Here’s Everywhere You Should Enable Two-Factor Authentication Right Now

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Two-factor authentication is one of the best things you can do to make sure your accounts don’t get hacked.

Jeffrey Lapin‘s insight:

You should enable two-factor authentication on all accounts that accept it as passwords can be stolen or hacked. Two-factor authentication requires two things: a password and a code that gets sent to something you have, such as your phone.


The following sites all offer two-factor authentication: Google/Gmail; LastPass; Apple; Facebook; Twitter; Dropbox; Evernote; PayPal; Steam; Microsoft accounts’ Yahoo! Mail; Amazon web services; LinkedIn; and WordPress.

By: Whitson Gordon via LifeHacker

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About Jeffrey Lapin
Caring. Passionate. Dedicated. I represent injured, abused and disabled clients in Lincoln and throughout Nebraska.

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