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In an effort to deter hackers, the blogging platform introduces added security that requires users to log-in with both a password and cell phone code.
Twitter just got it. Apple recently got it, too. Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon have had it for a while. But why's two-factor authentication important, and will it keep you safe?
Twitter finally launched two-factor authentication to help you keep your account secure. Here's what you need to know to set it up.
Enough is enough for the global network of fast-moving 140-character missives. Twitter now hopes to protect member accounts with a more sophisticated log-in system.
Microsoft is joining the two-factor authentication ranks, adding support for this security mechanism across products and services accessible via a Microsoft Account.
Microsoft is joining the two-factor authentication ranks, adding support for this security mechanism across its products and services accessible via a Microsoft Account.
Microblogging site posts job opening for a software engineer to develop security features, including multifactor authentication.
It may not be the perfect security solution, but two-factor authentication reduces the risks associated with common Web activities -- from searching to social networking to online banking.
The popular cloud storage service promised two-factor authentication when its security was compromised last month. Now, users can download an experimental build with the new tech enabled.
Passwords are fine, but when you really want to keep things safe, you should go for two-factor authentication.