Apple's iCloud Passwords feature now supports generating two-factor authentication verification codes for online accounts on the Windows platform.
With iOS 15, iPhone now has a built-in authenticator that can generate and autofill two-factor authentication codes when signing in. You no longer require an additional app. In this post, we show you how to set up and use the new built-in authenticator on your iPhone or iPad.
When you upgrade to a new iPhone, it can be a big hassle to go to the security section of each service and configure two-factor authentication again. Thankfully, Google Authenticator lets you move your accounts from your old iPhone to the new one effortlessly. This ensures all or just the selected 2FA codes for the services you have added like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, and more are transferred from one device to another.
So, if you just got the new iPhone 13 or any other model, check out how to export your two-factor authentication codes inside the Google Authenticator app from your old iPhone and import them to the new one.
You can now use your iPhone as a physical two-factor authentication security key for logging into Google's first-party services in the Chrome browser on another device.
Twitter has supported two-factor authentication (2FA) for a while, but the service always required you to include a phone number as an auxiliary form of identification. Twitter has now changed its 2FA system to remove that dependency. Here's how that works.
Originally introduced in January at CES 2019, the YubiKey 5Ci security key for two-factor physical authentication on iPhone, iPad, Mac and more is now available for $70.
Apple today unexpectedly issued an apology to its customers in the 1.33 billion people market of China who became victims of the scams where nefarious users hacked into some Apple ID accounts that weren't protected with Apple's secure two-factor authentication system.
Following a Gizmodo report this week alleging Facebook is giving advertisers access to your shadow contact information, the firm's confirmed that it's been using the phone number registered with their two-factor authentication (2FA) system in order to target you with ads.
Microsoft today launched its popular Authenticator iOS app on Apple Watch. It permits owners of Apple's wearable device to approve log-in requests securely for Microsoft websites and services, no phone required.
If you haven't enabled Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) protection for your Apple account yet, you're wholeheartedly recommended to do so at your earliest convenience.
In today's day and age, there are chances that your various passwords can be compromised. This can happen even if you have taken just about every precaution possible.
One of the most prevalent and popular precautions has been the introduction of two-factor authentication (2FA). For the unaware, 2FA requires a second input from the user whenever signing into your account.
Thankfully, Apple has joined the movement in recent years in an effort to keep Apple ID's protected. However, there are sometimes where you forget your password, don't have your device handy, and are locked out.
We are going to take a look at what you can do in the event that you are locked out and can’t sign in or reset your Apple ID password.