So what if Gmail goes down and you can’t access your email for hours or days? If you are like many, you will flip out especially if Gmail is your only email service. Although there is a limited choice of free and premium email services that are reliable, not one is 100% reliable. Being loyal to one email service can have disastrous consequences if that website goes down or is closed.
When you are using a public computer e.g. at the library, hotel, airport or internet café, typing in your password and username is not a safe way to log into your Gmail account. You risk having your Gmail login password intercepted by key loggers and session cookie hijackers.
It’s not only internet security experts that are aware of the vulnerability of passwords, but the makers of Gmail are also aware of this. That is why Google has been experimenting with more secure methods of logging into an account such as QR login and 2 step verification. Two-step authentication has been implemented for Gmail users, but the QR login experiment was discontinued.
Although Google has abandoned QR login for Gmail, you can still use third party applications that allow you to log into your account using QR codes. These applications require you to set up your email account credentials once, and after that you will never need to type in your password or username again.
Just like Two-Step Verification, a Gmail QR login provides a second layer of protection. If your password is stolen or cracked, the attacker will not be able to log into your Gmail account. A smartphone or mobile device that can scan QR codes on a web browser is required to log into your account. Your smartphone or cellphone is the only way to log into your account, and thus, this method is safe to use on non-secure computers.
How to Make Quick Gmail Login with QR code login Technology:
Basically, to make use of QR login, you will need a secure QR login application, a modern cellphone or smartphone with scanning capabilities, and a computer with web browser. The application will generate a QR code that will be displayed on the browser and you should scan this code with your smartphone to sign in. A pin code that is sent to your mobile phone is generated and you should enter the pin to log into your account. So if a thief steals your password, he won’t be able to sign in unless he gets hold of your smartphone.
This is a free QR login application that allows you to securely log into your Gmail account in 3 easy steps.Digipass also provides 2 Step Verification and Password Manager solutions.
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This tests pits Opera Turbo (version 12.16) against Firefox Mozilla (version 20.0.1).There is a lot being said about Opera Turbo’s unique optimization for slow internet, so to find out if Opera Turbo does what it does, it had to be tested against the best web browser you can find on planet earth – and this is none other than Firefox Mozilla.
Time and again, Firefox proves to be the best browser for many purposes. It is developed and managed by passionate folks who are continuously updating and making significant improvements to the best browser in the world. Firefox Mozilla has not only taken a lead in innovative web browser development, but it has also gained the trust of millions of users around the world, being named the Most Trusted company when it comes to respecting user privacy. People trust Mozilla more than Facebook and yes the almighty Google.
Back to Firefox vs. Opera Turbo. Which one is faster on extremely slow internet? So as they say “The proof of the pudding is in the eating”. If Opera Turbo is really fast, then it should be tested.
After downloading and installing Opera Turbo [See this Post], there were high expectations for this for this web browser to perform, considering its most touted proxy server data compression technology. Impressive as the technology seems to be, it is only the user who can make the final verdict on performance. So here is how the test was done:
Starting with Opera Turbo, a Google search was done for the keyword “Google”. Among the results, we had to open a result from Wikipedia. Opera Turbo took forever to open the Wikipedia site. Even after an hour, the browser couldn’t open the Wikipedia site.
Immediately after opening Opera Turbo, a simultaneous test was done on Firefox Mozilla. Clicking the search result opened the Wikipedia site in less than 3 minutes.
Results: Hands down, Firefox was the winner!
|Less Than 3 Minutes To Load Wikipedia|
|It Takes Forever To Load Wikipedia|
When it comes to speed browsing, Opera has made significant improvements in an attempt to beat Firefox Mozilla. Without a doubt, FirefoxMozilla is the best overall web browser that you can find on planet earth, and to find out if Opera Turbo is up to scratch, you have to test the two browsers on slow internet. The laudable thing about Opera is that it is one of the most innovative browsers after Firefox Mozilla. It has managed to come up with a unique innovative technology that allows for faster browsing on slow internet. If you have been struggling to log into Gmail faster or browse any website with lightning speed, then one of the things you should do is try Opera Turbo. It is recommended to have multiple browsers on your computer for testing purposes, but you will always use the default browser on your computer subconsciously most of the time.
What makes Opera unique is that it has one of a kind technology which originated from the experimental Opera Mini browser for mobile devices. Users of mobile devices know that websites load faster on this platform than on a computer with extremely slow internet. This experiment led to the development of Opera Turbo, a speed browser for Windows and Mac OS computer systems.
When you install Opera Turbo on your computer, you are supposed to notice a huge increase in website loading speed when you are connected to slow internet. A small increase in website loading speed should be noticed on faster internet but there will be a significant reduction in consumed bandwidth. Bandwidth is the flow of traffic caused by visitors to the site in a specific period of time.
The Opera Turbo browser works by compressing the traffic (data), sending it to Opera Turbo servers for further compressing. After compressing the data, the servers will unpack the data and send it to the user. This operation significantly reduces the loading time of any website that is accessed via the Opera Turbo browser. It has been reported that the servers can compress the data by as much as 80% of the original size but users will still be able to see the original layout of the website, meaning that there will be no loss of information except reductions in image resolution.
Opera Turbo will not re-route and compress secure WebPages that make use of an SSL certificate, instead these pages will be accessed directly. Examples of such WebPages include payment processors, bank account logins or any encrypted webpage.
After reading this post, you should have an idea about the benefits of using Opera Turbo. The advantages of Opera Turbo are as follows:
– Faster web browsing
– Reduced system bandwidth
– Reduced internet costs for internet plans that charge per megabyte.
– Ability to browse many WebPages with limited megabytes.
– Save you from stress caused by slow internet.
– Log into Gmail and other Email much faster
Which Version to Download?
The latest version of Opera should come integrated with Opera Turbo, if not, then you should download the Opera portable edition 12.16 for Windows. This is a 13MB web browser with many nice features including the almighty Opera Turbo. Opera Turbo is completely free, here is the download link:
How to Activate Opera Turbo on Opera Portable Edition 12.16
To use Opera Turbo, download and install the portable version of the Opera browser. Double click the executable file and run the program. Follow the instructions and in less than 3 minutes, you will have access to the Opera Browser.
Open the browser, and click the small icon at the bottom left hand corner of the browser. This is the third icon from the left, and it will indicate that Opera Turbo is disabled. Click the icon and check “Enable Opera Turbo”. This will redirect your web browser into Opera Turbo mode. Enjoy the speed surfing.