Posts Tagged ‘Two Step Verification’

You can now enable two-step verification in WhatsApp for Android beta 2.16.346 APK for the first time, with the latest beta version of the Android app playing host to the new feature, among some other features.

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Here we explain how to enable Two-Factor Authentication on Apple ID / iCloud account as well as the difference between Two-Step Verification and Two-Factor Authentication, and how to opt-out of Two-Step Verification if it’s already enabled on an Apple ID.

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While Google already offers two-step verification, it has today announced what it calls Google prompt, and it’s an attempt at making it easier than ever to enable two-step verification with the absolute minimum amount of work needed by users. Here are the details.

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Step by step guide on how to setup two-step login verification for your Twitter account. Having such an extra layer of security is always a good thing, more and more online presences, not just social networks, are taking two-step verification very seriously, and Twitter has finally joined the crowd.

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Two-step verification procedure for owners of Microsoft Accounts has been officially announced by the Redmond-based software company. The new system, which is entirely optional, will help bolster the security of users’ accounts by including an additional verification process featuring codes. And we have a complete guide on how to enable two-step verification on your Microsoft Account right after the jump!

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Users’ data and how it’s compromised to malicious sources is improving at a very fast pace today, but the way we set our passwords and log in to services is still very much stuck in the past. The general assumption is still the same: that the complexity of a password (multiple unique symbols, numbers, upper and lower case letters) is proportional to its security. Password guessing algorithms now take these patterns (using ‘@’ instead of ‘a’, randomly capitalizing letters etc.) into consideration and this means we need to change the way we set our passwords, perhaps even add an extra layer of authentication when signing into online services.

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