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Don't Get Locked Out by 2FA
Two Factor Authentication (2FA) or Multi-Factor Authentication is critical to keep you safe. So, I'm writing again on this topic. You are smart to use two-factor identification (2FA) to protect your accounts. Without it, you face serious hassles and financial risks from data breaches. Setting up multiple ways to recover from problems with 2FA will ensure you won't get locked out of your accounts. Get a code from your phone. Unlock a website. Authenticators Authenticators cleverly lock out thieves and let you in. You put an authenticator app on your mobile phone. When you log in to a website that...
Nervous about 2FA or MFA? Here's the Answer
Have you avoided protecting your online accounts with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), also known as Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)? Maybe you are concerned that you will be locked out if you lose your phone that creates the 2FA codes you need. Don't worry!
Send Passwords Safely
Back Up Your Password Manager
Although the leading password managers are highly trustworthy, you still need to create occasional backups. A password manager is essential to protecting your online accounts and services. It simply is not practical or efficient to create strong passwords and try to remember them, store store and access them safely without a password manager. If you are using short passwords like the one appearing in this screenshot, you face serious risks. here are two good reasons for backing up your password manager. First, though unlikely, it is possible that your password manager vendor could experience an outage. If you are like...