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If you have an Apple ID, it might be worth it to set up two-factor authentication to prevent any unauthorized access. This is pretty easy to do from any Apple device. Afterward, new logins to your Apple ID will require your approval as well as confirmation of a PIN.
If you rely on a Google Account, you should pay close attention to any security events affecting it. That means regularly performing a security check, which you can do from your main Google Account page. The interface allows you to revoke the access of third-party applications, sign out from specific devices and enable two-factor authentication, […]
Two-factor authentication is a method of confirming users’ claimed identities by using a combination of two different factors: 1) something they know, 2) something they have, or 3) something they are. A good example of two-factor authentication is being frequently used on gmail.com. Every fresh login would ask for the password & a system generated […]
Data breaches happen all the time. Eventually, at least one of your accounts will likely be affected. To stay safe, always change your password as soon as possible after the breach is disclosed, and use a password generator to create something difficult to guess. You should also go further by implementing two-factor authentication if available.
Do you use Gmail? If so, it’s probably a good idea to set up two-factor authentication to ensure that even a stolen password isn’t enough for someone to break in. You can use SMS (text message) or, preferably, more secure methods like the Gmail mobile app to confirm each new login attempt.
If you ever want or need to change your phone number, be sure to check on your two-factor authentication (2FA) setups first. Many 2FA services use your phone number, meaning you might no longer get the needed texts or calls to access your accounts after changing. Use alternatives like authenticator apps or trusted devices instead […]
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