The era of traditional online security measures is over thanks to password-free logins. Yahoo has just jumped on the train by announcing its new encrypted email technology. Working with what the Yahoo team has labeled 'on demand' passwords, people will be able to benefit from a two-step authentication without needing to rely on a permanent password.
By introducing password-free logins, Yahoo ensures that people's online information stays safe while ensuring the process is more convenient all around. "The first step to eliminating passwords," says Yahoo VP Dylan Casey, this system opens up a world of possibility. The next step will be to figure out how to create a more secure platform in the event a person's device falls into the wrong hands.
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