I often have to log into a site that encrypts passwords in-browser before sending them to the server. Because of how passwords are handled, Google Chrome captures the encrypted version of the password, not the original. This means that upon entering the site again, it automatically enters my username and the encrypted password, which is re-encrypted, and which causes it to register a bad password.
Is there any way to manually edit the password stored in the browser? Where are the passwords physically stored, especially in Ubuntu?