This might be the best form of two-factor authentication.
It’s possible that last year’s presidential election in the U.S. would have been different if John Podesta used better email security. I don’t know for sure, but it should serve as a wake-up call to people that security matters.
If that’s not enough to make me serious, there was this warning in my Gmail account late last year:
The primary precaution I take to protect my accounts (including domain registrar) is to enable two-factor authentication.
Depending on the registrar, I am either sent a one-time password via text message after entering my login credentials or I get a secondary code from the Google Authenticator app. Click to continue reading…