Google provides a feature for Google Workspace (former G Suite) users called ‘Two-Step Verification,’ which is designed to improve the security of not only your Google Workspace account, but your entire online presence. If your Google account is ever hacked, a domino effect may ensue. You are particularly vulnerable if you reuse the same password for other accounts, such as Twitter or Facebook. If a hacker gets into one account, the chances are strong that the other accounts will also eventually be compromised.
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“It’s an extra step, but it’s one that significantly improves the security of your Google Account because it requires the powerful combination of both something you know — your username and password — and something that only you should have — your phone,” explained the product manager Nishit Shah, at the time.
A hacker would need access to both of these factors to gain access to your account. If you like, you can always choose a ‘Remember verification for this computer for 30 days’ option, and you won’t need to re-enter a code for another 30 days. You can also set up one-time application-specific passwords (ASP) to sign in to your account from non-browser-based applications that are designed to only ask for a password, and cannot prompt for the code.” In a nutshell, a hacker may trick you into compromising your password, and he will also manage to steal your mobile phone.
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