Strengthen Account Security By Adding Advanced Protection

To help protect your e-mail, documents, contacts, or other personal data, Advanced Protection uses a security key. Even if the hacker managed to steal your password, they will not be able to access your account without the security key you created.

IPHEDIA.com - Advanced Protection is Google's strongest account security feature, with a few restrictions on your account. You can also register for the Advanced Protection Program to add a layer of account security.

Advanced Protection is recommended for anyone who is at risk of being targeted by online attacks, from journalists, activists, business leaders to IT admins.

How to Enable Advanced Protection

You can immediately activate Advanced Protection using a phone default security key that qualifies. However, if you do not have an eligible cellphone, you must first purchase a security key and then activate Advanced Protection.

1. With a cellphone default security key

If you have a smartphone running Android 7.0 or higher, you can use the default security key to activate Advanced Protection.

Important things that you should not do if you register for Advanced Protection, do not change your password or delete your phone from the list of trusted devices until you have added at least one backup security key to your Google Account.

Make sure you log in to your Google Account through Chrome on a computer, Chromebook, iPhone or iPad. If you have more than one eligible Android phone, choose one to register for Advanced Protection.

Register for Advanced Protection by following the onscreen instructions. Add or buy an additional backup security key.

Tip: To prevent your account from being locked if your phone is lost or replaced, it is highly recommended that you buy one or more backup security keys. Learn more about security keys.

2. With 2 security keys purchased

If you don't have an Android phone that has a default security key, you can buy a security key first and then register for Advanced Protection.

Buy a security key that is compatible with the device you are using. Activate Advanced Protection by following the onscreen instructions.

Tip: To use a security key with an iPhone or iPad, a Bluetooth key must first be added to your Google Account. Then, you can download the Smart Lock application to log in to your Google Account on your iPhone or iPad using a security key.

How to Work Advanced Protection

To help protect your e-mail, documents, contacts, or other personal data, Advanced Protection uses a security key. Even if the hacker managed to steal your password, they will not be able to access your account without the security key you created.

A security key is a small physical device that helps prove that you are the one logging in to your cellphone, tablet or computer.

In addition, you can also use the default security key on iPhone devices running iOS 10+ or ​​Android 7+. You only need a security key when you first log in on a computer, browser, or device. After that, you will only be asked to enter your password. (as/ip)

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