Before explaining Google’s way of two-factor authentication, let’s look at how Google protect their users’ account if the 2FA solution is not enabled. Google detects unusual login attempts (by tracing the location or by incorrect password attempts). For example, if someone is login from Chicago and after half an hour a login attempt is made… Continue reading Google’s Two-Factor Authentication
The data breach occurred at Yahoo last year once again raised an important question in front of the digital world, “how secure is users data”? Well, explaining the answer is tough because no one knows a perfect solution. But that doesn’t mean IT experts are not trying anything, every day they come up with new… Continue reading Two-Factor Authentication: A New Face of Authentication!
Every time, when you try to access data and resources from the server, a web-authentication process goes behind the scene. The authentication process is to prove that you are the authenticated user who has the permission to access data. The process simply adds security to your data. Basics of Authentication: Whenever you try to exchange… Continue reading Need of Two-Factor Authentication for Your Authentication: