The trick you need to know if you want to keep your Google passwords safe

Google, which began as an information search page, currently offers a wide range of products, including email, online payment systems, video platforms, among others. To use all these services, the company provides an application that helps manage and protect user data, offering an account with exclusive access for the person who knows all this security data.

In addition, the application offers the possibility of saving passwords in its database to make it easier to open accounts. Because of this, the same company recommends creating combinations of numbers, letters and special characters to prevent this data from being stolen. In addition, Google It also provides some recommendations to apply to all equipment as an extra security measure.

There are several very easy methods to apply to have strong passwords.

Step by step to verify Google passwords

The first thing you should do is go to the top right of the search engine and click on the three dots, which will open a drop-down menu. There, you must go to the “Settings” option. Once inside, look for the “Autofill and passwords” option.

Google has several security methods.

Then, another search engine will open and type “Password manager Google”. A tab called “Review” will appear on the left side. You must click and press the circular icon to refresh the page.

Google
Google gives a report on the status of passwords.

This way, the information will be updated and give a more accurate report on all passwords saved on the site. Among the data it offers is the security of the keys and whether any of them were leaked or are part of a stolen database.

In that case, it is advisable to update it and avoid the risk of losing that specific account. This type of review should be performed at least once a month to verify that all data remains secure.

 
For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News
 

-

PREV These 70 paid apps and games for Android are free or with juicy discounts for a limited time
NEXT It’s not Apple’s latest release, but this iPhone 14 is a real bargain today