By Cesar Ortiz
Google account users will get an invitation to opt-in to a 2-step verification sign-on feature, an online deadbolt that makes hacks harder by preventing someone to log in using your account name and password. You need a cellular phone in order for Google to verify. A second step is entering a code that is sent to the user’s mobile phone - either by phone call, SMS text or a smart phone app. By doing so, Google is increasing the likelihood that the account holder is the person who is trying to sign-in to the account. Those accounts include Google Docs, Calendar, Picasa, Blogger and a number of others. The feature will be unlocked in the account settings. Coming Soon!