Hackers can pretend to be institutions, family members or co-workers by using emails, SMS, web pages, and so on.
YouTube never asks you for your password, email address or other account information. Don't be fooled if someone contacts you pretending to be from YouTube.
Avoid suspicious requests
Do not respond to suspicious emails, SMS, instant messages, web pages or phone calls asking for your personal or financial information. Do not click links in emails, messages, web pages, or pop-up windows from sites or senders you cannot trust.
YouTube emails only come from @youtube.com or @google.com addresses.
Avoid suspicious web pages
Google Chrome and Search are designed to warn you about suspicious content and unwanted software. Report spam or phishing To protect yourself from phishing, never enter your password on any page except myaccounts.google.com.
If you come across a video on YouTube that you think may be spam or phishing, please report the video for review by the YouTube team. For more information about spam and phishing, visit the National Cyber Security Alliance.
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Set and check permissions on your channel
If you're a creator, you can invite others to manage your YouTube channel without giving them access to your Google Account. Invite someone to access their channel as a Manager: Can add or remove other people and edit channel details.
Editor: Can edit all channel details.
Viewers: Can view (but not edit) all channel details.
Viewers (limited): Can view (but not edit) all channel details except revenue information
Note: If you have a Business account, you can invite someone to manage your Google Account and YouTube channel.
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