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With Google My Business (and related services) you can add/remove managers to the business account without having to share credentials. The marketing company would need to have or create a Google account that you can then add to your My Business account in the Managers tab of your settings. Note that only the Owner on the account can add new managers.


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Indeed that is a security issue and if they have your login details, any angelic person working for that company who manages clients like you may not resist to the temptation in going further by simple curiosity or for more other serious reason to check your Gmail or other accounts. The only solution that remains to you is to contact that company to make a ...


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Yes it is possible. If tokens are server generated by creating a cryptographically secure random sequence stored against the account, this token could be refreshed and reissued on a certain interval, invalidating the old one. The token would only be refreshed on active use so it won't invalidate the old one when the client computer is off. This approach ...


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Is it possible to implement a login system that protects against this scenario, while still allowing your user the convenience of "Remember this computer for 30 days"? No. To put it bluntly, it is impossible. That will be a huge, complicated and simply a non feasible task for an authentication system to fulfill. All what you can do is to be ...


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The real AS to feed a false route is any AS along the AS path: 7908 --> 20080 --> 1251 --> |28571| |52888| --> 6447 you see in the 2 wrong announces of route to: 8.8.8.8/32 Hence all traffic toward 8.8.8.8/32 shoud be routed since this attack through ASes: |28571| |52888| --> 1251 --> 20080 --> 7908 ...


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Probably not. The information provided by that endpoint is fairly deterministic in nature, so anyone with enough motive (e.g. has 20 minutes to kill) can guess the details and generate the same password as you for that user. Additionally, that hash will fail every time (or often enough) a new token is issued, so you need to always keep the record updated. ...



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