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After @N hijack, software engineer starts two-factor authentication directory

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After @N hijack, software engineer starts two-factor authentication directory

A quick and easy way to see which companies support it and which don't.

 

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Software engineer and Iowa State computer science student Josh Davis has created a website dedicated to comparing how online services employ (or don't employ) two-factor authentication.

Every day we entrust our private information—whether it be credit card numbers, e-mails, or other data stored on personal accounts—to any number of Web-based services. And comparing security across a swath of websites can be a time-munching chore for even the most experienced consumer. Davis' new site, twofactorauth.org, hopes to make those decisions easier.

 

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Re: After @N hijack, software engineer starts two-factor authentication directory

That is pretty cool, thanks for sharing it!