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DirectAccess with PointSharp ID

Just a quick post to let you know there’s a new article on the Route443 blog, on the subject of using strong authentication with DirectAccess.  27 more words

Multi-Factor Authentication

2FA - don't use it wrong

Two factor authentication or 2FA for short provides just that little bit more protection for your accounts, In a nut shell if you turn this on you will be required to know something (Your Password) and have something (Your code – usually from your phone) to login to an account. 534 more words

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DirectAccess with PointSharp ID

Microsoft DirectAccess continues to be a strong remote access solution in the on-premise space. On 27th July 2016, Richard Hicks, MVP in Cloud and Data Center Management and well-known DirectAccess expert, will be hosting a webinar with PointSharp to describe the combination of strong authentication using DirectAccess with PointSharp ID. 1,729 more words

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Researcher dials for dollars using two-factor authentication phone calls

I would hope that, by now, most readers of these pages are familiar with two-factor authentication, or  2FA. For those who are not, 2FA is a method of authentication that asks users to provide two pieces of information (typically a password and an authentication code) when they log in to a website or service. 346 more words

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Setting up two-factor authentication on eBay: harder than it should be

We’ve been doing a series of posts about setting up two-factor authentication (2FA) on a variety of sites that you may use every day. 

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How to set up two-step authentication for Wordpress.com

Continuing our series on setting up two-factor authentication (2FA), today let’s check out how to get 2FA enabled on your WordPress.com account.

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Privacy

Two-factor authentication

Many online services offer two-factor authentication (2fa) to protect users’ accounts. When you enable 2fa on an account, it means that you still log in with a username and password, but then you have to enter a one-time code before you can access your account. 492 more words

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