Google already offers users several options to help ensure the security of their Gmail account. However, never one to rest on its laurels, the company is testing out another secure log-in option that uses QR codes.
I don't see how this is a good idea. Like Freggo, I'm left wondering if all I have to go is get ahold of someones smart phone for a bit. Go to site, scan, enter URL, and I'm into their Gmail acct? Potential for abuse is rather high I would think.
pity goldman sach's CEO's didn't find it and use it, i'm so inspired i thought of 5 ways to exploit it for incredible illegal financial gain in less then the first 3 seconds of reading the paragraph of how it works.
Near Feild Technology is so exploitable it's going to be a mf disaster that can be used to cause a financial meltdown of the world when it hits it's peak if exploited to it's fullest at the right time.