Google is about to make two-factor authentication the default for millions of accounts | #android | #security

Keeping all of your online accounts and their passwords secure can be difficult especially if you’re not using a password manager which is why Google plans to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) for an additional 150m users by the end of the year.

The search giant checks the security of 1bn passwords each day to protect the accounts of its users from being hacked. One of the ways that Google does this is through its password manager which is built directly into Chrome, Android and the Google App. 

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