Tips to secure your YouTube Channel from being hacked

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Richard Wanglue Vang's tip to prevent hackers to hack into YouTube Channel.

SUAB HMONG NEWS (03/12/2018) – Beginning January 2018, Suab Hmong News YouTube Channel has been hacked by three hackers.  After they hacked into Suab Hmong News YouTube account, they changed themselves to the owner of Suab Hmong News YouTube account and they changed the original owner of the Suab Hmong News account to a manager level.   The hackers then switched the payment account (any earning from Suab Hmong News video) to Freedom (a YouTube Partnership Network) so Freedom could make payment to the hackers.

CLICK HERE to watch Richard Wanglue Vang’s tips to make it harder for hackers to hack into your YouTube Channel.

Richard Wanglue Vang worked with YouTube Support for two months to try to solve the issue and there was no result due to that the hackers are now the owners of Suab Hmong News YouTube Channel and YouTube Support do not want to have anything to do with it.

“I worked with YouTube Support for two months to try to resolve the issues.  YouTube Support only referred me to their online documentations and ignore totally what the issue is.  They said they cannot do anything about it because the hackers are now the owners of my YouTube Channel and they do not have any authority to change or override the hackers.  After two months deal with YouTube Support, I came up my own conclusion and that is to try to prevent hackers to hack into your YouTube account.  After the hackers hacked into your YouTube Account, the YouTube account is a done deal.  YouTube Support will not do anything about it” said Richard Wanglue Vang.

YouTube Support replied on the issue.

Richard Wanglue Vang created an online tips video:

  1. Never use Gmail (xxxx@gmail.com) to create a YouTube Channel. Gmail email is the easiest email system for hacker to hack into.
  2. Whatever email system (Hotmail, yahoo, etc…) you used to create your YouTube Channel, keep the email to yourself.  Never tell anyone or make it public.  When the hacker know the email, he/she will have easy time to hack into it.
  3. Change your password once in every 2 month or once a month. This will make harder for the hackers to hack to your YouTube account.
  4. Check your YouTube account daily for any changes that you did not make.

Richard Wanglue Vang hopes the four step tips he provided will help to make harder for hackers to hack into anyone YouTube Channel account.