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In March 2014 we reported at Naked Security about a spyware app for Google Glass that could take photos without the Glass display being lit.
Mike Lady and Kim Paterson, graduate researchers at Cal Poly, in California, uploaded to Play Store a Google Glass spyware app (disguised as a note-taking app called Malnotes).
With Mobile Connect, there's no need for either passwords or user names, so log-in is much simpler.
Sometimes, we avoid setting up usernames and passwords by logging in with our social network log-in details.
Just think how many different user names and passwords you have to set up to access websites and apps.
Your mobile provider won't pass on your mobile phone number unless you give your permission.
Google only discovered the Glass spyware and took it down from Play Store when the pair’s professor tweeted about their research experiment.
Perhaps the researchers were wrong to knowingly violate Google’s developer policies to serve up their spyware – but it’s a warning sign that even the all-powerful Google can’t completely secure Google Play against malicious apps.
With typical username/password schemes, there's a danger that other people will discover or guess your password and steal your identity by gaining access to your details via your online accounts.
With Mobile Connect however, you use your mobile number and mobile phone to verify your identity.