We all know that having a strong password is one of the best ways to keep unauthorized users out of your online accounts, but what if you’re an online user with a physical address? Maybe you’re looking to change your password on any of these accounts, and don’t know how to go about it and the hard way is still the best.
It’s the method we always recommend, but times have changed, now, instead of typing in a long password and leaving yourself susceptible to cyber-attacks, we recommend using a shorter, more secure password; the shorter and more secure the password, the less likely an attacker will be able to crack it in a matter of seconds and that’s why changing your password on the go is so important.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably one of the lucky ones who have the good fortune to live somewhere that supports both the HTTPS protocol and the HTTPS Everywhere add-on or you’re just making the effort to change your passwords and regardless, we’ve all started somewhere, and the sooner you can finish the process, the better.
What is an HWID?
It is an email address associated with a company or organization – when someone sends you an email from the head associated with your company, you’re learning the recipient’s email address where which can be a big security risk because someone could easily guess your email address and have full access to your inbox.
How to change your HWID on the go
The first step to HWID Changer on the go is to make sure you have the app and once you have it, you can navigate to Settings, and then Accounts; from there, you can look up the email associated with your account, and then click Change email address.
From there, you can choose from a variety of options, or create a new email address when you’ve created the new address, enter it into your account, and then change your email address again, you’ll need to do this for every organization that you want to use this address for.
How to change your HWID using Google Assistant
If you prefer to use the Google Assistant, go to your account’s website, and then look under Account, and then select Help, and then check if your email is correct; from there, you can ask the Assistant whether your email address is correct, and it may give you a few options on what to do next; for example, you can go look for a new job, check if there’s anything you’ve missed at work, or check if you have any missed bills, and once you’ve completed these actions, you can use the new address to begin utilizing the service.
The last thing I’d like to mention about the HWID Changer is that it’s not just for employees; you can also use it for your parents or anyone else who may be sharing an email address with you; the app was designed for families and students in mind, so you shouldn’t have to worry about anyone else using your address; and if you have any questions or concerns about the app or its security, feel free to contact Google support, where you can also check out the full review.