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Google improves the security tool for devices connected to an account

Therefore, at this time you can find out more details of what appears in the list of equipment and terminals that have been used (we recommend that what you see in this link be managed in the best possible way, since in this way I know increases security from the Google account). The fact is that now, for example, it is possible to know the date of the last use of a tablet or laptop and, even, if at any given moment one of them is being used -and thus check if someone does it for themselves user if this is not who does it-. By the way, options such as revoking permits remain in force, which is positive.

In addition, a shortcut to Android device searchTherefore, if something suspicious is detected, such as that the mobile terminal has been lost or stolen, it is possible to erase its content or activate a remote alarm system. And, of course, being able to roughly locate the place where it is if it is turned on, of course.

In addition, to ensure the integrity of the Google account, additionally at the top there is a link called Protect your account that allows managing its security in the event that something suspicious is detected. When using it, a new page is accessed where it is possible to change the password for this to enter a new recovery option. In this way, it is ensured that no intruder accesses it. And, all this, as you can see in the images that we leave in a simple and intuitive way (and in perfect Spanish, which is also important).

Security change in Google accounts

Good news from Google, therefore, as it is always positive that they are established additional protocols when it comes to protecting accounts -and by extension information- and, if this has to do with mobile devices, always susceptible to being stolen, then better than better. The truth is that once we have verified how the new tool is, we recommend that it be used regularly (in my case it is already a favorite in the browser).

Source: Google