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Google Experiments with new QR-based Secure login to protect from "Keyloggers"

Google is testing a feature Sesame, which will protect users from "keyloggers" in an Internet cafe.To avoid theft, Google offered to make authentication via smart phone.To access mail on a public computer, it is proposed to take pictures of the camera smartphone QR-code and enter the login and password on your mobile phone.






Note that if a smartphone user at the time of login and password is connected to an unsecured Wi-Fi network and the protocol does not support encryption, the personal information can still be stolen.

2 comments:

  1. I think that people who own smartphones are hardly the types to go to cybercafes for their internet surfing unless they are travelling and their tablet or notebook has conked out. Problem is when you are travelling outside your country and for saving you use a local SIM, with a different number from the one you had registered with Google.

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  2. Even i had the same thought.Thanks for visiting my blog.Keep visiting...

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