I've even seen memory sticks left in usb ports to gather information. Way too often when I'm reading job descriptions or talking with Human Resource folks I feel like I'm stuck in some kind of warp with Kendall Jenner in that ill-conceived Pepsi video. Proposed this solution before it went live. Both options are done instantly. I still think the only way to remove this is to either quit the application Firefox or do the 4-click Remove an account process.
This thread has gotten off subject a little bit, but you have gone back to the basics and I thank you for that. Google, and it's obsession with tracking us. Nothing else seems to have been adversely affected yet. Enough with the ring around the website that does not work. How was this login supposed to be faster or more secure? I've been clicking left and right in various locations on the Crystal Cee and Andy B.
So how is an email address a security risk? The idea would then be for complainants here to mull the best one or more individuals there to contact, and then send such individual or individuals e-mails in each case identifying oneself asking pitching a request to ComputerWorld to please report on the Gmail complaint thread here at. Do you have any thoughts as to what the verbiage there could say to make it more clear, assuming the new sign in is here to stay? This change in sign in behaviour makes a mockery of Google's claimed focus on end user security. I have multiple Gmail addresses and do not want all of them showing on my default sign in screen. Looks like a pretty nice help article by the way. Further, if it happens to you, that computer supervisor may well be the person you're depending on to help you by logging back into the system to check for and to actually close those windows. I am in and out a couple of dozen email accounts for customers. Or if you're a Windows user, you have Windows updates with their security patches turned off.
Next, you will be prompted to enter a password. That decision is left to you. After signing into my account s I can simply close the browser - and the next time I open the browser, I have to enter my username and password to access my account s. A mailing account is simply an online email account that allows registered users to be able to sending and receiving mails from other mailing services. I can close the private one without affecting what I am doing on the other.
I suspect that this happens, though, because the upper-management folks have ordered this, but I am not sure. Since I was in Youtube, I clicked my Avatar there and Signed out. What's the point in having a password? I won't try to detail any of them now, as you can probably think of several with your imagination. It's not browser auto-fill because that's done by the browser or a password management utility. Google gives up for the next sign in and we are back to the new old page telling me that the sign in page is on the way. What now makes it worse are the restrictions on carrying computers of any type, no matter how small, in cabin luggage. Once it became clear the company had set new policies upon their Community Managers that dictated the manner in which they communicate with the community it was a time of considerable thought for me.
Making it easy for you to access your documents anytime and anywhere. Now it takes one select and 5 clicks. It's been my experience that if you bother to let a computer area supervisor know about it, they may often not have much concern, and will assure you that all browsers get automatically closed whenever you logout or whenever a session is interrupted, which of course, is not always the case. I am in Firefox version 53. However, what you may not realize from maybe just thinking of your everyday experience, is that there're a number of scenarios where you may want to have your account info removed from a browser, but not necessarily have to close all the windows and tabs for that same browser. You do need more than one account registered to the same phone number to baffle Google and make it fail to find your account by the phone number.
What this forum shows is that there is a vocal minority that feel very strongly that it should work differently. Or, we'll all just have to get resigned to the new screen, insecure as that might be. But for people who think Google's security is too intrusive, I tell them to check that out. There are often other reasons unrelated to that particular session cookie where I don't want to go around and close all the windows and tabs open in that same particular browser. Some of them I think I've only half figured out, since I don't use it so regularly.