Your YouTube account is closely related to your Google account.
Here are ways to secure a Google Account
Review your account activity. Go to your Google Account. In the left navigation pane, click Security. On the Recent security events panel, select Review security events.
Check for suspicious activity: If you find an activity you didn't do, select No, not me. Then, follow the onscreen steps to help secure your account.
If you did the activity, select Yes. If you still believe that someone else is using your account, find out if your account has been hacked.
Review which devices are using your account Go to your Google Account.
*In the left navigation pane, click Security.
*On your Devices panel, select Manage devices.
*Check if there is a device that you don't recognize.
*If you find a device that you don't recognize, select Don't recognize the device?
*Then follow the steps on the screen to help secure your account. If you recognize all of your devices, but still believe someone else is using your account, find out if your account has been hacked.
Also Read: BSSN Holds Talks Regarding Cybersecurity and Identifying Critical Assets During the 2022 G20 in Bali
Take other safety measures
Help secure your apps and devices. If access to less secure apps is enabled, we recommend disabling that setting as it may make your account less secure. Use the device screen lock option if available.
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