If you have chrome connected to a remote chrome debugging session (see here: https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/remote-debugging), you can inspect the tab on the remote side, click on the miniature displayed screen on the remote side and type "thisisunsafe" just like in normal chrome.
According to Support
This is a new Edge webview experience with the Bing search
capabilities which is expected. There is no way to disable this at the moment. However, if you want to open a link in the default browser,
you will need to click the link, then tap on the overflow menu at the
bottom and choose "Open in Browser".
There is supposed to be:
If you open Chrome on Android, Menu, Settings, and select your account.
But this just takes you on an endless loop.
I wish changing your user on the phone settings would also change all your apps to log in as that user.
You should be able to re-activate this in settings -> app -> password access -> Autofill -> disabled autofill targets
In android 9 pie this can be found in the Keepass2android settings under "password entry access" -> "autofill service" -> "disabled autofill targets"
This issue was already created on the github ...
The link to open the telegram channel will be there in your incognito windows tabs.
Close that tabes from your incognito window.
Then these telegram channels opening automatically when you open chrome browser will be stopped.