Google Assistant can automatically change your passwords

With the Google Chrome browser and with saved passwords, it is possible to receive alerts to change passwords if they have been compromised in the context of a known data leak on an application or website .

Last year and for Google Chrome on Android, Google announced a simplified procedure to help change a password that may have been compromised in this way in one click.

Via a Google Assistant button, Chrome takes care of the entire procedure for changing the password and not just for going to the website concerned.

Source : Android Central ; @MaxWinebach

According to Android Central, such a possibility is now more widely deployed to users of Chrome for Android. However, it is not necessarily operational with all sites.

Google Assistant ou Duplex

For automatic password change, Google warned of a gradual rollout in Chrome on Android and for users who sync their passwords, also noting that support for this automation would be site-specific.

Otherwise, it will therefore be a manual procedure in the absence of being able to rely on an automated procedure based on the Duplex technology on the Web which supports several actions in the place of the user.

Source: GNT – actualités by

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