Google Pushes Users To Use Multi-Factor Authentication By Enabling It By Default

In an attempt to block the attackers from taking control of users' accounts using compromised credentials or guessing their passwords, Google attempts to push multi-factor authentication for all users.

This way Google attempts to increase the security of users' accounts by removing the easiest way for hackers to acquire the credentials - phishing and data breaches.

2FA (multi-factor authentication) blocks unauthorized access by creating an extra defense layer designed to prevent malicious actors' attempts to log in.


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