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Google Gets Serious About Two-Factor Authentication. Good! – WIRED

The tech giant wants to push its billions of users—and the rest of the industry—to enable multifactor authentication by default.



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Turn on two-factor authentication is solid advice, and WIRED has repeated itfor years. Doing so ensures that your password isn’t the only line of defense against unauthorized access to your accounts. The only problem? The onus was always on you to figure out how to make it happen. Now, Google is taking its first steps toward enabling two-factor by default for all its usersand where Google goes in web security, the rest of the industry often follows.
The company said in a blog post this week that…

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