Five tips from Google for safer web surfing.

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Google published a number of tips for safer Internet browsing for you and your family.
Google called on everyone to enhance the level of security when surfing the Internet by applying the following quick tips and directing young users to follow the same steps.
Google takes safety and security very serious, ensuring that all your personal information is safe. Following the following steps will ensure that you and your family enjoy a safer web surfing experience. This is not limited to using Google's chrome browser, but also to the world of the Internet in general.

1- Update your software periodically
To help protect your online activity, always use the latest software versions across browsers, operating systems, and applications on all your devices.

2- Use unique passwords for each account
Using the same password for multiple accounts increases the risk of security. It's like using the same key to lock your home, car, and office. A unique password for each account will remove these risks and enhance the security for your accounts.
Also, make sure each word is difficult to guess and consist of at least eight characters. You can use the password manager, in Google Chrome, to help you set up, protect, and track passwords for all your online accounts.

3- Google Accounts security check
Security check enhance your security while using Google, and gives you useful tips, such as reminding you to add a lock to your phone screen, check third-party access to your Google Account data, and show sites and apps that accessed your Google Account.

4- Add a phone number to recover your account and emember to update your recovery phone number or e-mail address when changed.
You can use your phone number or email address to notify you of suspicious activity in your account, or to help block anyone from using your account without your permission.