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Google Shares How It Safeguards Users in Google Wifi to Stay Safe Online

Shruti Gupta
Shruti Gupta
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As we are moving high with technology we need more and more security for safer browsing, communication, sharing data and etc. We need safer and safer connections but there is one thing that is still out of your mind and it is the safety of your home network. On safer Internet Day Google shared a couple of insights like how it secures users accounts or fights with span in Gmail. Now the search giant unveiled how to protect users on Google WiFi and provides security and that too with multiple layers of protection.

Secure and protection to the core

Google WiFi does not easily boot unless it verifies that it’s authoritative Google WiFi Software. This procedure is “Verified Boot” and Google WiFi is extremely difficult to target. To change the settings of Google WiFi you can use the Google WiFi mobile app which uses smart techniques like cloud-based security like other services uses e.g. Gmail. This product only allows changes when it’s from a Google-authenticated app.

Always Updating

In past to protect yourself against this attack and software, you have to discover that susceptibility in your router, then find the updated software to protect against it. Google WiFi protects you and constantly works for protection from botnets, and threats. Working with Google WiFi is like- from the cloud you get software updates to your home without knowing you.

Safety Mesh

It provides a fast and decent WiFi connection from edge to edge using mesh technology. Mesh technology is a multiple-point WiFi that connects themselves to create a blanket of coverage. These multiple points then create security keys and long and complicated passwords that are shared between all WiFi points. Security Key that is created by these points creates encrypted communication between points and devices on the network.

Put WiFi to test

Google WiFi is part of Google’s Vulnerability Reward Program which started in 2010 it also provides $100 to $20,000 rewards who identify bugs in Google’s app and these bugs are reported them to them so that they can fix them. Many contributors are working on this so that they can keep Google’s platform secure.

As far as Google’s security concerns are there different types of evolution to deal with this will take place. Enjoy tension-less WiFi connection with safe browsing.

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