There is always that headache to remember passwords to the various apps on your android phone or the various online accounts one has. this true to everyone of especially those whose lives are spent on the cyberspace.
An individual may have as many passwords as the accounts they have online while some use only one password across the various platform. An average person has around 3-5 passwords they use online.
Security of the passwords has been around for along time now. Many sites when you sign up they insist one to create a strong password that includes letters, numerical and special characters. This is usually in a bid to ensure foolproof security.
But according to Google’s latest announcement is that you will never have to cram all those passwords. Google has partnered with Dashlane and other password managers, to create the new open source project called Open Yolo (You only login once).
Open Yolo aims to provide a secure link between third-party android apps and password managers. Using the system, users would only need to log into their password manager to access all their apps, without retyping any usernames or passwords.
“To stay one-step ahead of the market demand, Google and Dashlane are helping create a seamless, universally-acceptable Android app authentication solution to increase your online security.” Dashlane community manager Malaika Nicholas said.