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Google will soon switch on two-factor authentication by default – The Verge

Google says it will enable two-step verification for user accounts by default “soon.” Users will receive a prompt on their smartphone to verify that an attempted…

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Your account will need to be properly configured for it, though
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Google is about to take a pretty significant step that will help keep user accounts more secure: its going to enroll people in two-factor authentication by default. Today the company wrote in a blog post that it will soon start enrolling customers in two-factor authentication (or two-step verification, as Google calls it) if their accounts are appropriately configured.
Once enabled, theyll receive a prompt on their smartphone…

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