How To Recover Hacked Gmail Account
Remembering your Google password is one of the biggest problems you can encounter with your Google account. Other than that, your account was probably hijacked by someone who was just trying to cause a problem. Let me help you recover a hacked Gmail account.
Google is a world-renowned Internet company. They have full control over the internet search engine market as well as over streaming services such as videos and games. Today's technologies require a Google account to be truly used. The security of your Google account does not mean that your other accounts are completely secure.
How do I know that my Gmail account has been compromised?
Just log in with your Gmail username
When you get to the bottom of the page, find the button labeled "Information" and click on it.
See and recognize each of them. If you are concerned about hacking, consider logging out of all Gmail sessions and changing your password.
After completing all of these steps, review your security settings:
The Google account icon is in the upper right corner of your profile page, so click on it and follow the instructions.
Take security. To view recent security incidents, scroll down to the Recent Security Incidents section.
Then scroll down to the area marked with your devices and click the Manage devices link. You should check all the different devices used to log into your account to see if you recognize any of them.
If you find an unrecognized device, go to the Protect account option
You need to go back and manually toggle the option to allow third-party apps that have access to your account to third-party apps that have access to your account.
When you come back and click on "Linked Accounts", scroll down to see if anything new has been added. Try to memorize all of these characters and see if you can spot the ones you don't recognize.
This information is necessary to recover a hacked Gmail account
Last password used.
Your email Email address when retrieved.
Your phone number is for recovery.
Security questions and answers.
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