Google will make two-factor authentication the “default”

Two-factor authentication, or confirmation of logging into an account from another device, will become the default option for Google users, the company said on its blog.

Google will make two-factor authentication the “default”

When trying to log into an account, a notification will be sent to the user’s smartphone in the form of an SMS or a call to confirm the login.

“Using a mobile device to log in gives people more secure and secure authentication than using passwords alone.” leads Mark Richer, Director of Product Management, Google The Verge.

However, Google offers an alternative: instead of standard two-factor authentication, users will be able to use a physical security key like Titan.

The company previously wrote on its blog that 66% of Americans use the same password for accounts on most sites, making their “online life” insecure.

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