Do you use Gmail? If the answer is yes, then it is highly recommended to establish two-factor authentication. This additional layer of security ensures that a purloined password alone will not grant an intruder access to your account. You have the option to confirm every new login attempt via an SMS or, for a more […]
Two-factor authentication adds a big layer of added security to your online accounts. This type of identity verification involves entering your password, then completing an extra step with another device such as a smartphone or through your email address. Usually, this means entering a code that’s provided in one of those places. Some two-factor authentication […]
They’re often spoken about in the same breath, but they’re not necessarily the same thing. Multi-factor authentication relies on at least two ways to confirm who you are e.g. a QR code sent by SMS after you’ve entered your username and password. Multi-factor can be more complex and includes anything from SMS, and security questions […]
You probably have at least one device that runs either iOS or Android. In order to protect your data and identity, set up two-factor authentication so that every login attempt requires an additional credential on top of your username and password. This might be a text message code or an approval from another trusted device.
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