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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Hey Stop! You are Compromising Your Gmail security.

The tips and tools in this checklist by which you can help to prevent unauthorized access to your email account and secure your Gmail account if it was recently compromised.         


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How to secure your password?

Passwords of your Gmail account are the first line of defense against account hijackers. If it was recently compromised, you should change your password right now.

Think of a strong and memorable password

  • Always Use unique passwords for your accounts, especially important accounts like gmail and online banking. Choosing the same password for each of your online accounts is like using the same key to lock your home, car and office etc. – Do you know? If a criminal gains access to one, all of them are compromised.
  • Use a long and mixed with special characters password. The longer your password is, the harder it is to guess.
  • Use a password with a mix of letters, numbers, and special symbols.
  • Try using a phrase that only you know. For example, for your Gmail you could start with “My brother Tom and Jasmine send me a funny email once a day” and then use numbers and letters to recreate it. “MfT&Jsmafe1ad#” is a password with lots of variations.

Now Change your password

  1. Sign in to My Account section.
  2. In the “”Sign-in & security”” section, select Signing in to Gmail.
  3. Choose your Password.
  4. Enter your new password information, then select Change Passwords.

Tips for keeping your password safe and secure.

  • Don’t send your password via e-mail. Legitimate sites and services won’t ask you to send them your passwords via e-mail.
  • Keep your password reminders in a secret place that isn’t easily visible to anyone. Don’t leave notes with your passwords in plain sight, on your computer or work desk.
Learn more about creating strong passwords.