Google Chrome Updated
“Chrome 113.0.5672.63 (Linux and Mac), 113.0.5672.63/.64( Windows) contains a number of fixes and improvements…This update includes 15 security fixes.”
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Chrome for Android updated too.
OBS Studio 29.1
Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming (Windows, Linux, Mac).
Lots of updates, changes, and bugfixes.
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Google Security Blog: So long passwords, thanks for all the phish
“Starting today, you can create and use passkeys on your personal Google Account. When you do, Google will not ask for your password or 2-Step Verification (2SV) when you sign in…
Passkeys are a more convenient and safer alternative to passwords. They work on all major platforms and browsers, and allow users to sign in by unlocking their computer or mobile device with their fingerprint, face recognition or a local PIN.
When you add a passkey to your Google Account, we will start asking for it when you sign in or perform sensitive actions on your account. The passkey itself is stored on your local computer or mobile device, which will ask for your screen lock biometrics or PIN to confirm it’s really you. Biometric data is never shared with Google or any other third party – the screen lock only unlocks the passkey locally.
Unlike passwords, passkeys can only exist on your devices. They cannot be written down or accidentally given to a bad actor. When you use a passkey to sign in to your Google Account, it proves to Google that you have access to your device and are able to unlock it. Together, this means that passkeys protect you against phishing and any accidental mishandling that passwords are prone to, such as being reused or exposed in a data breach.”