Email: In addition to customer convenience, Google believes that the biometric system is very effective in keeping mail safe from hackers. According to researchers, passwords can be hacked in just 3 seconds. But, biometric e-mails are usually not easy to hack.
New Delhi: From office attendance, identity cards like Aadhaar card to bank account opening, ration carding, biometric systems are being followed. This time e-mail is also going to be biometric. That is, the e-mail can be opened without a password. Only face and fingerprint must match. This is what Google is doing. This system has been implemented since November 5, Password Day.
E-mail is one of the most essential official addresses in today’s world, from education to employment. Apart from personal e-mails, separate e-mails are opened for employees by various corporate offices. So far every mail is password protected. That is, a password is required to open the e-mail. Whose e-mail, he himself sets the password. E-mail cannot be opened without password. But this time that method is going to change.
Many do not use e-mail regularly. And many people always have e-mail open on their phone or laptop. As a result, the password is not much needed to use the mail every time. But, when opening the mail on another device, it often asks for a password for verification. If you don’t give that, you have to take a lot of risk to open that mail. Also many people forget their passwords due to not using e-mail regularly. Then he has to do a lot of effort to e-mail with the forgotten password. Now the days of all this jhakki poona are coming to an end. Passwords are no longer required to open e-mails. Only face and fingerprints are required. If they match the mail will be opened.
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In addition to customer convenience, Google believes that biometric methods are very effective in protecting mail from hackers. According to researchers, passwords can be hacked in just 3 seconds. But, biometric e-mails are usually not easy to hack. So Google is in favor of enabling biometric mail through biometric passwords. Discussions with Microsoft on the matter have already progressed and for the time being it has been activated since Password Day.