One of the big leaps in quality that Google Chrome has made in recent times has been related to it The ability to alert users about the potential vulnerability of their online accounts, With notifications and warnings to modify a file password Given the complete evidence that this information may be leaked Hacks For systems and platforms.
This new functionality resulted An endless list of accounts with real security risks Regarding Google Chrome, he gives us one recommendation: change your password. Now, when we talk about two or three locations, it is more or less controllable but if that number increases to 50 or more, how can we do that?
Nothing is manual, everything is automatic
Modifying passwords of 50 sites can take a long time, so Google had a great idea, and it is just that Impersonating us (with our permission of course) and Perform the operation for us Fully automated. So you don’t have to worry about anything: it gets into the site, it changes those credentials, it stores the new data, and that’s it. Less security problem.
Although it looks really good on paper, It will be interesting to see how transparent this process is to users. This will put the final word in the browser’s hands when changing a file password On a site that you consider insecure because our password was leaked on the Internet. The new option, of course, will only be able to activate on “compatible websites”.
And what does that mean for it to be a compatible website? so what It will have to work with this technology developed by those in Mountain View called “Duplex on the web.” A tool that has already proven effective in the past by allowing us, for example, to independently purchase movie tickets, to follow the same steps a human user would take when selecting a movie, day, time, room, seat, and completion. Pay thanks to a card stored in Chrome.
This is why the change password wizard is so effective, It will be necessary for the website to be compatible with this technology, Or rather, the platform, which is one that Google wants to implement in the future on the largest number of websites that, why not, end up interacting on behalf of all of us. Do you find it interesting?