- Now Google will make 2 factor authentication mandatory
- Users can secure the account via 2FA with their mobile number.
- 2FA will be automatically applied to Google account.
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Google has announced this in its blog on the occasion of World Password Day. Google has written in its blog that in the year 2020, how strong is my password was searched up to 300 percent. Many people use long and strong passwords, but not enough. In short, Google will now make 2FA mandatory. However, the company did not say when it would start.
“2FA will be launched soon,” wrote Mark Risher, Google’s director of management, identity and user security. Users can secure the account via 2FA with their mobile number. ‘ He also mentioned Chrome’s in-built password manager and the recently launched password import feature. He added, “1000 passwords of third party sites in Google Chrome can be uploaded to Google Password Manager for free.”
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