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It's the holiday season, which means online shopping, sending gifts, etc. It also means the hackers and scammers get more aggressive. Phishing emails increase, account hacks increase, there is danger everywhere. You need to keep your accounts safe.
Keep your accounts safe. Use 2FA (2 Factor Authentication).
When you log into your bank account, you may get a text message on your phone with a code you need to enter. That is and example 2FA.
Two-factor authentication adds an additional layer of security to your account.
If your password is hacked, a password alone is not enough to pass the authentication check.
When you log into your bank account, you may get a text message on your phone with a code you need to enter. That is 2FA.
There are a few different ways to use 2FA.
To use 2FA on your Gmail account, you have a few choices:
* Use an Authenticator app: You install an app on your phone, and then when you sign into your account you are prompted for a code that is generated in the app on your phone.
* Verification code: This option sends you a one-time numeric code, either by SMS or voice call, that you enter to verify your identity.
* Physical Key: This is a small device you purchase that you connect to your device to log in. Protect your accounts today. Turn on 2FA on any accounts that offer it.