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Google is about to make two-factor authentication the default for tens of millions of accounts

Holding your whole on-line accounts and their passwords safe will be troublesome particularly for those who’re not utilizing a password manager which is why Google plans to allow two-factor authentication (2FA) for an extra 150m customers by the top of the 12 months.

The search big checks the safety of 1bn passwords every day to guard the accounts of its customers from being hacked. One of many ways in which Google does that is by means of its password supervisor which is constructed immediately into Chrome, Android and the Google App. 

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