Google is rolling out a new feature for its Google Play store that requires users to create their own captchas.
Captchas, also known as signature-based verification, are an important part of many digital identity apps, as they help secure your account, as well as prevent hackers from impersonating you online.
It’s also a feature that Google and other services like Facebook and Twitter use to verify users in order to prevent hackers or phishers from hijacking your account.
In order to use the new feature, users must create a Google Account and provide their email address, password, and a link to their Google Play Store account, according to a Google Blog post.
The captcha will be created automatically once your Google account is set up, but you can change it at any time.
Once the captcha is created, users will be prompted to type their Google Account password.
Once you’ve typed your Google Account’s password, you’ll be presented with the captcha options and you can choose to accept or decline.
Users can also opt to receive an email from Google with instructions on how to verify their account and download a verification link to a new Google Play account.
Once the verification link is downloaded, users can click “OK” to confirm their decision and the captcha will start generating.
Google will remove the old captcha feature from its Play store in March.
This means that anyone using the captcha system can no longer generate captchases for themselves, even if they are already logged in.
Google has said it will also remove the captcha from all of its other services, including the Chrome Web Store, and the Chrome web browser itself.
The company will continue to use CAPTCHA-based authentication for Google accounts.
Captcha verification is one of several security measures that Google has taken to improve its security.
Google said that it had already removed a large number of phishing and bot attacks.
In October, the company said it had identified about 2.5 million phishing attempts and blocked 1.4 million spam attacks.