As we all know that YouTube is one of the most popular social media, we use in our daily life. Lots of the people get money from the YouTube and work twenty for seven on YouTube to get money. When YouTube is this much important, why should we not secure it from hackers. YouTube is supported by google, so google is very careful about the security of web. Let’s start about how to protect YouTube account from hackers.
When downloading, the program does try to hide some things. Paste in the URL for a YouTube video and the analysis engine runs and shows only a few download options. Click the Gear icon, then the Show All button and you'll see more—including ability to get a 4K 3,840-by-2,160 file in WebM format. The 577MB WebM test download took about 6.75 minutes. Grabbing playlists was possible, but you must adjust download settings one video at a time. The confusing interface makes it hard to go back to the other videos in the playlist.
Using a strong password is a good way to protect your YouTube channel and Google account, but it's often not enough. The best way to secure your YouTube and Google account from hackers is to use Google's 2-Step Verification, which utilizes something you know (your password) and something you have (your phone). To login to your account, you'll need to enter both your password and a temporary code that Google sends you via text message or voice call on the phone. I highly recommend you enable 2-Step Verification for your Google account. Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to enable and setup 2-Step Verification on your Google account and YouTube channel.
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