Are you using sesame app? Since the introduction of Alexa’s Skills API, the platform has grown to be better each day as you can also do anything with it. With simple voice commands, you can now end up do things such as making an order for pizza, send money or purchase other products on Amazon.

The problem that seems to bother many people is that Echo can do all these things without your permission. This is when a person still talks to it without any sort of permission. This means it is possible for fraudsters to take advantage of the loophole.

During this past NY Hackathon, a team decided to build an app in an attempt to change all that. They built the Sesame App that lets you add voice authentication to some of the tasks on the Alexa skill platform. To use to the app, you need to switch to the web-based section of Alexa and give your command. The voice has to match the prerecorded passphrase.

The program will be working as a way bridging the gap between you and the Alexa skills platform. This way you will be sure that no one will easily access and make orders on your behalf. You do not want to lose a lot of money to fraudsters who are always waiting for such opportunities to come their way.