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Google recently announced the implementation of pro-privacy functions within some of its...
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2019-10-03 10:39:31
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Google will tell us if our passwords were hacked

New tools for privacy from Big G

Google recently announced the implementation of pro-privacy functions within some of its products, including Maps, YouTube and Assistant. The first will have a private mode, the second option to clear history and the third a dedicated security management.
But there's more, because the Google Chrome browser will warn us if we use passwords have been hacked. You enter the function directly from the Google account password manager, and if the system were to encounter risk will be notified you that suggests changing passwords.
The system will also tell us if we have used the same password for multiple sites, practical undoubtedly risky and not recommended. There will be the classic suggestions to create unique and strong password, in order to discourage the classic "123456" and "ciao2019" which unfortunately continue to proliferate, and we at SOS Phone Catania we are witnesses.
Google has announced that soon will integrate the feature in the Chrome browser, so that it is able to protect users in real time. Meanwhile, anyone who wants to try it can do so through the passwords.google.com address.

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