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Find pembukaan Samsung devices

(Topic created: 09-24-2022 10:22 PM)
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MutazAlrachdan
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I FOUND pembukaan It enables people connected to a private Wi-Fi network to know the password by using Google lens.

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MutazAlrachdan
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Please solve this problem Wi-Fi_QR_code_NETGEAR39-5G_1000003172_1664082777.jpgScreenshot_20220925_011426_Google.jpg
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JawshDarnit
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Wow! Huge oversight. Definitely needs fixing, I think maybe on the Google lens side though.
MutazAlrachdan
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Yes, but Samsung works on the Google operating system So Samsung and Google should work on this. Because not only Samsung phones have this problem all the phones those work On Google operating system.
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productfred
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I don't know what "pembukaan" is, but from your comment below -- it sounds like you're saying that Google Lens is able to read the Wifi sharing QR code, and therefore get the password.

That's just the nature of a QR code. Normally, someone would just open their normal camera app to scan it and connect to the network. However, it doesn't run on magic -- the phone is able to do this because the password is stored in the QR code.

So, yeah, if you use Google Lens or any QR code app to scan the code, it's going to tell you what's stored in it...

If you don't want people to know the password, then only share the QR code from your phone (versus printing it out), so that you can make sure that people are only scanning it with their camera app.
Tom6068
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Sharing it doesn't stop one from scanning it for the password. The better solution is to use the guest sharing feature on wifi accounts, not the actual admin/owner of the network & its settings. Then it's own password can be created and the quest only has ability to use the internet, nothing else.

Also, the QR code in question if used to access the the primary wifi account cannot access the admin functions of the actual network settings and security. That's only if the person didn't use the same password for both the network & the admin router functions.
productfred
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Right. That's why I said that if OP wants to continue to use the feature, but is nervous about the password being read -- he should offer the QR code from his phone screen so he can see what people are doing.
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USBetaModerator2
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Hello, 

Thank you for your feedback.  It has been shared with our usability team for review.

We appreciate your contribution to the Beta Program.

Regards,

One UI Beta Team

 

 

 
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