Google believes that enabling security by default is the best way to keep users safe. In May of this year, Google announced plans to enable two-step authentication for users by default. The search giant recently reaffirmed in a post that it will automatically register 150 million users with two-step authentication by the end of the year.
However, Google says only one account Registers with appropriate support mechanisms for two-step authentication. In an effort to prevent unauthorized access to user accounts, the company is asking two million YouTube users to enable two-step authentication so they can access the studio software from November 1.
Google adds the ability to auto-complete passwords stored in other applications to the Chrome browser password management in iOS to make it more integrated. IOS users will also soon be able to create a secure password for any app, such as Google AutoComplete on Android devices. The company is adding a new feature to its app that allows users to easily access their saved passwords in password management.
Google also says it has partnered with organizations this year to provide passwords. Make free security available to more than 10,000 users. This software has succeeded in creating better access to security passwords on Android phones and iPhones.
In the future, we may see platforms such as OneTab or application programming interfaces such as Google Identity service for authentication. New authentication services use secure tokens to log in to websites and apps instead of passwords. In addition to making the experience easier, they also protect users from threats such as Clickjacking, pixel tracking, and more.