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Posted on Feb 22, 2021

How Two-Factor Authentication Keeps Your Accounts Safe
Here are some of the best authenticator apps and options. It may take a moment to set up, but once you have 2FA enabled where it counts, you can rest easier. DAVID NIELD© SECURITY 07.12.2020
IF YOU WANT to keep your online accounts safe, adding two-factor authentication (2FA) is the single most important step you can take. While no security measure is 100 percent hackproof, 2FA is going to go a long way to locking down access to your important accounts.

As the name suggests, 2FA adds another level of authentication to the login process. It means you need something besides your username and password to get into your account—and with swaths of login credentials regularly published online, it's in your best interests to put that additional step in place.

We've discussed 2FA before, but there have been some useful updates since then. Here we'll outline exactly what two-factor authentication is, how it works, and how you can set it up. It doesn't take long to put 2FA in place, and the next time someone else tries to access your account with a stolen set of login details, you'll be glad you did.

How Two-Factor Authentication Works
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