How do you use a smartphone for two-step verification to log in to your Google accounts?
ernard 2 years ago
I've heard about Google offering a two-step verification process for log-in. Perhaps I'm being paranoid, but it seems as if there is a significant data breach every few days, and I want to find the right balance of security and convenience, and the security part of that equation has been growing in importance to me. Has anyone used this log-in method? If so, how much of a hassle is it to use, and is it worthwhile in the end?
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