Google Authenticator vs Microsoft Authenticator – Which one is better?

Google Authenticator vs Microsoft Authenticator which one is better

If your main objective is to secure your accounts with Two-Factor Authentication, both Google Authenticator and Microsoft Authenticator are great choices. However, when you consider many additional options offered by the former, the choice becomes clear. Main differences between Google and Microsoft Authenticator apps. Microsoft Authenticator offers an optional Cloud Backup which is not available …

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Is Free Antivirus Good Enough, or Should I Buy One?

Is Free Antivirus Good Enough, or Should I buy One

Almost every company offers free Antivirus software that provides basic protection. The challenge is to decide if that basic protection is good enough for your needs. Ultimately, the way you interact with your computer and the internet will dramatically impact your online safety. Therefore, that interaction should be a driving factor when deciding whether to …

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How do I manage my passwords?

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You can manage your passwords by using a dedicated Password Manager, browser-based Password Manager or a sheet of paper. With the help of these tools and a few simple password management principles, you can dramatically increase the safety of your passwords. Password management doesn`t have to be complicated. Whichever tool you use, remember to take …

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Should I use Two-Factor Authentication?

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You should definitely use Two-Factor Authentication, and there is no excuse not to. Although not perfect, the 2FA is the best option you have to add another level of security to your account. According to Google, research on “How effective is basic account hygiene at preventing hijacking?” using On-device prompt as your Two-Factor Authentication may stop …

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Google Chrome: How to view, backup and restore your passwords?

Viewing Google Chrome Passwords

How to view passwords in Google Chrome? In the address bar type: chrome://settings/passwords to view locally saved passwords. You can also type: http://passwords.google.com to view the passwords in your Google account. If you can’t find any passwords in your Google Account, that usually means that the sync option in your browser is inactive and the …

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