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4 hours ago Add security info to your account to make it easier to recover your account if it’s hacked. Because this info can help keep your account safe, it's important to keep it up to date. Add or update your security info on the Security basics page. Or, learn more about Security info & security codes and get steps to help protect your account today.

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3 hours ago microsoft has enabled security defaults to keep your account secure. turn off. Step-3: Then click on Properties and then click on Manage Security defaults like below: microsoft has enabled security defaults office 365. Step-4: Then it will open the Enable Security defaults option, here select No …

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7 hours ago Hi, i'm having issue when to sign in email in web browser & device , it show "keep your account secure". after i have key in the password. i already disable security default in Azure Active Directory Admin Centre> Azure Active Directory> Properties> Manage Security Default> "no" and save but the proble still persist. View best response.

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3 hours ago In addition to updating the password for your Outlook Data Files and folders, it is essential to ensure that you regularly update the password for your online Microsoft account. To do so, follow these steps: Log in to your Microsoft account and click the profile icon in the upper right. Select View Microsoft account from the drop-down menu.

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8 hours ago All users receive "Your organization needs more information to keep your account secure" when logon o365 web portal. Users can select "skip for now (XX days until is required)" but it will finally require all users to provide it. I will have some user …

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4 hours ago Sometimes, Microsoft 365 also forces you to set up Multi-factor authentication (MFA) within 14 days. We can easily turn off your organization needs more information to keep your account secure message. You can follow the below solutions to turn off the notification. Disable multi-factor authentication in Office 365

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4 hours ago As a result, Microsoft decided to lock me out completely from my account and force me to change my password. While I aknowledge the importance of the account security, I do prefer the way that google handle this type of situations: "Somebody tried to log in to your account from x location, y IP address.

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8 hours ago Microsoft account has a security feature called Trusted PC for verifying your identity automatically and performing sensitive actions. You can mark a device as trusted just by selecting a check box. When you're prompted to enter a security code to verify your identity, select the I sign in frequently on this device.

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2 hours ago If you receive a security alert from Microsoft and are concerned about its source, you'll know it's legitimate if it's from the Microsoft account team and sent from the address account-security[email protected]microsoft.com, like the following example. Learn more on Microsoft's support page What happens if there's an unusual sign-in to your account.

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1. Set up multifactor authentication. Multifactor authentication is the best way to protect yourself from someone stealing your login credentials, according to the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
2. Protect your password. Never use the same password for multiple accounts. There are lots of great password managers available to help you keep track of all your passwords, including the free LastPass.
3. Avoid phishing scams. If you get an email about the security of your Microsoft account, it could be a phishing scam -- a type of attack where hackers impersonate a company or someone you know to trick you into revealing personal information like passwords or credit card numbers.
4. Protect your apps. On your phone or desktop, only install and run apps from legitimate sources, like the app store for your device. If you're using Microsoft 365, using Microsoft apps to access those accounts is the most secure choice, according to the company.
5. Make it easy to recover your account. You can set up your account to make it easy to recover in case all else fails and you do get hacked. To do that, go to the Microsoft security basics page, and add in all the information, like your email address and phone number.

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9 hours ago A legitimate email message should originate from the Microsoft account team at account-security[email protected]microsoft.com. But here, the Georgia College help desk lists this exact email, from that exact sender address, as a phishing attempt.

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6 hours ago We’re committed to helping our users keep their personal information secure and private. A key part of our work is identifying and preventing unauthorized access to your Microsoft Account (including Outlook.com email and OneDrive) by anyone other than you. We’re taking an additional step today. We will now notify you if we believe your account

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8 hours ago Manage your trusted devices. Go to Microsoft’s security page, and create a list of the devices you use to sign in to your Microsoft account. If an unknown device tries to log in to your account, Microsoft’s security system will alert you about the problem. Use the Microsoft Authenticator app. This app lets you sign in without using a

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7 hours ago Secure your account access keys with Azure Key Vault: Microsoft recommends using Azure AD to authorize requests to Azure Storage. However, if you must use Shared Key authorization, then secure your account keys with Azure Key Vault. You can retrieve the keys from the key vault at runtime, instead of saving them with your application.

