What is Multi-Factor Authentication?

Some websites only require one piece of identifying information, or a single password. However, most use multi-factor, or two-step authentication. An example of multi-factor authentication is: something you know (a username (often your email address) and a password); something you have (a smartphone or a usb key); or, something you are (your fingerprint and voice […]

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