How To Keep Your Gmail Account Secure From Hackers

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  1. Oli says:

    Good tips. I’d like to a couple more –

    1. Please ensure your “recovery email” account is also strongly secured and protected. (This is the backup email address you have to reset your Google password, in case you need to.)

    2. You can also consider using a physical security key—I’d recommend YubiKey—to add an extra good layer of protection. If you have a strong need to ensure added security, you can certainly consider this. For example, I use it for my office computers and start-up accounts. So, now I am more assured that even if someone targets to log into my commercial account, s/he won’t simply be able to (reasonably saying).

    Hope you find it useful. Thank you!

    Best regards

    • Karrar Haider says:

      Thanks for the nice additions Oli. If you have confidential information stored inside Gmail —for example if you are working at corporate level— then a physical key will surely help.

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