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2 hours ago A Microsoft account is free and you can use it to: Purchase apps from the Windows Store; Back up all your data using free cloud storage; Keep all your devices, photos, friends, games, settings, music, up to date and in sync. 5 ways to help protect your Microsoft account. Create a strong password. Strong passwords use a combination of uppercase

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2 hours ago Help protect your Outlook.com email account. Protect your Gmail account with 2-step verification. 3: Use dedicated admin accounts. The administrative accounts you use to administer your Microsoft 365 environment include elevated privileges. These are valuable targets for hackers and cybercriminals. Use admin accounts only for administration.

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1. Create a new, strong password. First things first: You need a strong, unique password for your Microsoft account. The best way to ensure that you've nailed this requirement is to use your password manager's tools to generate a brand-new password.
2. Print out a recovery code. Next step is to save a recovery code. If you're ever unable to sign in to your account because you've forgotten the password, having access to this code will save you from being permanently locked out.
3. Turn on two-step verification. Don't leave the Microsoft Account Security page just yet. Instead, scroll up to the Two-Step Verification section and make sure this option is turned on.
4. Add a secure email address as a form of verification. Microsoft recommends that you have at least two forms of verification available in addition to your password.
5. Set up the Microsoft Authenticator app. Smartphone apps that generate Time-based One-time Password Algorithm (TOTP) codes are an increasingly popular form of multi-factor authentication, and I highly recommend their use for any service that supports them.
6. Remove SMS text messages as a form of verification. By this point, you should have more than enough secure ways to authenticate yourself and verify your identity.
7. Use a hardware security key for authentication. This step is the most advanced of all. It requires an investment in extra hardware, but the requirement to insert a device into a USB port or make a connection via Bluetooth or NFC adds the highest level of security.

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9 hours ago To keep your account secure, you should use a password generator for each new account you make. To keep track of your passwords, you should use a password manager.

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5 hours ago Microsoft allows you to control your account your way with customizable privacy settings. Manage your Xbox, Windows, and other privacy settings on this page.

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8 hours ago To manage your linked accounts: If you have chosen to link your Microsoft account with some of your other online accounts, such as Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn, you may want to modify how much information Microsoft can access from those accounts.You can also choose to remove a linked account completely.. Click the profile icon, then select Account settings from the drop-down menu.

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6 hours ago Follow these steps. SEE: Secure your data with two-factor authentication (free PDF) (TechRepublic) To get started, browse to your Microsoft Account site and click the Sign In …

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2 hours ago Keep your Microsoft account secure with 2-factor authentication. Signing in to Windows 10 with a Microsoft account is convenient, unless your password is …

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3 hours ago In this SharePoint video tutorial, we will discuss how to fix error, microsoft has enabled security defaults to keep your account secure and also how to fix

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2 hours ago To do that, go to the Microsoft security basics page, and add in all the information, like your email address and phone number. Make sure you …

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7 hours ago Security. Change a password, update security information, and keep vital account details up-to-date.

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6 hours ago To keep all of your accounts more secure, we recommend using a different password for each. This means that if someone manages to guess your password for one service, the others are still secure. 3. Set up two-step verification. Outlook.com offers two-step verification, an optional extra layer of security on your account.

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7 hours ago Allowing an application to access your Microsoft account. How Microsoft protects your account. Microsoft takes two security measures to protect your account from hackers, account thieves, online scammers and people with other malicious intent. Security code. When you try to access your account from an unusual location or device, a message will

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2 hours ago To keep your account secure, we need to revalidate your account. I was trying to set up a forwarding account, but it wasn't working. Anyhow, now I get this f-ing annoying message if I click Email Setup Center:"To keep your account secure, we need to revalidate your account.

