Two-Factor Authentication

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#1

That’s right motherfucker, I think DiS just got an upgrade so once I’ve got this badboy setup none of you fuckers can get into my (main) account.

Love two-factor auth, get it set up everywhere I can. Some places just seem ridiculous to have it, but you know what? I set it up anyway.

You more of an SMS or Authenticator kinda person? #bants

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#2

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Peace


#3

I’m the operator with my dual authenticator


#4

Just a way for Sean to get your mobly numbers and work addy, isn’t it?


#5

Turns out the DiS version only supports the app, no SMS, probably the cheapest way to do it.


#6

Jeez.

Nothing makes me crave a return to the slate, abacus and quill more than Two-Factor Authentication.

Our main database hosting site had this brought in over Christmas - it’s still not working properly now.


#7

Is this why I was logged out this morning, worried I’d been hacked


#8

GDPR shit?


#9

George, Don Lennon, Paul and Ringo.


#10

Better to use 2FA than not, but…

  1. It’s possible to use then text number you provide to bombard you with spam. Facebook’s started doing this:
  1. If someone’s really determined, it’s not too difficult to call up a phone network pretending to be you and get access to your phone number

If in doubt, just set your password to ‘trustno1’. Guaranteed security.


#11

fire up the recent example of an outdated meme thread:


#12