Tag Archive: TwoFactor

Logging In to Apple ID Two-Factor Authentication on Old iPhone & iOS Versions

As many users know, using Two-Factor authentication for an Apple ID provides an additional layer of security for your Apple and iCloud login by requiring a pin code to be entered from an approved device before the Apple ID can be accessed. But the two factor auth feature is really built for modern iOS versions, … Read More

How to Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication for Apple ID

Some users may benefit from enabling Two-Factor Authentication with Apple ID to further protect and secure their devices and data, but sometimes people decide two-factor auth is too much of a hassle and want to disable the feature. If you turn off two-factor authentication with an Apple ID, you’ll go back to relying exclusively on … Read More

LastPass aims to make two-factor authentication less annoying

Two-factor authentication is super secure, but incredibly annoying when you’re in a hurry. LastPass, one of the front-runners in password managers on desktop and mobile, might have the solution with a new mobile app that will simplify the login process to LastPass, which can then manage your many web accounts with ease. Instead of entering […]

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Apple strengthens iCloud.com security with two-factor authentication

Today Apple quietly expanded its use of two-factor authentication to protect iCloud users. Now those who have enabled the added security measure will be asked to verify their identity with a secondary device when logging into iCloud.com. For the first…Read more ›

Apple brings two-factor authentication to iCloud.com

Apple has rolled out two-factor authentication support for logging into iCloud.com, its web portal for apps like Mail, Calendar, and Pages. If a user has two-factor authentication enabled on their Apple ID, attempting to access a web app through iCloud.com will now…Read more ›

Twitter Finally Gets Two-Factor Authentication


Along with an update for its Mac app, Twitter announced today that it is introducing a new security feature to protect accounts against hackings. Twitter’s new two-factor authentification feature should help reduce the number of hacked accounts that have plagued the service recently.

To set up the new two-factor authentification feature on your account, log in and go to your Account Settings page. From there you can choose to require a  [Read More…]