to save their password. I did and was able to view their password in my account. I chalked it up to Pinterest getting confused and moved on.The same thing happened this week with a completely different website I’m not going to mention, different user but the same thing.It’s definately something happening within our network and I’m disturbed enough that I’m going to clear out my corporate Google account on Monday and stop using Chrome but just a heads up, I don’t know what caused this to happen but it’s alarming and the way Google is trying to force it’s password management onto users should be ringing alarm bells.