If you enjoy the unbeatable of two-factor authentication, you’re in luck: has now begun rolling it out to every user . Check your Account Management page to see if you can turn it on — and, to be brutally honest, once the roll out completes, every single one of us should use it. Two-factor authentication uses your password and another proof of identity — which in this case is an app called Authenticator, which runs on your smartphone. Every time you log in, you need to run the app and input the code it generates. The code is only good for a few seconds, which makes it very secure indeed.

757105c8edfactor.jpg 450x156 Google begins to enable two factor authentication across all accounts

Read more here:
Google begins to enable two-factor authentication across all accounts