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How to stop Android 13 from revealing your passwords

January 19, 2023

Via: TechSpot

Android 13 lets users see and edit whatever is in the clipboard, but the feature could also reveal sensitive data, like passwords, to whoever else might be looking at a device’s screen. If an app doesn’t mark that information as private, activating autofill in the settings can circumvent the problem.

Starting with Android 13, whenever Android users copy text, images, or other information, a bubble appears at the bottom of the screen displaying what the user just copied. From there, users have a variety of options with the clipboard’s contents: they can edit, share, and use the text or images to perform actions across different apps.

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