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Android-brugere får nu Native Security Meddelelser fra Google

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En af de nyeste sikkerhedsopdateringer-inspirerede tiltag Google har sat i bevægelse bevæger sin sikkerhed beder til smartphone meddelelser. Indtil nu sikkerhedsmeddelelser blev sendt via e-mail og sms. Derudover, Google plans to increase the amounts paid to bug hunters and researchers in return for more qualified reports.

How Will the New Android Security Prompts Work?

Instead of receiving an email from Google every time when a new device has logged to the user’s Google account, Android users will be displayed a native notification. The note will ask them whether the login attempts are theirs or someone else’s. Once users are prompted they will have to tap the notification and review the account activity. Til sidst, actions will have to be taken in case the accounts need to be secured.

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Why Is Google Moving Security Notifications from Email to Native?

One reason is that email is not the best intermediate when it comes to security. Endvidere, Google has come to the conclusion that users are more likely to review mobile system notifications rather than email notifications.

I en nøddeskal, users’ Android devices will be prompted whenever a new device is used to login to an account or when there’s a security issue related to an account.

In case users decide to review the account activity, they will know the new device model, the time of access, the browser users, and the device’s IP addresses.

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It’s still not known if Google will do the same with iOS. Ikke desto mindre, the company recently introduced a new prompt for two-step verification on both iOS and Android. No one-time codes will be sent via SMS. Instead users will simply have to tap yes or know on the prompt, depending on whether it was them trying to log into the specific account.

It’s only logical that Google has decided to leave out SMS and email notifications, since they are considered a more vulnerable approach. Keep in mind that if you want to receive prompts on iOS, you will have to install the Google Search app. på Android, those prompts are dropped via Google Play Services.

Milena Dimitrova

En inspireret forfatter og indholdschef, der har været hos SensorsTechForum siden projektets start. En professionel med 10+ års erfaring med at skabe engagerende indhold. Fokuseret på brugernes privatliv og malware udvikling, hun tror stærkt på en verden, hvor cybersikkerhed spiller en central rolle. Hvis almindelig sund fornuft giver ingen mening, hun vil være der til at tage noter. Disse noter senere kan blive til artikler! Følg Milena @Milenyim

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