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6 hours ago This is just to make sure that your account is always protected. We’ll ask you to verify your details about every 6 months just to keep your account secure. If a pop-up window appears and asks you for this security info, please provide an email address or phone number. We’ll send you a security code, which you enter in the window, and then

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1. Close the accounts you’re not using. Here’s what happens to your old, unused accounts on the web: They get hacked. And sometimes they lead the way to the more valuable accounts that you really do care about, so it makes sense to keep the number of accounts you’re using down to a minimum.
2. Set up a password manager. Speaking of usernames and passwords, there are apps that can help out here. Not only do password managers like 1Password or LastPass manage all of your various login credentials for you, they can also generate ultra-secure passwords, saving you from having to remember lots of different ones or resorting to using the same one for everything.
3. Add two-factor verification. We’ve been banging the two-factor verification drum for a while now, and you can set it up on most online accounts, including ones for Apple, Google and Microsoft.
4. Protect your password resets. Advertisement. How easy is it for someone to reset your passwords? If one of your email addresses gets compromised, your social networks could be next, but there are ways to stop this—like checking the Require personal information to reset my password tickbox in Settings on Twitter (under the Account tab), and ensuring your “secret questions” are strong ones.
5. Check your account activity. Many of your online accounts let you check up on recent activity—you can head to this page for Facebook and this page for Google, for example—and it’s worth doing this regularly to make sure nothing seems amiss.
6. Delete third-party account connections. There’s nothing inherently wrong with letting other apps and services connect to your Facebook and Twitter, but you should keep these connections to a minimum and remove any you’re not using, to block off any potential avenues for hackers to use.
7. Keep your software updated. Advertisement. Many a vulnerability comes through outdated software, so you should always make sure your operating systems and browsers are right up to date to keep your computer secure and by extension the online accounts you access through them.
8. Trust no one. You’ll hear this mantra a lot if you watch X-Files, and it’s one you should repeat to yourself whenever you receive an email or social media message with dubious contents.
9. Get extra help. Unless you install something really sketchy and terrible, antivirus programs and other bits of security software can’t do any harm and may well do a lot of good—like guarding against the phishing attacks we’ve just mentioned.
10. Specify your trusted contacts. Advertisement. If someone should boot you out of your Facebook account, you can get your friends to let you back in, as long as you tell Facebook who you trust beforehand—go to Security in Settings to set this up.

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9 hours ago "don't lose access to your account! To make sure you can reset your password, we need to collect some info so we can verify who you are. We won't use this to spam you - just to keep your account more secure. You'll need to set up at least 2 of the options below. Authentication Phone is not configured. Set it up now Security Questions are not

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1. Keep a Strong Password for Your Account. The most important and basic thing for privacy is to maintain a strong password. This is the first step to privacy because when hackers or snoopers attempt to get access, their main focus is to bypass the user’s password.
2. Enable 2FA or Two-Step Verification. Two-factor authentication is now a common security recommendation and is offered by most of the password requiring accounts.
3. Create Alternate to Windows Login. Using your Outlook email for logging into your Windows PC is a risky move. This is because if some other person is aware of your password or anyone who successfully tracks it, then automatically he/she will get access to your email account.
4. Enable Password For PST Account. When you log in to your Outlook account via PC, it stores all your emails in a PST file. Password protection of this file will further enhance the security of your account.
5. Regularly Monitor the Account Activity and Details. For many of the accounts, you have an option to review the login details. Similarly, Outlook also gives you such an option.
6. Keep Your Account Updated. If your Outlook email is unreachable because you’ve forgotten the password, then the easiest way to access it is through recovery email ID or phone number.

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Just Now Add security info to your existing Microsoft account. Sign in to your account at: Microsoft account. Select the Advanced security options section. Note You may be asked to verify that you are the account owner by receiving a security code via text or email and then entering it online. Under Ways to prove who you are, select Add a new way to

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7 hours ago To set up or change your 2-step verification settings, go ahead and click that link on the main “Sign-in & security” page. Again, you’ll be prompted to enter your password. If you’ve never set up 2-step verification on your Google account, you can click the “Get Started” box to, um, get started.

