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If you ever want to log into your Google account when you're at a public computer, where you're unsure whether or not there's a keylogger installed, there's now a simple solution. And it's from Google! First, point the (insecure) computer's browser at accounts.google.com/sesame . Now pull out your Android, iPhone, or other smartphone, open any app capable of reading QR codes ( Google Goggles is a fine choice, for example) and take a shot of the QR code that generated at accounts.google.com/sesame . When your phone's browser (which will need to be signed into your Google account) visits the URL encoded in the QR code, that will signal to Google's servers that you're at this computer, and the browser of questionable security will automatically log you into your Google account without any typing on your part.