google cloud security
Security is our topmost priority. That is why here in iFeelTech, we do our best to not just give you high-quality service, but useful tips and guides as well. Although Google’s two-step verification feature has already been around since last year, people didn’t really realize its sheer importance until high-profile writer Mat Honan’s account was hacked earlier this month. In case you haven’t heard or read his story, you can check out the epic hacking of his Apple, Amazon, Gmail, and Twitter accounts via Wired. So, basically the two-step verification feature is actually an advanced sign-in security for your

Google account where in users will be required to input a second password upon logging into Gmail or any of Google‘s services. To enable the feature, simply follow these steps:

Step 1: First things first. Redirect yourself to click the “Sign-in” button. Once you are inside your Google account, click on your name with your picture at the upper right hand corner and select “Account.” From there, go to “Security” and hit the “Edit” button to push through with the two-step verification process. Google might require you to input your password once again.
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secure dropbox

If you’re a Dropbox user, we’ve got good news for you. Now, avid users of the highly popular file hosting service can enjoy a more secure experience, thanks to the newly added two-step verification feature. Dropbox discreetly announced the nifty functionality via its forums a couple of days ago following the reported security breach earlier this month. The company said that the new feature should add an “extra layer of protection” to all accounts. So, how do you enable the feature? Here’s how to do it:

Step 1: The first step is to visit this page. After logging in, you will be redirected to the security tab where you can enable the two-step verification right under the “Account sign in” section.


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