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Mobile Helix enters formal partnership with iManage and launches two-factor authentication for LINK

Mobile Helix is to enter into a formal partnership with iManage, as the Manhattan-headquartered company also launches two-factor authentication for its mobile app, LINK, which enables lawyers to access their documents, emails, calendar and other web apps from one place. 560 more words

Legal Technology

Australian Government Tells Citizens to Turn Off Two-Factor

The Australian government is telling its citizens to turn off two-factor for the holidays. Apparently this is because of travel, but eww. “The Australian government has repeatedly called for citizens to turn off two-factor authentication (2FA) at its main digital government portal, myGov. 35 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Does Instagram Need Two-Factor?

Does Instagram need two-factor? Probably. (I think anything offering to store private things for us needs two-factor.)

Research & Opinion

Amazon Now Offers Two-Factor Login

Our long national nightmare is over: Amazon is finally offering two-factor login. Longtime readers of ResearchBuzz know I have been complaining about this forever; offering cloud storage space and not offering two-factor is just irresponsible. 7 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Twitch Now Offers Two-Factor

The latest company to offer two-factor login? Why, it’s Twitch! Still can’t use it on Amazon, though. “Two-factor authentication (2FA) requires two different methods of verification to log in to your Twitch account: your password and your mobile phone. 40 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Turning A Teensy Into A U2F Key

Last month, GitHub users were able to buy a special edition Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) security key for just five bucks. bought two, but wondered if he could bring U2F to other microcontrolled devices. 249 more words

Microcontrollers

How to protect SSH with Two-Factor Authentication

To protect your server with an two-factor authentication, you can use the Google Authenticator PAM module.

Every time you connect you have to enter the code from your smartphone. 324 more words

Ubuntu