I wanted to let you know that Google has released an update for its two-factor authentication app, Google Authenticator, which allows users to back up their accounts to the cloud. If you lose your phone, you can quickly restore all your two-factor authentication codes to a new device.

What is Two-Factor Authentication?
Two-factor authentication is a security measure that helps protect your online accounts by requiring a second step, such as a code generated by an app like Google Authenticator, in addition to your password. This makes it much harder for hackers to gain access to your accounts.
With the latest update, Google Authenticator users can now enable cloud backup, which securely stores their two-factor authentication codes in the cloud. This feature is especially useful for people who regularly switch devices or who lose their phone.

How do you enable it?
To enable cloud backup, update to the latest version of Google Authenticator and follow the on-screen instructions. Once enabled, all your two-factor authentication codes will be synced to the cloud, and you can restore them to a new device if needed.

Overall, this update is an excellent addition to Google Authenticator, and I highly recommend that you update to the latest version to take advantage of this new feature.

Let me know if you need any help with this or anything else.

All the best,

Max Roberts.
Incognito Privacy Care Team