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Wired: Google’s ‘Advanced Protection’ Locks Down Accounts Like Never Before

Wired reports that Google has rolled out its Advanced Protection service, where personal Google account owners can require the use of FIDO U2F Security Keys for more secure login.

https://www.wired.com/story/google-advanced-protection-locks-down-accounts

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