Google will use your mobile phone number for verification if you lose access to your account. Some people don’t want to provide that information to Google. That’s a mistake.
Yes, it’s possible. But you might want to ask a different question that will result in a more helpful answer.
Impatience leads to frustration. Frustration leads to desperation. Desperation often leads to more problems than you started with.
If I could have you prioritize one thing to improve your online experience, this would be it.
Using an on-screen keyboard instead of a real keyboard might stop some keyloggers, but there’s no guarantee that other techniques aren’t also being used.
It’s very common to want confirmation that an email has been opened, delivered, or read. In the age of spam, it’s simply not possible with any accuracy.
The biggest risk to your privacy is probably not what you think it is.
A zero-day attack is very simple: it’s the exploitation of a vulnerability before there’s a fix for…
In an apparent contradiction in terms, anything you post online is there…
SMS two-factor authentication may be flawed, but it’s still worth using if it’s the only practical alternative.