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6 hours ago To keep class content secure, you can mute students from meeting chats. If you see inappropriate or offensive messages sent through chat in a meeting, you can delete the message. Once class is underway, you can still change attendee or presenter roles as needed in your meeting options.

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8 hours ago Security & privacy Have a Gmail or Hotmail account? Microsoft says to keep your eyes out for this scam. Keep your devices updated with the latest official software and patches.

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1. Do a Security Checkup. Go to Security Checkup to get personalized security recommendations for your Google Account, including: Add or update account recovery options.
2. Update your software. If your browser, operating system, or apps are out-of-date, the software might not be safe from hackers. Keep your software updated to help protect your account.
3. Use unique, strong passwords. It’s risky to use the same password on multiple sites. If your password for one site is hacked, it could be used to get into your accounts for multiple sites.
4. Remove apps & browser extensions you don’t need. As more apps are installed on a device, it can become more vulnerable. Install only essential apps and browser extensions on devices that have access to sensitive information.
5. Protect against suspicious messages & content. Hackers can use emails, text messages, phone calls, and web pages to pretend to be institutions, family members, or colleagues.

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1 hours ago If you have found a security vulnerability in any of our Skype apps or online services, please follow the instructions at this link: Report a Computer Security Vulnerability. The following items outline things you can do to help keep your account secure.

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5 hours ago How to change your Facebook password and keep your account secure Trusted Reviews is supported by its audience. If you purchase through links on …

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Just Now Microsoft introduced new secure default settings dubbed 'Security Defaults' to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), now available for all license levels, including trial tenants.

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5 hours ago Downloading Microsoft Office 365 Navigate to portal.office.com Click SIGN IN Enter your CSU username @ad1.columbusstate.edu reset your password, we need to collect some info so we can verify who you are. We won't use this to spam you - just to keep your account more secure. You'll need to set up at least I af the options below. O Office

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1 hours ago Step 5. You will be prompted for more information to establish your account. This is a one-time step. Click "Next' Microsoft [email protected] More information required Your organization needs more information to keep your account secure Use a different account Learn more Next Step 3. Log in with your new Microsoft

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7 hours ago A Samsung account is equipped with strong security features to keep your information safe, and benefits you by providing a range of convenient features. These include: Syncing data in the device with Samsung Cloud to back up and restore data, finding your device, access to Galaxy Apps, Samsung Pay, and much more.

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9 hours ago To further keep your Epic account secure, you should use a password unique from those of your other online accounts and make sure to keep it a secret, even from somebody or something claiming to represent Epic Games; Epic Games will never ask you for your password.

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5 hours ago A strong password helps you keep your personal information safe and prevents someone else from getting into your account. Create a strong and complex password: Use 8 characters or more.It can be any combination of letters, numbers, and symbols.

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How do you protect your Microsoft account?

How to Secure and Protect Your Microsoft Account 1. Use a strong password to secure your Microsoft account 2. Turn on 2FA for Microsoft account 3. Clear sign-in traces timely to secure Microsoft account 4. Make sure Windows Defender Antivirus is working for you

How we can recover Microsoft account?

How to recover a hacked or compromised Microsoft account

  1. Change your Microsoft account password. The first thing you'll want to do to protect your account is to change your password. ...
  2. Check sign in activity for sign ins that weren't you. After signing in, you'll want to review the recent activity on your account. ...
  3. Review your Microsoft account settings. ...
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How do I recover Microsoft account password?

Step 1. Go to live.com and visit the official forgotten password page. Click on “I Forgot My Password” and continue. Step 2. Enter your Email or phone number associated with your Microsoft account. Step 3. Receive the OTP on your recovery email or phone and finally,...

Can you keep Microsoft Outlook more secure?

The longer the password, the more secure it will be. For this reason, it is advisable to use a password manager in order to protect your Outlook (and all your other accounts) with strong unique passwords. Never pick obvious passwords such as birthdays, pet names, and other information that could potentially be guessed.

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