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Google Play will alert users if their credentials appear in a security breach

PARIS, Sept. 8 (Benin News / EP) –

The latest update of Google Play includes a new feature that warns the user if their credentials have been found in a security breach and that they can change them.

The Mountain View company has incorporated this feature into the latest Google Play system update, which has reached its version 36.22 in early September, as explained on its support page.

This feature lets you notify the user if their credentials are linked to a security breach. To do this, the AutoComplete function alerts the user. Thereby, you can decide whether or not to change your password for more security.

Within the Google Store, the update also introduced an optimization of the process of installing and downloading its apps, as well as improving the performance of Play Protect, the service that checks whether an app is safe.

DEVELOPMENTS ON OTHER FRONTS

Google’s new update also includes new features on other fronts. This is the case of account management, which incorporates improvements in terms of synchronization and recovery of accounts.

On the other hand, Google Wallet has also implemented a series of visual signals that warn the user when locks, unlocks or starts his car. with a digital key.