Google announced on Monday that Pixel smartphone owners can verify their identity in Google services on the Internet using a fingerprint scanner instead of entering a password. This feature is currently available on Pixel smartphones. Over the next few days, it will appear on other Android devices running Android 7 and higher.
Using the FIDO2 standard, designed to improve online authorization, users will need to register a fingerprint or lock screen on their smartphone. They can then be used in applications or compatible Google services on the Internet. If you are concerned about the confidentiality of your information, your fingerprint will reportedly not be sent to Google's servers.
It will be saved on the smartphone of the user himself. Servers will only receive confirmation that the scanned fingerprint matches the one stored on the device. The message will be encrypted. The operation of the new system can be tested on your Android device, if the required version is installed. Also, a Google Account must be logged in. The device must have a configured lock using a fingerprint scanner, pin code, or pattern.
Then you need to do the following: Open Chrome and go to https://passwords.google.com, select the site you want to view, and follow the on-screen instructions to verify your identity. So you no longer have to remember complex passwords to log in to Google services on the Internet. It is impossible to remember difficult passwords; if you record them, there is a chance of a leak, and passwords that are easily remembered are easy to crack.