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Why you should use 2FA

Why you should use 2FA – By Connor Nolan Android Police
You’ve probably heard of two-factor authentication (2FA for short) and that it’s super important to use whenever possible. If you watched this year’s WWDC presentation, you may have even seen Apple’s mention passwordless “PassKey” 2FA. If you were worried this was something only Apple was rolling out, it’s actually part of a joint effort between Apple, Google, Microsoft, and the FIDO alliance laid out a month before WWDC. Don’t worry—good security won’t be a platform exclusive any time soon. You just have to take advantage of it, and here’s why.

What to Look for When Buying a Laptop

What to Look for When Buying a Laptop: A Complete Guide – By Editor’s Choice
If you’ve been looking for a new laptop, you have probably come across a lot of confusing terms like CPU, GPU, RAM, and more. In order to make an informed purchase, it is important to understand what these basic terms mean. Here’s our guide on everything you need to know when buying a new laptop, so you can find one that works for you.

How to Use LastPass Authenticator

How to Use LastPass Authenticator – By Amber Steel
When protecting an online account, don’t settle for just a password. An authentication app adds an essential layer of security to keep hackers out. As an authentication app, LastPass Authenticator is quick to set up, easy to use, facilitates rapid logins, and creates a roadblock for bad actors without making it harder for you to log in. Here’s what you need to know about LastPass Authenticator, how it works, and why you should have it in your cybersecurity toolkit.

Bitwarden vs. LastPass:

Bitwarden vs. LastPass: How Do CNET’s Top Password Manager Picks Stack Up?-By See full CNET

A password manager used to be something that was just kind of “nice to have” — an ancillary player in your cast of online security tools. Now, using a password manager is an absolute necessity if you want to make sure that you’re properly protecting yourself online from threats like data theft and phishing.

How to Tell If Someone Accessed Your Google Account

How to Tell If Someone Accessed Your Google Account – By Jake Peterson Lifehacker

Unless you’ve sworn off Google for good, at least some part of your digital life is likely entwined with the company. Maybe you only have a Gmail account, or maybe you rely on Google for everything from personal photo storage to sharing files at work. Chances are excellent you have some important data connected to your Google Account, which makes it essential that you, and only you, have access to it.

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