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All need to use stronger passwords which should not include our names, sequential number and birthdates even if these are easy to remember. But strong passwords are hard to remember so, the solution is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). Two-factor authentication, also called multiple-factor or multiple-step verification, is an authentication mechanism to double check that your identity is legitimate, and this does not require transferring data over the internet. The two-factor authentication security feature has the following advantages: Enhanced security, helps in fraud prevention, Easy for users to understand and enable, Easier and quick account recovery.
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