Google account security pageSource: Joe Maring / Android Central

Google has announced that it will automatically enroll users into two-factor authentication in a move to better protect accounts. The announcement came as Google recognizes World Password Day.

In a blog post, Google stated that accounts that are “appropriately configured” will be enrolled soon, although did not elaborate on when the change will occur. With the 2FA turned on, logging into your Google account from your computer will send a prompt to any of the best Android phones that are linked to the account. You will have to confirm that it’s you trying to sign in.

Enabling two-factor authentication for everyone will ensure that there’s no unauthorized access to an account. Google highlights the security keys that are already built into Android devices like the Google Pixel 5, including tools it makes available for iOS users to enable the same…

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