This browser or app may not be secure

mullachv shared this question 1 year ago
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Running Geogebra classic 6 on my macbook. Trying to sign-in using my Google account and I get this message after I supply my gmail user ID:

"This browser or app may not be secure..."

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You'll need to sign in with your GeoGebra username and password (you can add a password to your account if you don't have one already)

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You'll need to sign in with your GeoGebra username and password (you can add a password to your account if you don't have one already)

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Thank you @Michael BorcherdsThat solved it.

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But I've never needed to create an account; I've just signed in using my Google account, and now all my files are stored under that account. If I create a new account I presumably won't have access to those files (or would it work if I "created" it using my gmail.com address)? Please advise!

P.S. This is only happening because I downloaded geogebra-classic on Ubuntu and am now trying to sign in using that program rather than a browser.

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Where does it say create a new account?


Log in here and follow instructions above http://accounts.geogebra.org/

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As said, I know how to create a NEW account; what I want is to access my EXISTING account which I've previously been accessing just fine with my Google ID. Please see the attached screen shots of the dialog I've been getting.

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It seems not to have uploaded the screenshot between the other two; hopefully it's attached this this reply.

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Hello, I had the same problem, I work on linux and the app seems insecure to google. My workaround was to go to configuration of my account on my normal browser (chromium in my case) and choose a "new password" for my account, that way I can use my google account except that I need to introduce the mail address and the password.

Hope this helps

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