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Google test login account without a password feature
A company engaged Google to test a new way to log on to your Google account user without having to type a password, Google has confirmed it this morning.
Method works similarly to the way Yahoo recently launched by the so-called “key account” Key Account, which allows the user logs on to the account without the need for a password.
The feature is used by a user types in his e-mail just log on to the field is received an alert to the smart phone to confirm the login process, and after the approval of the registration of an immediate entry process is completed.
Google were directing calls to a limited number of people to experience a new way to log on through the alarm sent to the smartphone, and channeled by e-mail invitations to join the test group.
The passwords are the weakest part when it comes to securing user accounts, and does not so much by using complex passwords, usually users using secret similar words for each different accounts they have.
And two-factor authentication helps increase security on the way, which is made by sending a secret code or enter the code to a phone user via text message.
And operate the new way to log on as an additional option for users, and to speed up the login process by offering a different way to log on.
And launches Google allocated for the test name “Sign-new group In Experiments at Google”, and can be accessed via the following link within Google Groups, although the Group link open to the public, but it can not be displayed or workout feature without a direct call.
The Google spokesman said, “We’ve invited a small group of users to help test new way to log on to Google their own without the need for a password accounts.”
Probationers and has yet to accept the invitation and join the email group shows that the user can now log on without the need for a password, and that the user can continue to use the logon password across the way if he wanted to.
Google says it may ask the user for a password for additional security measure in case you notice anything unusual about the current login attempt.
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