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“The technology, also known as two-factor authentication, provides users with an algorithmically generated number that is only briefly valid.”
“Using adverts in newspapers, on public transport and online, the two organisations will encourage users to adopt secure passwords, log out of web browsers and computers when they've finished using them and even to adopt more complex ways of signing into their email accounts, known as 'two-factor authentication'.”
“A secure ID would have to build into its system some sort of two-factor authentication ...”
“A secure ID would have to build into its system some sort of two-factor authentication.”
“The latest criminal activity linked to the ZeuS botnet is a software package tailored to BlackBerry and Symbian mobile phones and that picks off SMS messages, apparently to break the two-factor authentication that mobile bank customers use to access their accounts, researchers says.”
“When the bank sends the unique, temporary two-factor access code to the victim's cell phone, the malware intercepts it and forwards it to the attacker.”
“The fact is that if you think about content I need everyday from the bank, stuff like my account balance, my transaction history, upcoming payments, etc -- this probably doesn't need to be subject to a full-blown, two-factor authentication model.”
“Google calls this option "2-step verification," although it's often referred to as "two-factor authentication.”
“Do those things, and then we can think about two-factor authentication.”
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