Google provides guidelines for creating passwords

Posted: June 3, 2013 in IT Security News
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GoogleGoogle has warned its customers about the need to use different passwords for different services, strive to make your passwords as complicated and in any case not to give access to information to outsiders. Do not forget about the possibility of a painless password recovery, just in case, in case you forget it.

Researchers believe that Google is not enough to inform people about the need of complication passwords. Internet companies need to improve the defenses of its services.

Despite the fact that Google has warned its clients to complicate too simple passwords, the experts on information security of such a step was not enough.

Researchers from Cisco and Stormpath note that the corporation is also a need to improve the defense mechanisms and offer users more options for creating secure password.

Experts also require Google to actively encourage developers and other companies to improve the security of users.

Researchers have criticized uvvedomlenie company in which Google said that customers need to use different passwords for different services, strive to make your passwords as complicated and in any case not to give access to information to outsiders.

So, Alex Salazar – executive director of the service Stormpath – believes that these recommendations are only good for beginners who are just starting to work on the web. In her view, the problem is not a strong password, but the number of sites that are hacked daily and insecurity.

Experts are confident that the developers need to improve the systems of the password. For example, you can allow customers to use passwords with spaces. That’s why experts recommend Google put pressure on consumers and get them to actively introduce more sophisticated defense mechanisms. Of course, this will require additional funds, but such is the price of protection of user data.

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