Most Popular 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) Compared – Updated
Please look below for the added Password Managers review and also take a look at our updated comparison table.
Google Authenticator vs Authy vs Yubico vs Duo vs FreeOTP vs Authenticator Plus vs SoundLogin
Do you, by any chance, use the same password for more than one website? Do you download software straight from the Internet? Or click on sketchy links in email messages? By doing any of these typical actions, you risk having your password stolen or being hacked. 2FA will prevent this from happening by adding an extra layer of security to your account.
There are 3 well-known factors used for authentication: something you know (a password or passphrase), something you have (your mobile phone or a token), and something you are (your fingerprint). 2FA means the system is using two of these options to authenticate you.
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