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- Google brags about Gmail's 1.5 billion users
The company says:
Google is also introducing more notifications so you will be aware if a site or app is granted access to your account. There's also a new security process that's triggered if potentially unauthorized activity is detected. Google says it will help users:
- Verify critical security settings to help ensure your account isn't vulnerable to additional attacks and that someone can’t access it via other means, like a recovery phone number or email address.
- Secure your other accounts because your Google Account might be a gateway to accounts on other services and a hijacking can leave those vulnerable as well.
- Check financial activity to see if any payment methods connected to your account, like a credit card or Google Pay, were abused.
- Review content and files to see if any of your Gmail or Drive data was accessed or mis-used.