Google is exploring its softwares and gadgets once again, fishing out a little cash and going to develop new security measures. This time, it is Israeli startup SlickLogin that is being put in the shopping cart.
You may not have heard of the company, and that’s because its services haven't even launched yet, but it is going to look into the two-factor authentication. Additional layers of security are being added by every website, and SlickLogin has an interesting alternative to the traditional password.
Google has picked up an Israeli security company called Slicklogin that uses noises for passwords.It aims at offering a new login and security authorisation approach.
Slicklogin has confirmed the deal on its website today.
The Google team said on its website "We started Slicklogin because security measures had become very complicated and there are the problems regarding breaching of security".Google set out to improve security while still making it simple for people to log in.
Slicklogin is an Israelian company that is launched last year and offers a simple sounding and interesting login system. Its users hold their smartphone near their computer and a sound is received. Slicklogin talks to the PC gentlly, but recommend it to sign you in. The organisation says that this approach makes security easy and fresh, promising that users can just place your phone next to your laptop or tablet to log in.When you put your smartphone near to your PC,the smartphone makes a noise and the PC receives the noise and then it will login to your laptop.
"Today we're announcing that the Slicklogin team is going to collaborate with Google, a company that shares our core beliefs that logging in should be easy instead of frustrating, and authentication should be effective without getting in the way",Google team said.
"Google is the first company that strated to offer two-step verification for security purpose to everyone for free of cost and they're working on some other great ideas that will make the internet safer for everyone."