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Apple expands two-factor authentication to include FaceTime and iMessage

By Shawn Knight
Feb 13, 2015
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  1. Apple is expanding the reach of its two-factor authentication beyond iTunes and iCloud to include its iMessage and FaceTime communications platforms. Here's what it means and how it can protect users.

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  2. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,348   +622

    A certain BnB site uses Facebook as a validation of the user identity. As the Terms and Conditions insist that all FB content is accessible and shared with the BnB, I declined to allow that level of access.

    Consequently, a friend LOST a 4day rental.

    Facebook is a validation of only Facebook - - nothing else.
     
  3. tonylukac

    tonylukac TS Evangelist Posts: 1,310   +56

    Two factor authentication? My mother can't even cope with one factor authentication of gmail. I set up outlook with imap for her. They are always telling me I'm in my own little world, but these companies are in their own littlw world. I had one of my apps on android using microsoft email servers, and all of a sudden microsoft wrongly determined that someone was sending spam thru my account, and caused me to manditorily change the password. All the existing apps downloaded were thus invalid because they `couldn't send the email message because the password had been changed. By the time I located the source code and restored the eclipse compiler which crashed every time my mother makes noise and sometimes requires reloading it and ALL apps from scratch, two months had gone by. Mother had to be out of the apartment for it to work.
     

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