Did you read it? Chrome and Edge are not “leaking” the passwords! Advanced features like spellchecking expose the typed words/sentences/numbers to a spellchecking service. That’s the risk of all features which are based on a cloud/online service. Data needs to be transmitted to these services.
That’s also the reason why many companys forbid/disable the use of online translators for their employees as all data you translate is sent to the online sevice provider, and sensible/confidential data could be submitted.
Of course. “Leaking” is kinda semantics in this case if you’re not an IT person. In this case someone may simply think it’s a good thing to use advanced spellchecker and enable it. Outcome: same.
But I know you think I’m wrong in this, and that’s fine. Answer to original question is apparently, “No.”