How it Works and Enabling Password Notifications to Keep Google Accounts Safe - Password notifications will really help you prevent and keep your Google account safe from phishing.

Phishing is a method of committing fraud by tricking the target with the intention of stealing the target's account.

To enable password notifications, you first need to log in to Google Chrome and log into your Google Account.

With password notifications, your Google Account, including info that has been stored in Gmail or YouTube, will be protected from phishing.

If you add password notifications to your Chrome browser, you'll get automatic notifications when your Google password is used to sign in to sites other than Google.

The addition of password notifications other than on a computer or laptop, also applies to handphones (HP).

That way, you can still use your Google Account password to sign in to Google apps and services, such as Gmail, YouTube, Chrome, and Play.

So, using the same password on a site other than Google will trigger a password notification, which also protects your account.

Then, how does it work and activate your Google account password notification to avoid phishing? Here's how.

How Password Notifications Work

Once you've enabled password notifications, you'll get a notification every time your Google Account password is used to sign in to a site other than Google.

You can ignore the notification or take action. For example, you can change your password if you think someone else knows your account information.

Also, keep in mind that password notifications don't permanently store passwords or keystrokes, or send passwords or keystrokes to anyone.

If you use the same password for all accounts, we recommend changing your Google Account password. Otherwise, when one of the accounts is compromised, all accounts can be compromised.

Turn on Password Notification

To enable password notifications, first log in to Google Chrome and sign in to your Google Account.

Go to the Chrome store and download Password Alert. Follow the on-screen instructions. Then, sign in to your Google Account again to get started.

Keep in mind, password notifications to keep your account only work with Chrome browser, not Firefox or other browsers.

Disabling Password Notifications

In addition to enabling account password notifications, you can also disable them. It's easy, just select activate or deactivate.

It depends on you, if you feel that using password notifications is better, why should it be disabled.

However, if activating password notifications feels complicated, you can also disable them through the Google account you created.

To turn off password notifications, you must first sign in to Google Chrome and sign in to your Google Account.

At the top right, select More. Select More Features. Select Extension. Look for Password Alert in the list of extensions. Then, you select Delete. How easy is it? (as/ip)

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