Remove Devices That Have Access To Your Google Account
We use our Google Account to log into various devices several times a day and we tend to forget which devices have exact access to that account. You don’t need to worry about it anymore as we will explain to you how to manage and possibly remove your devices.
Google provides a page which you can access to check which devices like smartphones, tablets, PCs etc.have access to your Google account. You will get to see a list of all devices that have accessed your account in the last 28 days and also those that are currently logged in. Here you will also be able to view which location and with which browser you are logged in. it gives a good overview which lets you find out if the suspicious activity has taken place with your Google Account.
From the displayed list you can check the devices connected and deny access to your Google Account by following these steps.
- Open the browser on your PC or Mac and surf to this Google page.
- Log in with your Google Account if you have not already done so.
- You will now see an overview of all devices that have access to your Google account.
- Click on a device and then ‘Delete’ to deny access to your account.
Secure Your Google Account
You can detect any suspicious activity on your account as the page provides a good security check. The page comes with an option to change the password of your Google Account, check the recovery information and account rights or check the Gmail settings. We would advise you to enable two-step verification. This will enable an extra layer of security as far as your account is concerned as it will ask for a code when logging in.
Though you don’t need to enter the code anymore as Google has replaced the code by a confirmation on your smartphone. In this way, you can simply press the code to log in securely.
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