February 10, 2019, By Alan Friedman
Two-factor authentication is a more secure method of signing into a device. Here's how it works. Let's say you want to login to a device or an app. After punching in your password, a code is sent to another "trusted device" like the phone in your hand. Tap in the code on the device or app you want to open, and viola! Well it appears that two-factor authentication (2FA) isn't for everyone. In California, an Apple customer by the name of Jay Brodsky has started a class action suit against Apple because 2FA "imposes an extraneous logging in procedure that requires a user to both remember password; and have access to a trusted device or trusted phone number."