LastPass is available for Firefox, Internet Explorer, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android , even Windows Mobile and now for Google chrome.
LastPass allows you to import from every major password storage vendor and export too, captures passwords that other managers won’t including many AJAX forms, and allows you to make strong passwords easily. Once imported all data is encrypted locally using one way salted hashes making using of strong AES encryption, this encrypted file is then stored on Lastpass servers allowing you to sync your password data on different computers using Windows, Mac, or Linux.
Once you have installed LastPass you can disable Chrome’s inbuilt password manager from options.
Click Customize (‘wrench’ button) —-> options–>Personal Stuff—> select ‘Never save passwords’ and ‘Never save text from forms’.
This is the first version of LastPass for Google Chrome , so there may be some bugs. But its working great on my Windows XP SP2,and it seems Linux and Mac users has some problems with the extension.