Google begins rolling out 2-step account verification

By Jos
Feb 10, 2011
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  1. Google has introduced a new Google Account sign-in process intended to provide an extra, optional layer of security to its users. Starting today, those who choose to turn on the so-called two-step authentication feature, will be required to type in a special, short-lived second password in addition to their normal password to get into their account.

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  2. So, you can use your phone as a key fob.
    Cool feature if you want to lock down your account more.
  3. emzdhr

    emzdhr TS Rookie

    now that is security..
    I really don't need such thing.. but I would be really upset if someone stole my gmail account..

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