By Associated Press EditorsPosted October 02, 2018 08:52:57 When someone asks for an inquiry, they often ask for an email address, not a password.
But sometimes the email address can help with authentication.
A new security feature that lets users enter their email addresses on verification sites makes it possible to securely verify emails without requiring a password or email address.
This feature is available for roblx, the largest online retailer for online shopping, which lets users verify an account or purchase by typing an email into their browser, and then clicking a confirmation link.
“If you are buying from the roblax site, you will get a verification link in your browser,” said Rob Leibowitz, the senior vice president of marketing for rolx, which is owned by Amazon.com Inc. It has more than 40 million users worldwide.
To use this feature, people need an email account and a valid password to verify a purchase.
Users can get an email with an email verification link or enter a valid email address in their browser to get a confirmation email.
It’s a simple, yet secure way to verify an email that comes from an email you’ve sent.
“It’s great if you’re just looking to make sure you’re on the same mailing list as the rolxs people,” said Matt P. Taylor, the chief information officer at rolix.com, which provides verification services.
Taylor said that he could see the benefit of verifying email addresses by email, but he also said that it was a great way to be able to verify transactions that were not in a rolax shop, such as when someone is trying to buy goods from an online retailer.
“I don’t see a reason why people couldn’t just email me and say, ‘Hi Rob, I’m sorry I didn’t get your email,'” he said.
“I don (think) you can trust people if they can’t be trusted.”
Some people may think that email addresses can be easily verified by simply typing them into their browsers, Taylor said.
But it’s not that simple, he said, because people often have to make their own assumptions about who they think they are.
Some rolox sellers are also using email addresses to verify sales and make other types of purchases, such in-person appointments or credit card transactions.
“There’s no such thing as a secure email address for rologs,” Taylor said, adding that if you’ve been on rolog for more than a day, you might have more confidence in someone else’s email than you do in your own.
The rolod features are not a replacement for password-based authentication methods.
Users still need to enter their own passwords to log into their accounts and verify purchases, Taylor added.
But with a more secure method to verify purchases on rolxes site, he thinks users will see a decrease in the amount of time they spend trying to get an inquiry answered.
“We’re seeing that the more people are using rolog, the more they are trusting that we can do it securely,” he said.
“There’s a good chance that people will be less likely to go out and look for a new customer.
There’s a real incentive for them to spend more time looking for their next purchase.”
Some rolog users also worry that it’s possible to make fraudulent purchases using an email-verified payment method.
“Even if it’s a legit payment method, you’re still making them feel like they’re being trusted,” Taylor noted.