Google is changing the way it handles 2FA
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Google backup codes now have their own dedicated page
Google is making it easier for users to sign into their accounts using backup codes after losing their smartphone with a new dedicated backup codes page.

When users set up two-factor authentication (2FA) or two-step verification (2SV) as the search giant refers to it, the company issues 10 backup codes that can be used to gain access to your account should you happen to lose your smartphone or your security key. Since you no longer have a second device to verify that it really is you, you'll need to enter these backup codes along with your Google credentials.

In an update to the Google Workspace blog, the company announced that it has created a dedicated backup code page instead of a pop-up. However, you'll…
Anthony Spadafora
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