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Two-factor authentication: Understanding the options

Most of us have a good general idea of what 2FA is all about: it means you need to prove yourself in two different ways before you can log in or use a service. 1,230 more words

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MasterCard promises (slow) death to online payment passwords

Credit card giant MasterCard has shared plans to do away with passwords in online payments, with an all-new authentication standard to eventually replace 3D Secure… 526 more words

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Travel Problems: Tesco Bank are Useless.

Having the freedom to travel a lot because of your job is a great thing. It means you can disappear off to a different country for a few months to visit friends or family, or just see the world. 660 more words

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Two-factor authentication: Understanding the options

We’ve written and talked about two-factor authentication (2FA), also known as two-step verification (2SV), before.

Most of us have a good general idea of what 2FA is all about: it means you need to prove yourself in two different ways before you can log in or use a service. 1,307 more words

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Weekly output: HBO and cord cutting, wireless carriers, two-step verification

This week involved many meetings, but that was okay–I spent a couple of days in New York catching up with my Yahoo Tech colleagues, getting updates about how we’ve done and hearing about future plans. 249 more words

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Twitter invites us to say goodbye to passwords, use Digits instead

Passwords, says Twitter senior product manager Michael Ducker, “just suck”.

The Verge quotes him:

I go to dinner parties and people say, 'Oh, you work in tech?

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Google goes beyond two-step verification with new USB Security Key

Sure, you can get a one-time code sent to your mobile phone and use that code, with your password, to try to fend off takeovers of… 629 more words

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